MdAP, a novel protein in apple, is associated with the major allergen Mal d 1.

@article{Puehringer2003MdAPAN,
  title={MdAP, a novel protein in apple, is associated with the major allergen Mal d 1.},
  author={Helene Maria Puehringer and Irene Zinoecker and Gorji Marzban and Hermann Katinger and Margit Laimer},
  journal={Gene},
  year={2003},
  volume={321},
  pages={173-83}
}
Mal d 1, an 18-kDa intracellular pathogenesis-related protein (PR-10), has been known since long as the major apple allergen in Middle and Northern Europe. However, its biological function, as that of many other PR-10 proteins, is still unknown. In order to identify proteins putatively interacting with Mal d 1, an expression library of Malus domestica was screened using the yeast-two-hybrid (Y2H) system. A novel protein binding to two isoforms of Mal d 1 being used as 'bait' was isolated. The… CONTINUE READING

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