Gianluca Di Gregorio

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The pollen extract of the allergenic plant Parietaria judaica, growing throughout the Mediterranean region, has been purified by high performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) operating in size-exclusion followed by ion exchange. Molecular weight determination of the components and isoelectrofocusing studies on the enriched material have been performed.
High-performance ion-exchange chromatography and immunoaffinity chromatography suggest that Par jI, the principal allergenic component of Parietaria judaica pollen, is a very unstable molecule, which tends to fragment in solution. Several fragments were obtained from Par jI and some of them show positivity toward the anti-Par jI monoclonal antibody,(More)
Size-exclusion and ion-exchange high-performance liquid chromatography were used to monitor the presence of polymeric aggregates and of families of allergens of similar isoelectric point in Parietaria judaica pollen extracts. A radio-allergo-sorbent test and chromatofocusing were used for the analysis of individual fractions. This allows the detection of(More)
Basic allergens of Phleum pratense pollen extract have been purified by either sequence gel filtration-ion-exchange high-performance liquid chromatography (HPIEX) and size-exclusion HPLC or sequence gel filtration-immunoaffinity chromatography and HPIEX. The second procedure seems to be suitable for preparative purposes.
A preparative-scale enrichment of the allergenic components of the pollen extract of Parietaria judaica, which grow all over the Mediterranean area, has been obtained by high-performance liquid chromatography, operating in the ion-exchange mode at pH 7 with a curvilinear ionic-strength gradient.
Our actions are influenced by the social context in which they are performed, specifically it has been shown that observing others' actions influences the execution of the same action. In the present study, we examined whether and to what extent observers are influenced by the presence and performance of another person in a visual spatial task, using a line(More)
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