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Allergen

Innate immunity

2001  
1
How can thermal processing modify the antigenicity of proteins?
[11298011] Allergy 56 Suppl 67(-): 56-60 (2001)
1998  
2
An update on allergens. Parietaria pollen allergens.
[9821470] Allergy 53(10): 917-21 (1998)
1998  
3
1998  
4
Allergen/irritant interaction--its role in sensitization and allergic disease.
[9574874] Allergy 53(4): 335-45 (1998)
2000  
5
Why are some proteins allergens?
[10828254] Toxicol Sci 55(2): 235-46 (2000)
2009  
6
Structural analysis of linear and conformational epitopes of allergens.
[19121639] Regul Toxicol Pharmacol 54(3 Suppl): S11-9 (2009)
2010  
7
Relevant B cell epitopes in allergic disease.
[19940500] Int Arch Allergy Immunol 152(1): 1-11 (2010)
2010  
8
New insights into innate immune mechanisms underlying allergenicity.
[20032970] Mucosal Immunol 3(2): 104-10 (2010)

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