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- Ring, Johannes, et al. Show all 10 Authors
- Food research international 2017 v.100 pp. 748-756
- Betula; Fragaria ananassa; Western blotting; allergenicity; allergens; anthocyanins; antibodies; basophils; cross reaction; cultivars; enzymes; food safety; fruits; genotype; hypersensitivity; patients; pollen; proteins; ripening; strawberries
- ... The strawberry fruit Fra a 1-proteins are homologues of the major birch pollen allergen Bet v 1 and have essential biological functions in pigment formation during fruit ripening. Patients affected by allergy against birch pollen tolerated fruits of a naturally occurring white-fruited F.×ananassa genotype, which showed reduced levels of Fra a 1 proteins along with enzymes of the anthocyanin pigmen ...