Allergie au pollen de cyprès

  title={Allergie au pollen de cypr{\`e}s},
  author={Denis Charpin and Michel Calleja and Christian Pichot and Vincent Penel and B. Hugues and Patrick Poncet},
  journal={Revue Française d'Allergologie},
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Differential IgE sensitization to cypress pollen associated to a basic allergen of 14 kDa

IgE reactivity to BP14 is specific to Cupressaceae and discriminates two groups of patients allergic to cypress pollen, which should improve the diagnosis of cypress pollinosis.

Producing Urban Aerobiological Risk Map for Cupressaceae Family in the SW Iberian Peninsula from LiDAR Technology

The AIROT index provides valuable information for allergy patients, tourists, urban planning councillors and restaurant owners in order to structure the vegetation, as well as planning tourism according to the surrounding environmental risks and reducing the aerobiological risk of certain areas.

Estimation of the Allergenic Potential of Urban Trees and Urban Parks: Towards the Healthy Design of Urban Green Spaces of the Future

It is concluded that the methodology to assess the allergenicity associated with urban trees and urban areas presented in this work opens new perspectives in the design and planning of urban green spaces, pointing out the need to consider the potential allergenic value of a species when selecting plant material to be used in cities.



Epidemiology of cypress pollen allergy in Montpellier.

Cypress pollen allergy is one of the leading causes of respiratory allergy in the Montpellier area and many patients need allergen immunotherapy in order to achieve better control of their symptoms.

Cupressaceae Pollinosis: Identification, Purification and Cloning of Relevant Allergens

The availability of the purified allergens, together with their recombinant counterparts, may shed light on the actual role played by carbohydrate in allergic sensitisation, IgE recognition and allergenic cross-reactivity.

IgE Reactivity to Common Cypress (C. Sempervirens) Pollen Extracts: Evidence for Novel Allergens

The extraction of water insoluble proteins allows the revelation of novel allergens as well as different allergen sensitization patterns in the C. sempervirens pollen allergy.

Airborne Cupressaceae pollen in southern Italy.

The allergenic airborne pollen of Cupressaceae was surveyed in the area of Bari (Southern Italy) over an 8-year period (1982-1989) and its duration was found to be on average 45 days, the largest amount recorded in winter and early spring.

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Trimming cypress tree hedges and its effects on subsequent pollination.

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  • Medicine
    Annals of allergy, asthma & immunology : official publication of the American College of Allergy, Asthma, & Immunology
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Cypress pollen: an unexpected major sensitizing agent in different regions of Italy.

Today, cypress pollen is the most frequent sensitizing aeroallergen in several areas of central Italy and Variations in the timing of the cypress pollination period may have favored this increased sensitization.

Airborne pollens and prevalence of pollenosis in western Liguria: a 10-year study.

Data suggest that a positive correlation between the pollen counts and the rate of sensitization exists for certain pollens, and for other species such a correlation was not apparent, and additional environmental factors maybe involved in the increased prevalence of sensitizations.