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

      JOURNAL OF CHROMATOGRAPHY B
    2. 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
    3. Holm, J; Baerentzen, G; Gajhede, M; Ipsen, H; Larsen, JN; Lowenstein, H; Wissenbach, M; Spangfort, MD
      Molecular basis of allergic cross-reactivity between group 1 major allergens from birch and apple

      JOURNAL OF CHROMATOGRAPHY B
    4. Sloane, D; Sheffer, A
      Oral allergy syndrome

      ALLERGY AND ASTHMA PROCEEDINGS
    5. Wiedermann, U; Herz, U; Baier, K; Vrtala, S; Neuhaus-Steinmetz, U; Bohle, B; Dekan, G; Renz, H; Ebner, C; Valenta, R; Kraft, D
      Intranasal treatment with a recombinant hypoallergenic derivative of the major birch pollen allergen Bet v 1 prevents allergic sensitization and airway inflammation in mice

      INTERNATIONAL ARCHIVES OF ALLERGY AND IMMUNOLOGY
    6. Breiteneder, H; Krebitz, M; Wiedermann, U; Wagner, B; Essl, D; Steinkellner, H; Turpen, TH; Ebner, C; Buck, D; Niggemann, B; Scheiner, O
      Rapid production of recombinant allergens in Nicotiana benthamiana and their impact an diagnosis and therapy

      INTERNATIONAL ARCHIVES OF ALLERGY AND IMMUNOLOGY
    7. Vrtala, S; Akdis, CA; Budak, F; Akdis, M; Blaser, K; Kraft, D; Valenta, R
      Induction of blocking antibodies with T cell epitope-containing hypoallergenic recombinant Bet v 1 fragments

      INTERNATIONAL ARCHIVES OF ALLERGY AND IMMUNOLOGY
    8. Wiedermann, U; Herz, U; Vrtala, S; Neuhaus-Steinmetz, U; Renz, H; Ebner, C; Valenta, R; Kraft, D
      Mucosal tolerance induction with hypoallergenic molecules in a murine model of allergic asthma

      INTERNATIONAL ARCHIVES OF ALLERGY AND IMMUNOLOGY
    9. Ganglberger, E; Grunberger, K; Wiedermann, U; Vermes, M; Sponer, B; Breiteneder, H; Scheiner, O; Boltz, G; Jensen-Jarolim, E
      IgE mimotopes of birch pollen allergen Bet v 1 induce blocking IgG in mice

      INTERNATIONAL ARCHIVES OF ALLERGY AND IMMUNOLOGY
    10. Hochreiter, R; Hartl, A; Freund, J; Valenta, R; Ferreira, F; Thalhamer, J
      The influence of CpG motifs on a protein or DNA-based Th2-type immune response against major pollen allergens Bet v 1a, Phl p 2 and Escherichia coli-derived beta-galactosidase

      INTERNATIONAL ARCHIVES OF ALLERGY AND IMMUNOLOGY
    11. Schramm, G; Bufe, A; Petersen, A; Haas, H; Merget, R; Schlaak, M; Becker, WM
      Discontinuous IgE-binding epitopes contain multiple continuous epitope regions: results of an epitope mapping on recombinant Hol l 5, a major allergen from velvet grass pollen

      CLINICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL ALLERGY
    12. Klockenbring, T; Boese, A; Bauer, R; Goerlich, R
      Comparative investigations of wheat and spelt cultivars: IgA, IgE, IgG1 and IgG4 binding characteristics

      FOOD AND AGRICULTURAL IMMUNOLOGY
    13. 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
    14. Vrtala, S; Hirtenlehner, K; Susani, M; Akdis, M; Kussebi, F; Akdis, CA; Blaser, K; Hufnagl, P; Binder, BR; Politou, A; Pastore, A; Vangelista, L; Sperr, WR; Semper, H; Valent, P; Ebner, C; Kraft, D; Valenta, R
      Genetic engineering of a hypoallergenic trimer of the major birch pollen allergen, Bet v 1

