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    1. Foetisch, K; Son, DY; Altmann, F; Aulepp, H; Conti, A; Haustein, D; Vieths, S
      Tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum) allergens in pollen-allergic patients

      EUROPEAN FOOD RESEARCH AND TECHNOLOGY
    2. Steinhart, H; Paschke, A; Bredehorst, R; Vieths, S
      Elucidation of allergens in food - Preface

      JOURNAL OF CHROMATOGRAPHY B
    3. Hansen, KS; Vieths, S; Vestergaard, N; Skov, PS; Bindslev-Jensen, C; Poulsen, LK
      Seasonal variation in food allergy to apple

      JOURNAL OF CHROMATOGRAPHY B
    4. Lorenz, AR; Scheurer, S; Haustein, D; Vieths, S
      Recombinant food allergens

      JOURNAL OF CHROMATOGRAPHY B
    5. Karamloo, F; Scheurer, S; Wangorsch, A; May, S; Haustein, D; Vieths, S
      Pyr c 1, the major allergen from pear (Pyrus communis), is a new member ofthe Bet v 1 allergen family

      JOURNAL OF CHROMATOGRAPHY B
    6. Kleber-Janke, T; Crameri, R; Scheurer, S; Vieths, S; Becker, WM
      Patient-tailored cloning of allergens by phage display: Peanut (Arachis hypogaea) profilin, a food allergen derived from a rare mRNA

      JOURNAL OF CHROMATOGRAPHY B
    7. Scheurer, S; Wangorsch, A; Nerkamp, J; Skov, PS; Ballmer-Weber, B; Wuthrich, B; Haustein, D; Vieths, S
      Cross-reactivity within the profilin panallergen family investigated by comparison of recombinant profilins from pear (Pyr c 4), cherry (Pru av 4) and celery (Api g 4) with birch pollen profilin Bet v 2

      JOURNAL OF CHROMATOGRAPHY B
    8. Son, DY; Fahlbusch, B; Muller, WD; Petersen, A; Lee, SI; Vieths, S
      Monoclonal antibodies raised against the major apple allergen, Mal d 1, are useful tools for epitope studies

      FOOD AND AGRICULTURAL IMMUNOLOGY
    9. Vieths, S; Meyer, AH; Ehlers, I; Fuchs, T; Kleine-Tebbe, J; Lepp, U; Niggemann, B; Saloga, J; Sennekamp, J; Vieluf, I; Werfel, T; Zuberbier, T; Jager, L
      Declaration of "hidden allergens" in foodstuffs

      ALLERGOLOGIE
    10. Hansen, KS; Vestergaard, H; Skov, PS; Khinchi, MS; Vieths, S; Poulsen, LK; Bindslev-Jensen, C
      Double-blind, placebo-controlled food challenge with apple

      ALLERGY
    11. Vieths, S; Scheurer, S; Reindl, J; Luttkopf, D; Wangorsch, A; Kastner, M; Haase, T; Haustein, D
      Optimized allergen extracts and recombinant allergens in diagnostic applications

      ALLERGY
    12. Ballmer-Weber, BK; Wuthrich, B; Wangorsch, A; Fotisch, K; Altmann, F; Vieths, S
      Carrot allergy: Double-blinded, placebo-controlled food challenge and identification of allergens

      JOURNAL OF ALLERGY AND CLINICAL IMMUNOLOGY
    13. Anliker, MD; Reindl, J; Vieths, S; Wuthrich, B
      Allergy caused by ingestion of persimmon (Diospyros kaki): Detection of specific IgE and cross-reactivity to profilin and carbohydrate determinants

      JOURNAL OF ALLERGY AND CLINICAL IMMUNOLOGY
    14. Scheurer, S; Pastorello, EA; Wangorsch, A; Kastner, M; Haustein, D; Vieths, S
      Recombinant allergens Pro av 1 and Pru av 4 and a newly identified lipid transfer protein in the in vitro diagnosis of cherry allergy

