Total transcriptome, proteome, and allergome of Johnson grass pollen, which is important for allergic rhinitis in subtropical regions.

@article{Campbell2014TotalTP,
  title={Total transcriptome, proteome, and allergome of Johnson grass pollen, which is important for allergic rhinitis in subtropical regions.},
  author={Bradley C. Campbell and E K Gilding and Victoria L Timbrell and Preethi Guru and Dorothy Loo and Danila Zennaro and Adriano Mari and Graham O. Solley and Michelle M. Hill and Ian D Godwin and Janet Mary Davies},
  journal={The Journal of allergy and clinical immunology},
  year={2014},
  volume={135 1},
  pages={
          133-42
        }
}
BACKGROUND Genomic data are lacking for many allergen sources. To circumvent this limitation, we implemented a strategy to reveal the repertoire of pollen allergens of a grass with clinical importance in subtropical regions, where an increasing proportion of the world's population resides. OBJECTIVE We sought to identify and immunologically characterize the allergenic components of the Panicoideae Johnson grass pollen (JGP; Sorghum halepense). METHODS The total pollen transcriptome… CONTINUE READING
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