      FASEB JOURNAL
    15. Focke, M; Mahler, V; Ball, T; Sperr, WR; Majlesi, Y; Valent, P; Kraft, D; Valenta, R
      Nonanaphylactic synthetic peptides derived from B cell epitopes of the major grass pollen allergen, Phl p 1, for allergy vaccination

      FASEB JOURNAL
    16. Ganglberger, E; Sponer, B; Scholl, I; Wiedermann, U; Baumann, S; Hafner, C; Breiteneder, H; Suter, M; Boltz-Nitulescu, G; Scheiner, O; Jensen-Jarolim, E
      Monovalent fusion proteins of immunoglobulin E mimotopes are safe for therapy of type I allergy

      FASEB JOURNAL
    17. Ziadi, S; Poupard, P; Brisset, MN; Paulin, JP; Simoneau, P
      Characterization in apple leaves of two subclasses of PR-10 transcripts inducible by acibenzolar-S-methyl, a functional analogue of salicylic acid

      PHYSIOLOGICAL AND MOLECULAR PLANT PATHOLOGY
    18. Poupard, P; Brunel, N; Leduc, N; Viemont, JD; Strullu, DG; Simoneau, P
      Expression of a Bet v 1 homologue gene encoding a PR 10 protein in birch roots: induction by auxin and localization of the transcripts by in situ hybridization

      AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    19. Seppala, U; Majamaa, H; Turjanmaa, K; Helin, J; Reunala, T; Kalkkinen, N; Palosuo, T
      Identification of four novel potato (Solanum tuberosum) allergens belonging to the family of soybean trypsin inhibitors

      ALLERGY
    20. Vinckier, S; Smets, E
      The potential role of orbicules as a vector of allergens

      ALLERGY
    21. Kettner, A; Hughes, GJ; Frutiger, S; Astori, M; Roggero, M; Spertini, F; Corradin, G
      Api m 6: A new bee venom allergen

      JOURNAL OF ALLERGY AND CLINICAL IMMUNOLOGY
    22. Bufe, A
      Significance of IgE-binding epitopes in allergic disease

      JOURNAL OF ALLERGY AND CLINICAL IMMUNOLOGY
    23. 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
    24. Vinckier, S; Smets, E
      A survey of the presence and morphology of orbicules in European allergenic angiosperms. Background information for allergen research

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE BOTANIQUE
    25. Flicker, S; Laffer, S; Steinberger, P; Alhani, B; Zhu, Y; Laukkanen, ML; Keinanen, K; Kraft, D; Valenta, R
      Engineering, purification and applications of His-tagged recombinant antibody fragments with specificity for the major birch pollen allergen, Bet v 1

      BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    26. Pauli, G; Purohit, A; Oster, JP; De Blay, F; Vrtala, S; Niederberger, V; Kraft, D; Valenta, R
      Comparison of genetically engineered hypoallergenic rBet v 1 derivatives with rBet v 1 wild-type by skin prick and intradermal testing: results obtained in a French population

      CLINICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL ALLERGY
    27. Kelso, JM
      Pollen-food allergy syndrome

      CLINICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL ALLERGY
    28. Reider, N; Sepp, N; Fritsch, P; Weinlich, G; Jensen-Jarolim, E
      Anaphylaxis to camomile: clinical features and allergen cross-reactivity

      CLINICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL ALLERGY
    29. 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
    30. Ganglberger, E; Grunberger, K; Sponer, B; Radauer, C; Breiteneder, H; Boltz-Nitulescu, G; Scheiner, O; Jensen-Jarolim, E
      Allergen mimotopes for 3-dimensional epitope search and induction of antibodies inhibiting human IgE

      FASEB JOURNAL
    31. Wiedermann, U
      Mucosal adjuvants/mucosal tolerance induction

