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Low source current TL5001 error amplifier

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I have a question about the Error amplifier of the TL5001. In the detailed description of the error amplifier the datasheet say's:

The error-amplifier output is brought out as COMP for use in compensating the dc-to-dc converter control loop for
stability. Because the amplifier can only source 45 μA, the total dc load resistance should be 100 kΩ or more.

When i look at the application schematic i see much lower dc load resistance (5.1kΩ + 7.5kΩ || 3.24kΩ ). This confuses me. How should i interpret the minimum 100kΩ dc load resistance?

Best regards,