A study of cross‐reactions between mango contact allergens and urushiol

@article{Oka2004ASO,
  title={A study of cross‐reactions between mango contact allergens and urushiol},
  author={K. Oka and F. Saito and T. Yasuhara and A. Sugimoto},
  journal={Contact Dermatitis},
  year={2004},
  volume={51}
}
The allergens causing mango dermatitis have long been suspected to be alk(en)yl catechols and/or alk(en)yl resorcinols on the basis of observed cross‐sensitivity reactions to mango in patients known to be sensitive to poison ivy and oak (Toxicodendron spp.). Earlier, we reported the 3 resorcinol derivatives: heptadecadienylresorcinol (I), heptadecenylresorcinol (II) and pentadecylresorcinol (III); collectively named ‘mangol’, as mango allergens. In this study, we extracted the 1st 2 components… Expand
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