      JOURNAL OF ALLERGY AND CLINICAL IMMUNOLOGY
    15. Neudecker, P; Schweimer, K; Nerkamp, J; Scheurer, S; Vieths, S; Sticht, H; Rosch, P
      Allergic cross-reactivity made visible - Solution structure of the major cherry allergen Pru av 1

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    16. Karamloo, F; Wangorsch, A; Kasahara, H; Davin, LB; Haustein, D; Lewis, NG; Vieths, S
      Phenylcoumaran benzylic ether and isoflavonoid reductases are a new class of cross-reactive allergens in birch pollen, fruits and vegetables

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF BIOCHEMISTRY
    17. Muller, U; Luttkopf, D; Hoffmann, A; Petersen, A; Becker, WM; Schocker, F; Niggemann, B; Altmann, F; Kolarich, D; Haustein, D; Vieths, S
      Allergens in raw and roasted hazelnuts (Corylus avellana) and their cross-reactivity to pollen

      EUROPEAN FOOD RESEARCH AND TECHNOLOGY
    18. Holzhauser, T; Wangorsch, A; Vieths, S
      Polymerase chain reaction (PCR) for detection of potentially allergenic hazelnut residues in complex food matrixes

      EUROPEAN FOOD RESEARCH AND TECHNOLOGY
    19. Schocker, F; Luttkopf, D; Muller, U; Thomas, P; Vieths, S; Becker, WM
      IgE binding to unique hazelnut allergens: Identification of non pollen-related and heat-stable hazelnut allergens eliciting severe allergic reactions

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NUTRITION
    20. Scheurer, S; Wangorsch, A; Haustein, D; Vieths, S
      Cloning of the minor allergen Api g 4 profilin from celery (Apium graveolens) and its cross-reactivity with birch pollen profilin Bet v 2

      CLINICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL ALLERGY
    21. Neudecker, P; Schweimer, K; Nerkamp, J; Boehm, M; Scheurer, S; Vieths, S; Sticht, H; Rosch, P
      Sequence-specific H-1, C-13 and N-15 resonance assignments of the major cherry allergen Pru a 1

      JOURNAL OF BIOMOLECULAR NMR
    22. Ballmer-Weber, BK; Vieths, S; Bucher, C; Luttkopf, D; Wuthrich, B
      Hazelnut allergy. Validation of diagnostic procedures on the basis of double-blind placebo-controlled food challenges

      ALLERGOLOGIE
    23. Niggemann, B; Kleine-Tebbe, J; Saloga, J; Sennekamp, J; Vieluf, I; Vieths, S; Werfel, T; Jager, L
      Standardization of oral provocation tests in IgE-mediated food allergies

      ALLERGOLOGIE
    24. Werfel, T; Wedi, B; Kleine-Tebbe, J; Niggemann, B; Saloga, J; Sennekamp, J; Vieluf, I; Vieths, S; Zuberbier, T; Jager, L
      How to manage a suspected pseudoallergic reaction to foods

      ALLERGOLOGIE
    25. Ballmer-Weber, BK; Vieths, S; Luttkopf, D; Heuschmann, P; Wuthrich, B
      Celery allergy confirmed by double-blind, placebo-controlled food challenge: A clinical study in 32 subjects with a history of adverse reactions to celery root

      JOURNAL OF ALLERGY AND CLINICAL IMMUNOLOGY
    26. Reindl, J; Anliker, MD; Karamloo, F; Vieths, S; Wuthrich, B
      Allergy caused by ingestion of zucchini (Cucurbita pepo): Characterizationof allergens and cross-reactivity to pollen and other foods

      JOURNAL OF ALLERGY AND CLINICAL IMMUNOLOGY
    27. Luttkopf, D; Ballmer-Weber, BK; Wuthrich, B; Vieths, S
      Celery allergens in patients with positive double-blind placebo-controlledfood challenge

      JOURNAL OF ALLERGY AND CLINICAL IMMUNOLOGY
    28. Vieths, S; Reindl, J; Muller, U; Hoffmann, A; Haustein, D
      Digestibility of peanut and hazelnut allergens investigated by a simple invitro procedure