      ALLERGOLOGIE
    32. Puhringer, H; Moll, D; Hoffmann-Sommergruber, K; Watillon, B; Katinger, H; Machado, MLD
      The promoter of an apple Ypr10 gene, encoding the major allergen Mal d 1, is stress- and pathogen-inducible

      PLANT SCIENCE
    33. Bantignies, B; Seguin, J; Muzac, I; Dedaldechamp, F; Gulick, P; Ibrahim, R
      Direct evidence for ribonucleolytic activity of a PR-10-like protein from white lupin roots

      PLANT MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    34. 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
    35. Noirey, N; Rougier, N; Andre, C; Schmitt, D; Vincent, C
      Langerhans-like dendritic cells generated from cord blood progenitors internalize pollen allergens by macropinocytosis, and part of the molecules areprocessed and can activate autologous naive T lymphocytes

      JOURNAL OF ALLERGY AND CLINICAL IMMUNOLOGY
    36. Cadot, P; Diaz, JF; Proost, P; Van Damme, J; Engelborghs, Y; Stevens, EAM; Ceuppens, JL
      Purification and characterization of an 18-kd allergen of birch (Betula verrucosa) pollen: Identification as a cyclophilin

      JOURNAL OF ALLERGY AND CLINICAL IMMUNOLOGY
    37. Kazemi-Shirazi, L; Pauli, G; Purohit, A; Spitzauer, S; Froschl, R; Hoffmann-Sommergruber, K; Breiteneder, H; Scheiner, O; Kraft, D; Valenta, R
      Quantitative IgE inhibition experiments with purified recombinant allergens indicate pollen-derived allergens as the sensitizing agents responsible for many forms of plant food allergy

      JOURNAL OF ALLERGY AND CLINICAL IMMUNOLOGY
    38. Vrtala, S; Akdis, CA; Budak, F; Akdis, M; Blaser, K; Kraft, D; Valenta, R
      T cell epitope-containing hypoallergenic recombinant fragments of the major birch pollen allergen, Bet v 1, induce blocking antibodies

      JOURNAL OF IMMUNOLOGY
    39. Mirza, O; Henriksen, A; Ipsen, H; Larsen, JN; Wissenbach, M; Spangfort, MD; Gajhede, M
      Dominant epitopes and allergic cross-reactivity: Complex formation betweena Fab fragment of a monoclonal murine IgG antibody and the major allergen from birch pollen Bet v 1

      JOURNAL OF IMMUNOLOGY
    40. Takai, T; Ichikawa, S; Yokota, T; Hatanaka, H; Inagaki, F; Okumura, Y
      Unlocking the allergenic structure of the major house dust mite allergen Der f 2 by elimination of key intramolecular interactions

      FEBS LETTERS
    41. Denepoux, S; Eibensteiner, PB; Steinberger, P; Vrtala, S; Visco, V; Weyer, A; Kraft, D; Banchereau, J; Valenta, R; Lebecque, S
      Molecular characterization of human IgG monoclonal antibodies specific forthe major birch pollen allergen Bet v 1. Anti-allergen IgG can enhance theanaphylactic reaction

      FEBS LETTERS
    42. 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
    43. Hartl, A; Kiesslich, J; Weiss, R; Bernhaupt, A; Mostbock, S; Scheiblhofer, S; Flockner, H; Sippl, M; Ebner, C; Ferreira, F; Thalhamer, J
      Isoforms of the major allergen of birch pollen induce different immune responses after genetic immunization

      INTERNATIONAL ARCHIVES OF ALLERGY AND IMMUNOLOGY
    44. Kraft, D; Ferreira, F; Vrtala, S; Breiteneder, H; Ebner, C; Valenta, R; Susani, M; Breitenbach, M; Scheiner, O
      The importance of recombinant allergens for diagnosis and therapy of IgE-mediated allergies

