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Recombinant allergens Pru av 1 and Pru av 4 and a newly identified lipid transfer protein in the in vitro diagnosis of cherry allergy
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Recombinant Pru p 3 and natural Pru p 3, a major peach allergen, show equivalent immunologic reactivity: a new tool for the diagnosis of fruit allergy.
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Evidence for a lipid transfer protein as the major allergen of apricot.
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Lipid transfer proteins from fruit: cloning, expression and quantification.
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Patterns of reactivity to lipid transfer proteins of plant foods and Artemisia pollen: an in vivo study.
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Sensitive and specific detection of potentially allergenic almond (Prunus dulcis) in complex food matrices by Taqman(®) real-time polymerase chain reaction in comparison to commercially available protein-based enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay.
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Solubilization and electrophoretic characterization of select edible nut seed proteins.
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