      EUROPEAN FOOD RESEARCH AND TECHNOLOGY
    29. Son, DY; Scheurer, S; Hoffmann, A; Haustein, D; Vieths, S
      Pollen-related food allergy: cloning and immunological analysis of isoforms and mutants of Mal d 1, the major apple allergen, and Bet v 1, the major birch pollen allergen

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NUTRITION
    30. Fotisch, K; Altmann, F; Haustein, D; Vieths, S
      Involvement of carbohydrate epitopes in the IgE response of celery-allergic patients

      INTERNATIONAL ARCHIVES OF ALLERGY AND IMMUNOLOGY
    31. Petersen, A; Grobe, K; Schramm, G; Vieths, S; Altmann, F; Schlaak, M; Becker, WM
      Implications of the grass group I allergens on the sensitization and provocation process

      INTERNATIONAL ARCHIVES OF ALLERGY AND IMMUNOLOGY
    32. Schweimer, K; Sticht, H; Nerkamp, J; Boehm, M; Breitenbach, M; Vieths, S; Rosch, P
      NMR spectroscopy reveals common structural features of the birch pollen allergen Bet v 1 and the cherry allergen Pru a 1

      APPLIED MAGNETIC RESONANCE
    33. Scheurer, S; Son, DY; Boehm, M; Karamloo, F; Franke, S; Hoffmann, A; Haustein, D; Vieths, S
      Cross-reactivity and epitope analysis of Pru a 1, the major cherry allergen

      MOLECULAR IMMUNOLOGY
    34. Hoffmann, A; Jamin, A; Foetisch, K; May, S; Aulepp, H; Haustein, D; Vieths, S
      Determination of the allergenic activity of birch pollen and apple prick test solutions by measurement of beta-hexosaminidase release from RBL-2H(3) cells. Comparison with classical methods in allergen standardization

      ALLERGY
    35. Karamloo, F; Schmitz, N; Scheurer, S; Foetisch, K; Hoffmann, A; Haustein, D; Vieths, S
      Molecular cloning and characterization of a birch pollen minor allergen, Bet v 5, belonging to a family of isoflavone reductase-related proteins

      JOURNAL OF ALLERGY AND CLINICAL IMMUNOLOGY
    36. Holzhauser, T; Vieths, S
      Indirect competitive ELISA for determination of traces of peanut (Arachis hypogaea L.) protein in complex food matrices

      JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL AND FOOD CHEMISTRY
    37. Holzhauser, T; Vieths, S
      Quantitative sandwich ELISA for determination of traces of hazelnut (Corylus avellana) protein in complex food matrixes

      JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL AND FOOD CHEMISTRY
    38. MULLER U; WEBER W; HOFFMANN A; FRANKE S; LANGE R; VIETHS S
      COMMERCIAL SOYBEAN LECITHINS - A SOURCE OF HIDDEN ALLERGENS

      ZEITSCHRIFT FUR LEBENSMITTEL-UNTERSUCHUNG UND-FORSCHUNG A-FOOD RESEARCH AND TECHNOLOGY
    39. HOLZHAUSER T; DEHNE LI; HOFFMANN A; HAUSTEIN D; VIETHS S
      ROCKET IMMUNOELECTROPHORESIS (RIE) FOR DETERMINATION OF POTENTIALLY ALLERGENIC PEANUT PROTEINS IN PROCESSED FOODS AS A SIMPLE MEANS FOR QUALITY ASSURANCE AND FOOD SAFETY

      ZEITSCHRIFT FUR LEBENSMITTEL-UNTERSUCHUNG UND-FORSCHUNG A-FOOD RESEARCH AND TECHNOLOGY
    40. VIETHS S; FRANK E; SCHEURER S; MEYER HE; HRAZDINA G; HAUSTEIN D
      CHARACTERIZATION OF A NEW IGE-BINDING 35-KDA PROTEIN FROM BIRCH POLLEN WITH CROSS-REACTING HOMOLOGS IN VARIOUS PLANT FOODS