      INTERNATIONAL ARCHIVES OF ALLERGY AND IMMUNOLOGY
    45. Eibensteiner, P; Denepoux, S; Steinberger, P; Kraft, D; Visco, V; Banchereau, J; Lebecque, S; Valenta, R
      Expression of a human IgG4 antibody, BAB2, with specificity for the major birch pollen allergen, Bet v 1 in Escherichia coli: Recombinant BAB2 Fabs enhance the allergic reaction

      INTERNATIONAL ARCHIVES OF ALLERGY AND IMMUNOLOGY
    46. Vrtala, S; Hirtenlehner, K; Susani, M; Hufnagl, P; Binder, BR; Vangelista, L; Pastore, A; Sperr, WR; Valent, P; Ebner, C; Kraft, D; Valenta, R
      Genetic engineering of recombinant hypoallergenic oligomers of the major birch pollen allergen, Bet v 1: Candidates for specific immunotherapy

      INTERNATIONAL ARCHIVES OF ALLERGY AND IMMUNOLOGY
    47. Jensen-Jarolim, E; Ganglberger, E; Leitner, A; Radauer, C; Scheiner, O; Breiteneder, H
      Nonapeptides selected by phage display mimic the binding sites of monoclonal antibodies BIP1 and BIP4 on Bet v 1, the major birch pollen allergen

      INTERNATIONAL ARCHIVES OF ALLERGY AND IMMUNOLOGY
    48. Jensen-Jarolim, E; Gerstmayer, G; Kraft, D; Scheiner, O; Ebner, H; Ebner, C
      Serological characterization of allergens in poppy seeds

      CLINICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL ALLERGY
    49. Hoffmann-Sommergruber, K; O'Riordain, G; Ahorn, H; Ebner, C; da Camara Machado, ML; Puhringer, H; Scheiner, O; Breiteneder, H
      Molecular characterization of Dau c 1, the Bet v 1 homologous protein fromcarrot and its cross-reactivity with Bet v 1 and Api g 1

      CLINICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL ALLERGY
    50. van Ree, R; van Leeuwen, WA; Akkerdaas, JH; Aalberse, RC
      How far can we simplify in vitro diagnostics for Fagales tree pollen allergy? A study with three whole pollen extracts and purified natural and recombinant allergens

      CLINICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL ALLERGY
    51. Schappi, GF; Taylor, PE; Pain, MCF; Cameron, PA; Dent, AW; Staff, IA; Suphioglu, C
      Concentrations of major grass group 5 allergens in pollen grains and atmospheric particles: implications for hay fever and allergic asthma sufferers sensitized to grass pollen allergens

      CLINICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL ALLERGY
    52. Spangfort, MD; Mirza, O; Svensson, LA; Larsen, JN; Gajhede, M; Ipsen, H
      Crystallization and preliminary X-ray analysis of birch-pollen allergen Bet v 1 in complex with a murine monoclonal IgG Fab ' fragment

      ACTA CRYSTALLOGRAPHICA SECTION D-BIOLOGICAL CRYSTALLOGRAPHY
    53. Jensen-Jarolim, E; Wiedermann, U; Ganglberger, E; Zurcher, A; Stadler, BM; Boltz-Nitulescu, G; Scheiner, O; Breiteneder, H
      Allergen mimotopes in food enhance type I allergic reactions in mice

      FASEB JOURNAL
    54. Muller, WD; Karamfilov, T; Fahlbusch, B
      T cell epitopes of allergens - starting point for new therapeutic strategies of grass pollen allergies

      ALLERGOLOGIE
    55. Henzgen, M; Rudeschko, O; Schlenvoigt, G; Hermann, D; Frank, E
      Immunological parameters of apple allergy during hyposensitisation with birch pollen

      ALLERGOLOGIE
    56. Laurent, J; Guinnepain, MT; Lafay, M; Sauvaget, J
      Tree pollinosis.

