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Int Arch Allergy Immunol (2018) 175 (3): 181–188.
Published Online: 16 January 2018
...Ken-ichi Nagakura; Sakura Sato; Noriyuki Yanagida; Makoto Nishino; Tomoyuki Asaumi; Kiyotake Ogura; Motohiro Ebisawa Background: Reports on oral immunotherapy (OIT) for anaphylactic food allergy are lacking. We investigated the efficacy and safety of peanut OIT for anaphylactic patients. Methods...
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Int Arch Allergy Immunol (2017) 172 (2): 106–115.
Published Online: 08 March 2017
...Dwan Price; M. Leigh Ackland; Cenk Suphioglu Background: Peanuts are still one of the highest contributors to anaphylactic deaths after ingestion of a food allergen. At the molecular level, interactions between peanut allergens and the intestinal epithelium are largely unexplored. Previous findings...
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Int Arch Allergy Immunol (2013) 160 (3): 251–258.
Published Online: 16 October 2012
...Xueni Chen; Qian Wang; Rabab El-Mezayen; Yonghua Zhuang; Stephen C. Dreskin Background: The moderately homologous (approx. 60%) proteins Ara h 2 and Ara h 6 are the most potent peanut allergens. This study was designed to define the relative individual contributions of Ara h 2 and Ara h 6...
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Int Arch Allergy Immunol (2012) 159 (2): 209–212.
Published Online: 01 June 2012
...A. Asarnoj; S. Glaumann; L. Elfström; G. Lilja; J. Lidholm; C. Nilsson; M. Wickman Diagnosis of peanut allergy has improved thanks to component-resolved diagnostics. Peanut allergen component Ara h 2 is considered to indicate true peanut allergy. The component Ara h 6 is structurally similar to Ara...
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Int Arch Allergy Immunol (2011) 155 (4): 345–354.
Published Online: 22 February 2011
...Ian N. Glaspole; Maria P. de Leon; Sara R. Prickett; Robyn E. O’Hehir; Jennifer M. Rolland Background: Peanut and tree nut allergies are life-threatening conditions for many affected individuals worldwide. Currently there is no cure. While co-allergy to peanut and tree nuts is a common clinical...
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Int Arch Allergy Immunol (2009) 148 (2): 109–117.
Published Online: 19 September 2008
... mice), or cashew plus walnut, utilizing alum as an adjuvant. Both groups underwent challenges to cashew, walnut and peanut, with subsequent monitoring of anaphylactic reactions. Anaphylactic antibodies were quantified by ELISA, and protein allergens were identified by Western blotting. Cellular...
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Int Arch Allergy Immunol (2008) 146 (4): 267–276.
Published Online: 21 March 2008
... seems to appear in patients with an existing peanut allergy. In the present study, IgE-binding studies towards fractionated lupin seed proteins, and peanut and almond proteins were performed using sera from patients with confirmed lupin allergy. Methods: Immunoblotting and indirect ELISA were performed...
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Int Arch Allergy Immunol (2004) 135 (1): 36–39.
Published Online: 22 September 2004
...Christiane K. Fæste; Martinus Løvik; Harald G. Wiker; Eliann Egaas Background: In a case monitored by the Norwegian National Register for Severe Allergic Reactions to Food, a patient with peanut allergy experienced an allergic reaction after eating a particular brand of hot dog bread. The aim...
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Int Arch Allergy Immunol (2003) 131 (1): 14–18.
Published Online: 16 May 2003
...Jean-Marc Chatel; Hervé Bernard; Frank M. Orson Background: Ara h 2 is a major peanut allergen recognized by IgE in more than 90% of patients. After electrophoretic separation the purified protein exists as a doublet, and sequences of one incomplete cDNA and one genomic clone for this allergen have...
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Int Arch Allergy Immunol (1999) 118 (2-4): 298–299.
Published Online: 23 April 1999
..., quality or safety. The publisher and the editor(s) disclaim responsibility for any injury to persons or property resulting from any ideas, methods, instructions or products referred to in the content or advertisements. Rice Corn Soybean Peanut Allergens Cross– reactivity Although cited...