Peamacléine Pru p 7 : épidémiologie, implications cliniques et place dans le diagnostic moléculaire de l’allergie à la pêche en région méditerranéenne

@article{Klingebiel2017PeamaclinePP,
  title={Peamacl{\'e}ine Pru p 7 : {\'e}pid{\'e}miologie, implications cliniques et place dans le diagnostic mol{\'e}culaire de l’allergie {\`a} la p{\^e}che en r{\'e}gion m{\'e}diterran{\'e}enne},
  author={C. Klingebiel and A. Poisson and Jonas Lidholm and Alain Ehrenberg and J. {\"O}stling and V. Liabeuf and Claire Agabriel and Jo{\"e}lle Birnbaum and F. Porri and R. Arif-Lusson and Marion Gouitaa and A. Aferiat-Derome and Denis Charpin and Tunde Sofalvi and I. Cabon-Boudard and Yann-Patrick Massabie-Bouchat and C. Soler and I. Cleach and Jean-Louis M{\`e}ge and J. Vitte},
  journal={Revue Francaise D Allergologie},
  year={2017},
  volume={58},
  pages={16-22}
}

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TLDR
The newly described peach allergen Pru p 7 has gained recent attention as a potential peach allergy severity marker and its allergenic homologues of the gibberellin‐regulated protein family occurs in areas with high Cupressaceae tree pollen exposure.
Characterization of a 7 kDa pollen allergen belonging to the gibberellin‐regulated protein family from three Cupressaceae species
Severe allergy to fruits mediated by a 7 kDa allergen belonging to the gibberellin‐regulated protein (GRP) family is known to be associated with Cupressaceae pollinosis.

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