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- Hucherig, Stephanie, et al. Show all 8 Authors
- Journal of agricultural and food chemistry 2016 v.64 no.18 pp. 3688-3696
- Betula; allergenicity; allergens; amino acid sequences; basophils; cultivars; food safety; fruits; gene expression; patients; pollen; proteins; ripening; strawberries
- ... The strawberry fruit proteins Fra a 1.01E–1.08 are homologues of the major birch pollen allergen Bet v 1. Three of the proteins are known to have essential biological functions in pigment formation during fruit ripening and seem to be responsible for allergic reactions to strawberry fruit. We evaluated the cross-reactive allergenic potential of these putative strawberry allergens in patients aller ...
- Hücherig, Stephanie, et al. Show all 8 Authors
- Journal of berry research 2013 v.3 no.4 pp. 197-201
- Betula; allergenicity; allergens; antibodies; breeding; food allergies; genotype; immune system; ingredients; patients; pollen; proteins; screening; sequence homology; strawberries
- ... BACKGROUND: Allergy to food is a hypersensitivity disorder of the immune system to normally harmless food ingredients. A promising solution for allergenic patients is the development of hypoallergenic food. OBJECTIVE: Selection and breeding of low-allergenic variety is the conventional strategy to produce hypoallergenic food. The strawberry fruit proteins Fra a 1.01E, Fra a 1.02 and Fra a 1.03 are ...
- Hücherig, Stephanie, et al. Show all 13 Authors
- Plant physiology 2013 v.163 no.1 pp. 43-60
- anthocyanins; biosynthesis; fruits; genes; lignin; metabolites; peroxidase; polyphenols; quantitative genetics; strawberries
- ... Metabolite profiling and quantitative genetics analyses uncover a strawberry peroxidase gene as an important factor controlling the flux to soluble (flavonoids) and insoluble (lignin) polyphenols in fruits . ...
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