      REVUE FRANCAISE D ALLERGOLOGIE ET D IMMUNOLOGIE CLINIQUE
    57. Sikorski, MM; Biesiadka, J; Kasperska, AE; Kopcinska, J; Lotocka, B; Golinowski, W; Legocki, AB
      Expression of genes encoding PR10 class patho genesis-related proteins is inhibited in yellow lupine root nodules

      PLANT SCIENCE
    58. 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
    59. Friedl-Hajek, R; Radauer, C; O'Riordain, G; Hoffmann-Sommergruber, K; Leberl, K; Scheiner, O; Breiteneder, H
      New Bet v 1 isoforms including a naturally occurring truncated form of theprotein derived from Austrian birch pollen

      MOLECULAR IMMUNOLOGY
    60. Schappi, GF; Taylor, PE; Staff, IA; Rolland, JM; Suphioglu, C
      Immunologic significance of respirable atmospheric starch granules containing major birch allergen Bet v 1

      ALLERGY
    61. Arquint, O; Helbling, A; Crameri, R; Ferreira, F; Breitenbach, M; Pichler, WJ
      Reduced in vivo allergenicity of Bet v 1d isoform, a natural component of birch pollen

      JOURNAL OF ALLERGY AND CLINICAL IMMUNOLOGY
    62. van Hage-Hamsten, M; Kronqvist, M; Zetterstrom, O; Johansson, E; Niederberger, V; Vrtala, S; Gronlund, H; Gronneberg, R; Valenta, R
      Skin test evaluation of genetically engineered hypoallergenic derivatives of the major birch pollen allergen, Bet v 1: Results obtained with a mix oftwo recombinant Bet v 1 fragments and recombinant Bet v 1 trimer in a Swedish population before the birch pollen season

      JOURNAL OF ALLERGY AND CLINICAL IMMUNOLOGY
    63. Jahn-Schmid, B; Wiedermann, U; Bohle, BA; Repa, A; Kraft, D; Ebner, C
      Oligodeoxynucleotides containing CpG motifs modulate the allergic T-H2 response of BALB/c mice to Bet v 1, the major birch pollen allergen

      JOURNAL OF ALLERGY AND CLINICAL IMMUNOLOGY
    64. Hoffmann-Sommergruber, K; Demoly, P; Crameri, R; Breiteneder, H; Ebner, C; Machado, MLD; Blaser, K; Ismail, C; Scheiner, O; Bousquet, J; Menz, G
      IgE reactivity to Api g 1, a major celery allergen, in a Central European population is based on primary sensitization by Bet v 1

      JOURNAL OF ALLERGY AND CLINICAL IMMUNOLOGY
    65. Wiedermann, U; Jahn-Schmid, B; Bohle, B; Repa, A; Renz, H; Kraft, D; Ebner, C
      Suppression of antigen-specific T- and B-cell responses by intranasal or oral administration of recombinant Bet v 1, the major birch pollen allergen,in a murine model of type I allergy

      JOURNAL OF ALLERGY AND CLINICAL IMMUNOLOGY
    66. Feugey, L; Strullu, DG; Poupard, P; Simoneau, P
      Induced defence responses limit Hartig net formation in ectomycorrhizal birch roots

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    67. Heiss, S; Mahler, V; Steiner, R; Spitzauer, S; Schweiger, C; Kraft, D; Valenta, R
      Component-resolved diagnosis (CRD) of type I allergy with recombinant grass and tree pollen allergens by skin testing

      JOURNAL OF INVESTIGATIVE DERMATOLOGY
    68. Vrtala, S; Fischer, S; Grote, M; Vangelista, L; Pastore, A; Sperr, WR; Valent, P; Reichelt, R; Kraft, D; Valenta, R
      Molecular, immunological, and structural characterization of Phl p 6, a major allergen and P-particle-associated protein from timothy grass (Phleum pratense) pollen

