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Immunologic and molecular characterization of Amb p V allergens from Ambrosia psilostachya (western Ragweed) pollen.

Ghosh B, Rafnar T, Perry MP, Bassolino-Klimas D, Metzler WJ, Klapper DG, Marsh DG.

J Immunol. 1994 Mar 15;152(6):2882-9.

PMID:
7511632
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Multiple Amb a I allergens demonstrate specific reactivity with IgE and T cells from ragweed-allergic patients.

Bond JF, Garman RD, Keating KM, Briner TJ, Rafnar T, Klapper DG, Rogers BL.

J Immunol. 1991 May 15;146(10):3380-5.

PMID:
1709193
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Immunochemical and genetic studies of Amb.t. V (Ra5G), an Ra5 homologue from giant ragweed pollen.

Roebber M, Klapper DG, Goodfriend L, Bias WB, Hsu SH, Marsh DG.

J Immunol. 1985 May;134(5):3062-9.

PMID:
3856613
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Humoral and cellular cross-reactivity between Amb a 1, the major ragweed pollen allergen, and its mugwort homolog Art v 6.

Jahn-Schmid B, Hauser M, Wopfner N, Briza P, Berger UE, Asero R, Ebner C, Ferreira F, Bohle B.

J Immunol. 2012 Feb 1;188(3):1559-67. doi: 10.4049/jimmunol.1102445. Epub 2011 Dec 28.

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Complete sequence of the allergen Amb alpha II. Recombinant expression and reactivity with T cells from ragweed allergic patients.

Rogers BL, Morgenstern JP, Griffith IJ, Yu XB, Counsell CM, Brauer AW, King TP, Garman RD, Kuo MC.

J Immunol. 1991 Oct 15;147(8):2547-52.

PMID:
1717566
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The alpha and beta subchain of Amb a 1, the major ragweed-pollen allergen show divergent reactivity at the IgE and T-cell level.

Wopfner N, Jahn-Schmid B, Schmidt G, Christ T, Hubinger G, Briza P, Radauer C, Bohle B, Vogel L, Ebner C, Asero R, Ferreira F, Schwarzenbacher R.

Mol Immunol. 2009 Jun;46(10):2090-7. doi: 10.1016/j.molimm.2009.02.005. Epub 2009 Mar 9.

PMID:
19269031
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Immunoproteomic characterization of Ambrosia artemisiifolia pollen allergens in canine atopic dermatitis.

Ognjenovic J, Milcic-Matic N, Smiljanic K, Vuckovic O, Burazer L, Popovic N, Stanic-Vucinic D, Velickovic TC.

Vet Immunol Immunopathol. 2013 Sep 1;155(1-2):38-47. doi: 10.1016/j.vetimm.2013.06.005. Epub 2013 Jun 7.

PMID:
23830203
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Human T-cell responses to ragweed allergens: Amb V homologues.

Huang SK, Marsh DG.

Immunology. 1991 Jul;73(3):363-5.

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Bet v 1142-156 is the dominant T-cell epitope of the major birch pollen allergen and important for cross-reactivity with Bet v 1-related food allergens.

Jahn-Schmid B, Radakovics A, Lüttkopf D, Scheurer S, Vieths S, Ebner C, Bohle B.

J Allergy Clin Immunol. 2005 Jul;116(1):213-9.

PMID:
15990797
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Mapping of T-cell epitopes of Phl p 5: evidence for crossreacting and non-crossreacting T-cell epitopes within Phl p 5 isoallergens.

Müller WD, Karamfilov T, Kahlert H, Stüwe HT, Fahlbusch B, Cromwell O, Fiebig H, Jäger L.

Clin Exp Allergy. 1998 Dec;28(12):1538-48.

PMID:
10024226
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Immunologic analysis of monoclonal and immunoglobulin E antibody epitopes on natural and recombinant Amb a 1.

Wopfner N, Bauer R, Thalhamer J, Ferreira F, Chapman M.

Clin Exp Allergy. 2008 Jan;38(1):219-26. Epub 2007 Nov 19.

PMID:
18028463
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Studies of the HLA class II alleles involved in human responses to ragweed allergens Ambrosia artemisiifolia V (Ra5S) and Ambrosia trifida V (Ra5G)

Goldstein R, Yang WH, Drouin MA, Karsh J.

Tissue Antigens. 1992 Mar;39(3):122-7. Erratum in: Tissue Antigens 1994 Sep;44(3):208.

PMID:
1350871
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