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Cross-reactivity between olive and other species. Role of Ole e 1-related proteins


Cross-reactivity between olive and other species. Role of Ole e 1-related proteins



Allergy 57(Suppl): 29-34



ISSN/ISBN: 0105-4538

PMID: 12173266

DOI: 10.1034/j.1398-9995.2002.057s71029.x

This paper focuses on Ole e 1, the main allergen of olive pollen. The Ole e 1 homologues in Oleaceae and in non-Oleaceae pollens are described, and the role of N-linked glycan on cross-reactivity is discussed. Ole e 1 homologues of different Oleaceae species have a very similar amino acid sequence (~90% identity) and in vivo and in vitro reactivities indicating a relevant role in the IgE cross-reactivity detected in Oleaceae pollens at least in mono- and oligo-sensitized patients.

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