      JOURNAL OF IMMUNOLOGY
    69. VALENTA R; ALMO S; BALL T; DOLECEK C; STEINBERGER P; LAFFER S; EIBENSTEINER P; FLICKER S; VRTALA S; SPITZAUER S; VALENT P; DENEPOUX S; KRAFT D; BANCHEREAU J; LEBECQUE S
      THE IMMUNOGLOBULIN-E ALLERGEN INTERACTION - A TARGET FOR THERAPY OF TYPE-I ALLERGIC DISEASES

      International archives of allergy and immunology
    70. Elfman, LHM; Whitley, P; Schmidt, M; van Hage-Hamsten, M
      IgE binding capacity of synthetic and recombinant peptides of the major storage mite (Lepidoglyphus destructor) allergen, Lep d 2

      INTERNATIONAL ARCHIVES OF ALLERGY AND IMMUNOLOGY
    71. VEGA A; DOMINGUEZ C; COSMES P; MARTINEZ A; BARTOLOME B; MARTINEZ J; PALACIOS R
      ANAPHYLACTIC REACTION TO INGESTION OF QUERCUS-ILEX ACORN NUT

      Clinical and experimental allergy
    72. VANNEERVEN RJJ; SPARHOLT SH; SCHOU C; LARSEN JN
      PRESERVED EPITOPE-SPECIFIC T-CELL ACTIVATION BY RECOMBINANT BET-V-1-MBP FUSION PROTEINS

      Clinical and experimental allergy
    73. Harfast, B; van Hage-Hamsten, M; Lilja, G
      IgG subclass antibody responses to birch pollen in sibling pairs discordant for atopy

      PEDIATRIC ALLERGY AND IMMUNOLOGY
    74. FERREIRA F; EBNER C; KRAMER B; CASARI G; BRIZA P; KUNGL AJ; GRIMM R; JAHNSCHMID B; BREITENEDER H; KRAFT D; BREITENBACH M; RHEINBERGER H; SCHEINER O
      MODULATION OF IGE REACTIVITY OF ALLERGENS BY SITE-DIRECTED MUTAGENESIS - POTENTIAL USE OF HYPOALLERGENIC VARIANTS FOR IMMUNOTHERAPY

      The FASEB journal
    75. Jensen-Jarolim, E; Leitner, A; Kalchhauser, H; Zurcher, A; Ganglberger, E; Bohle, B; Scheiner, O; Boltz-Nitulescu, G; Breiteneder, H
      Peptide mimotopes displayed by phage inhibit antibody binding to Bet v 1, the major birch pollen allergen, and induce specific IgG response in mice

      FASEB JOURNAL
    76. POUPARD P; STRULLU DG; SIMONEAU P
      2 MEMBERS OF THE BET-V-1 GENE FAMILY ENCODING BIRCH PATHOGENESIS-RELATED PROTEINS DISPLAY DIFFERENT PATTERNS OF ROOT EXPRESSION AND WOUND-INDUCIBILITY

      Australian journal of plant physiology
    77. Osmark, P; Boyle, B; Brisson, N
      Sequential and structural homology between intracellular pathogenesis-related proteins and a group of latex proteins

      PLANT MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    78. BOUSQUET J; DEMOLY P
      ALLERGENS IN 1998 - FROM MOLECULAR-BIOLOGY TO IMPROVED PATIENT-CARE

      Allergy
    79. DASCHNER A; CRESPO JF; PASCUAL CY
      SPECIFIC IGE TO RECOMBINANT VEGETAL PANALLERGEN (RBET V-2) AND FRUIT ALLERGY IN POLLINIC PATIENTS

      Allergy
    80. PASTORELLO EA; INCORVAIA C; PRAVETTONI V; FARIOLI L; CONTI A; VIGANO G; RIVOLTA F; ISPANO M; ROTONDO F; ORTOLANI C
      NEW ALLERGENS IN FRUITS AND VEGETABLES

      Allergy
    81. ORTOLANI C; ISPANO M; ANSALONI R; ROTONDO F; INCORVAIA C; PASTORELLO EA
      DIAGNOSTIC PROBLEMS DUE TO CROSS-REACTIONS IN FOOD ALLERGY

