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Factors affecting gene expression of lipid transfer protein (LTP), the major allergen of peach fruit


Factors affecting gene expression of lipid transfer protein (LTP), the major allergen of peach fruit



Acta Horticulturae 592: 237-243



ISSN/ISBN: 0567-7572

DOI: 10.17660/actahortic.2002.592.33

Considering the increase of fruit allergy diseases, a specific research on some molecular aspects of lipid transfer protein (LTP), the major allergen of peach, has been carried out. Fruits of four peach cultivars (Sentry, Royal Gemm, Summered and Tardiva Zuliani) were harvested at commercial ripeness and stored at 20 or 4 degrees C. A 269-bp cDNA fragment (named Pp-LTP1) was PCR-synthesized from poly A+ mRNA extracted from epicarp of Sentry using degenerated primers.

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