      Scandinavian journal of immunology
    41. JAGER L; VIETHS S
      AN INTERVIEW ON FOOD ALLERGIES

      Ernährungs-Umschau
    42. VIETHS S; HOFFMANN A; HOLZHAUSER T; MULLER U; REINDL J; HAUSTEIN D
      FACTORS INFLUENCING THE QUALITY OF FOOD EXTRACTS FOR IN-VITRO AND IN-VIVO DIAGNOSIS

      Allergy
    43. Fotisch, K; Fah, J; Wuthrich, B; Altmann, F; Haustein, D; Vieths, S
      IgE antibodies specific for carbohydrates in a patient allergic to gum arabic (Acacia senegal)

      ALLERGY
    44. VIETHS S
      ALLERGENIC CROSS-REACTIVITY, FOOD ALLERGY AND POLLEN

      Environmental toxicology and pharmacology
    45. HOFFMANN A; JAMIN A; MAY S; HAUSTEIN D; VIETHS S
      A NEW IN-VITRO MODEL FOR TESTING OF FOOD ALLERGENS - ALLERGEN-SPECIFIC MEDIATOR RELEASE OF PASSIVELY SENSITIZED RAT BASOPHIL LEUKEMIA-CELLS

      FOOD AND AGRICULTURAL IMMUNOLOGY
    46. JANKIEWICZ A; BALTES W; BOGL KW; DEHNE LI; JAMIN A; HOFFMANN A; HAUSTEIN D; VIETHS S
      IN-VITRO STUDY OF THE GASTROINTESTINAL STABILITY OF CELERY ALLERGENS

      FOOD AND AGRICULTURAL IMMUNOLOGY
    47. MOLLER M; PASCHKE A; VIELUF D; KAYMA M; VIETHS S; STEINHART H
      CHARACTERIZATION OF ALLERGENS IN KIWI FRUIT AND DETECTION OF CROSS-REACTIVITIES WITH ALLERGENS OF BIRCH POLLEN AND RELATED FRUIT ALLERGENS

      FOOD AND AGRICULTURAL IMMUNOLOGY
    48. VIETHS S
      THOUGHTS ON FOOD LABELS AND UNLISTED ALLE RGENS - COMMENT

      Allergologie
    49. SCHEURER S; METZNER K; HAUSTEIN D; VIETHS S
      MOLECULAR-CLONING, EXPRESSION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF PRU A-1, THE MAJOR CHERRY ALLERGEN

      Molecular immunology
    50. HOFFMANN A; VIETHS S; HAUSTEIN D
      BIOLOGIC ALLERGEN ASSAY FOR IN-VIVO TEST ALLERGENS WITH AN IN-VITRO MODEL OF THE MURINE TYPE-I REACTION

      Journal of allergy and clinical immunology
    51. JANKIEWICZ A; BALTES W; BOGL KW; DEHNE LI; JAMIN A; HOFFMANN A; HAUSTEIN D; VIETHS S
      INFLUENCE OF FOOD-PROCESSING ON THE IMMUNOCHEMICAL STABILITY OF CELERY ALLERGENS

      Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture
    52. JANKIEWICZ A; AULEPP H; BALTES W; BOGL KW; DEHNE LI; ZUBERBIER T; VIETHS S
      ALLERGIC SENSITIZATION TO NATIVE AND HEATED CELERY ROOT IN POLLEN-SENSITIVE PATIENTS INVESTIGATED BY SKIN-TEST AND IGE BINDING

      International archives of allergy and immunology
    53. PETERSEN A; VIETHS S; AULEPP H; SCHLAAK M; BECKER WM
      UBIQUITOUS STRUCTURES RESPONSIBLE FOR IGE CROSS-REACTIVITY BETWEEN TOMATO FRUIT AND GRASS-POLLEN ALLERGENS

      Journal of allergy and clinical immunology
    54. PFROMMER C; BASTL R; VIETHS S; EHLERS I; HENZ BM; ZUBERBIER T
      CHARACTERIZATION OF NATURALLY-OCCURRING PSEUDOALLERGENS CAUSING CHRONIC URTICARIA

