Pectate Lyase Pollen Allergens: Sensitization Profiles and Cross-Reactivity Pattern

@inproceedings{Pichler2015PectateLP,
  title={Pectate Lyase Pollen Allergens: Sensitization Profiles and Cross-Reactivity Pattern},
  author={Ulrike Pichler and Michael Kent Hauser and M Wolf and Maria Livia Bernardi and Gabriele Gadermaier and Richard Weiss and Christof Ebner and Hidenori Yokoi and Toshiro Takai and Alain Didierlaurent and Chiara Rafaiani and Peter Briza and Adriano Mari and Heidrun Behrendt and Michael Wallner and F{\'a}tima Ferreira},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2015}
}
  • Ulrike Pichler, Michael Kent Hauser, +13 authors Fátima Ferreira
  • Published in PloS one 2015
  • Biology, Medicine
  • BACKGROUND Pollen released by allergenic members of the botanically unrelated families of Asteraceae and Cupressaceae represent potent elicitors of respiratory allergies in regions where these plants are present. As main allergen sources the Asteraceae species ragweed and mugwort, as well as the Cupressaceae species, cypress, mountain cedar, and Japanese cedar have been identified. The major allergens of all species belong to the pectate lyase enzyme family. Thus, we thought to investigate… CONTINUE READING

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