Current Overview of Allergens of Plant Pathogenesis Related Protein Families

@inproceedings{Sinha2014CurrentOO,
  title={Current Overview of Allergens of Plant Pathogenesis Related Protein Families},
  author={M. Goudou Sinha and Rashmi Singh and Gajraj Singh Kushwaha and N. Iqbal and Avinash Kumar Singh and Sanket Kaushik and Manoj Kumar and Sujata Atul Sharma and Tej P Singh},
  booktitle={TheScientificWorldJournal},
  year={2014}
}
Pathogenesis related (PR) proteins are one of the major sources of plant derived allergens. These proteins are induced by the plants as a defense response system in stress conditions like microbial and insect infections, wounding, exposure to harsh chemicals, and atmospheric conditions. However, some plant tissues that are more exposed to environmental conditions like UV irradiation and insect or fungal attacks express these proteins constitutively. These proteins are mostly resistant to… CONTINUE READING

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