      Journal of allergy and clinical immunology
    55. WELLHAUSEN A; SCHONING B; PETERSEN A; VIETHS S
      IGE BINDING TO A NEW CROSS-REACTIVE STRUCTURE - A 35 KDA PROTEIN IN BIRCH POLLEN, EXOTIC FRUIT AND OTHER PLANT FOODS

      Zeitschrift fur Ernahrungswissenschaft
    56. SCHONING B; ZIEGLER WH; VIETHS S; BALTES W
      APPLE ALLERGY - THE CDNA SEQUENCE OF THE MAJOR ALLERGEN OF APPLE, DETERMINED BY PERFORMING PCR WITH A PRIMER BASED ON THE N-TERMINAL AMINO-ACID-SEQUENCE, IS HIGHLY HOMOLOGOUS TO THE SEQUENCE OF THE MAJOR BIRCHPOLLEN ALLERGEN

      Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture
    57. VIETHS S; JANKIEWICZ A; WUTHRICH B; BALTES W
      IMMUNOBLOT STUDY OF IGE BINDING ALLERGENS IN CELERY ROOTS

      Annals of allergy, asthma, & immunology
    58. FAH J; WUTHRICH B; VIETHS S
      ANAPHYLACTIC REACTION TO LYCHEE FRUIT - EVIDENCE FOR SENSITIZATION TOPROFILIN

      Clinical and experimental allergy
    59. VIETHS S; AULEPP H; SCHONING B; TSCHIRNICH R
      INVESTIGATIONS OF APPLE HYPERSENSITIVITY IN BIRCH POLLEN ALLERGIC PATIENTS - SKIN PRICK TEST-RESULTS AND IMMUNOBLOT STUDIES USING LOW-TEMPERATURE EXTRACTS OF 4 APPLE STRAINS

      Allergologie
    60. RUDESCHKO O; FAHLBUSCH B; HENZGEN M; SCHLENVOIGT G; HERRMANN D; VIETHS S; JAGER L
      INVESTIGATION OF THE STABILITY OF APPLE ALLERGEN EXTRACTS

      Allergy
    61. VIETHS S; JANEK K; AULEPP H; PETERSEN A
      ISOLATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF THE 18-KDA MAJOR APPLE ALLERGEN ANDCOMPARISON WITH THE MAJOR BIRCH POLLEN ALLERGEN (BET-V-I)

      Allergy
    62. SCHONING B; VIETHS S; PETERSEN A; BALTES W
      IDENTIFICATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF ALLERGENS RELATED TO BET-V-I, THE MAJOR BIRCH POLLEN ALLERGEN, IN APPLE, CHERRY, CELERY AND CARROT BY 2-DIMENSIONAL IMMUNOBLOTTING AND N-TERMINAL MICROSEQUENCING

      Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture
    63. VIETHS S; SCHONING B; PETERSEN A
      CHARACTERIZATION OF THE 18-KDA APPLE ALLERGEN BY 2-DIMENSIONAL IMMUNOBLOTTING AND MICROSEQUENCING

      International archives of allergy and immunology
    64. VIETHS S; FISCHER K; DEHNE LJ; BOGL KW
      ALLERGENIC POTENTIAL OF PROCESSED FOOD .2 . IMPORTANT FOODS AND CONCLUSION

      Ernährungs-Umschau
    65. VIETHS S; FISCHER K; DEHNE LI; BOGL KW
      ALLERGENIC POTENTIAL OF PROCESSED FOOD .1 . INFLUENCE BY FOOD-PROCESSING AND PREPARATION

      Ernährungs-Umschau
    66. VIETHS S; JANKIEWICZ A; SCHONING B; AULEPP H
      APPLE ALLERGY - THE IGE-BINDING POTENCY OF APPLE STRAINS IS RELATED TO THE OCCURRENCE OF THE 18-KDA ALLERGEN

      Allergy


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