      Allergy
    82. BARKHOLT V; JORGENSEN PB; SORENSEN D; BAHRENSCHEER J; HAIKARA A; LEMOLA E; LAITILA A; FROKIAER H
      PROTEIN MODIFICATION BY FERMENTATION - EFFECT OF FERMENTATION ON THE POTENTIAL ALLERGENICITY OF PEA

      Allergy
    83. KRAFT D; FERREIRA F; EBNER C; VALENTA R; BREITENEDER H; SUSANI M; BREITENBACH M; SCHEINER O
      RECOMBINANT ALLERGENS - THE FUTURE OF THE DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT OF ATOPIC ALLERGY

      Allergy
    84. NIEDERBERGER V; PAULI G; GRONLUND H; FROSCHL R; RUMPOLD H; KRAFT D; VALENTA R; SPITZAUER S
      RECOMBINANT BIRCH POLLEN ALLERGENS (RBET V 1 AND RBET V 2) CONTAIN MOST OF THE IGE EPITOPES PRESENT IN BIRCH, ALDER, HORNBEAM, HAZEL, AND OAK POLLEN - A QUANTITATIVE IGE INHIBITION STUDY WITH SERA FROM DIFFERENT POPULATIONS

      Journal of allergy and clinical immunology
    85. FRITSCH R; BOHLE B; VOLLMANN U; WIEDERMANN U; JAHNSCHMID B; KREBITZ M; BREITENEDER H; KRAFT D; EBNER C
      BET-V-1, THE MAJOR BIRCH POLLEN ALLERGEN, AND MAL-D-1, THE MAJOR APPLE ALLERGEN, CROSS-REACT AT THE LEVEL OF ALLERGEN-SPECIFIC T-HELPER CELLS

      Journal of allergy and clinical immunology
    86. SZEPFALUSI Z; NENTWICH I; JOST E; GERSTMAYR M; EBNER C; FRISCHER T; URBANEK R
      CORD-BLOOD MONONUCLEAR-CELLS AND MILK-SPECIFIC T-CELL CLONES ARE TOOLS TO EVALUATE THE RESIDUAL IMMUNOGENICITY OF HYDROLYZED MILK FORMULAS

      Journal of allergy and clinical immunology
    87. YAGAMI T; SATO M; NAKAMURA A; KOMIYAMA T; KITAGAWA K; AKASAWA A; IKEZAWA Z
      PLANT DEFENSE-RELATED ENZYMES AS LATEX ANTIGENS

      Journal of allergy and clinical immunology
    88. GROTE M; FISCHER S; MULLER WD; VALENTA R
      IN-SITU LOCALIZATION OF A HIGH-MOLECULAR-WEIGHT CROSS-REACTIVE ALLERGEN IN POLLEN AND PLANT-DERIVED FOOD BY IMMUNOGOLD ELECTRON-MICROSCOPY

      Journal of allergy and clinical immunology
    89. GROTE M; WIEDEMANN P; LEBECQUE S; VALENTA R
      HUMAN MONOCLONAL IGG ANTIBODIES DERIVED FROM A PATIENT ALLERGIC TO BIRCH POLLEN AS TOOLS TO STUDY THE IN-SITU LOCALIZATION OF THE MAJOR BIRCH POLLEN ALLERGEN, BET-V-1, BY IMMUNOGOLD ELECTRON-MICROSCOPY

      Journal of allergy and clinical immunology
    90. Jensen-Jarolim, E; Reider, N; Fritsch, R; Breiteneder, H
      Fatal outcome of anaphylaxis to camomile-containing enema during labor: A case study

      JOURNAL OF ALLERGY AND CLINICAL IMMUNOLOGY
    91. VRTALA S; BALL T; SPITZAUER S; PANDJAITAN B; SUPHIOGLU C; KNOX B; SPERR WR; VALENT P; KRAFT D; VALENTA R
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