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Allergenicity of bony and cartilaginous fish – molecular and immunological properties
The low incidence of allergic reactions to ingested rays and sharks is likely due to the lack of molecular similarity, resulting in reduced immunological cross‐reactivity between the two PV lineages, and the molecular diversity of the two protein lineages of the major fish allergen PV among different fish groups is detailed.
Characterization of Ras k 1 a novel major allergen in Indian mackerel and identification of parvalbumin as the major fish allergen in 33 Asia‐Pacific fish species
This is the first comprehensive study on allergen profiles of heat‐processed fish from Vietnam and its implications for food allergy and anaphylaxis.
Small Wonders—The Use of Nanoparticles for Delivering Antigen
An overview of nanoparticle vaccine development is provided; in particular, the preparation of nanoparticles using a templating technique is highlighted, which would alleviate some of the disadvantages of existing nanoparticles.
A cross‐sectional, population‐based study on the prevalence of food allergies among children in two different socio‐economic regions of Vietnam
There is a paucity of data on the prevalence of food allergy (FA) in Vietnam. A cross‐sectional, population‐based study was conducted to evaluate the current prevalence of FA among 2‐ to 6‐year‐old
Expanding the allergen repertoire of salmon and catfish
This work aimed to identify, quantify, and compare all IgE‐binding proteins in salmon and catfish, and identified four salmon allergens and three catfish allergens.
Natural Compounds from the Marine Brown Alga Caulocystis cephalornithos with Potent In Vitro-Activity against the Parasitic Nematode Haemonchus contortus
The present study has discovered two algal compounds possessing acute anthelmintic effects and with potential for hit-to-lead progression, identified from the marine brown alga, Caulocystis cephalornithos, with inhibitory effects on xL3 and L4 motility and larval development, and the induction of a “skinny-straight” phenotype.
Patients Allergic to Fish Tolerate Ray Based on the Low Allergenicity of Its Parvalbumin