References/Publications for RAST of Bet v 1

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1353487 Hum Immunol. 1992 Apr;33(4):259-65.

Association between IgE response against Bet v I, the major allergen of birch
pollen, and HLA-DRB alleles.

Fischer GF(1), Pickl WF, Faé I, Ebner C, Ferreira F, Breiteneder H, Vikoukal E,
Scheiner O, Kraft D.


6886253 J Allergy Clin Immunol. 1983 Aug;72(2):150-9.

Isolation and immunochemical characterization of the major allergen of birch
pollen (Betula verrucosa).

Ipsen H, Løwenstein H.

The classification of some of the extractable birch pollen antigens as allergens
was established by crossed radioimmunoelectrophoresis (CRIE). In CRIE the major
allergen (antigen 23) exhibited the strongest "radiostaining," and only a few
other components of birch pollen extract were visibly radiostained. The major
allergen and a preparation containing mainly the minor allergens, antigens 25 and
19, were isolated from a crude aqueous birch pollen extract by a combination of
anion-exchange, size-exclusion, and chelate chromatography. Antigen 23 was
purified to near homogeneity. The molecular weights and the pIs of antigens 23,
25, and 19 were determined to be 17,000 daltons, pI 5.25 (5.5, 5.0); 25,000
daltons, pI 5.0 (4.9, 5.4); and 29,000 daltons, pI 6.2 (5.4), respectively. The
classification of antigen 23 as the major allergen in birch pollen was supported
by results of RAST inhibition experiments, RAST screening, and skin prick
testing.


PMID: 6886253 [Indexed for MEDLINE]
8789543
Clin Exp Allergy. 1996 Jan;26(1):50-60.

Serological and skin-test diagnosis of birch pollen allergy with recombinant Bet
v I, the major birch pollen allergen.

Menz G(1), Dolecek C, Schönheit-Kenn U, Ferreira F, Moser M, Schneider T, Suter
M, Boltz-Nitulescu G, Ebner C, Kraft D, Valenta R.


9011868 Pneumologie. 1996 Sep;50(9):632-40.

[Serologic and skin test diagnosis of birch pollen allergy with recombinant Bet v
1, the chief allergen of birch].

[Article in German]

Menz G(1), Dolecek C, Schönheit-Kenn U, Ferreira F, Moser M, Schneider T, Suter
M, Boltz-Nitulescu G, Ebner C, Kraft D, Valenta R.


9291291 Clin Exp Allergy. 1997 Aug;27(8):926-31.

Quantification in mass units of Bet v 1, the main allergen of Betula verrucosa
pollen, by a monoclonal antibody based-ELISA.

Ramírez J(1), Carpizo JA, Ipsen H, Carreira J, Lombardero M.


9802365 J Allergy Clin Immunol. 1998 Oct;102(4 Pt 1):579-91.

Recombinant birch pollen allergens (rBet v 1 and rBet v 2) contain most of the
IgE epitopes present in birch, alder, hornbeam, hazel, and oak pollen: a
quantitative IgE inhibition study with sera from different populations.

Niederberger V(1), Pauli G, Grönlund H, Fröschl R, Rumpold H, Kraft D, Valenta R,
Spitzauer S.


10550741 J Allergy Clin Immunol. 1999 Nov;104(5):969-77.

Skin test evaluation of genetically engineered hypoallergenic derivatives of the
major birch pollen allergen, Bet v 1: results obtained with a mix of two
recombinant Bet v 1 fragments and recombinant Bet v 1 trimer in a Swedish
population before the birch pollen season.

van Hage-Hamsten M(1), Kronqvist M, Zetterström O, Johansson E, Niederberger V,
Vrtala S, Grönlund H, Grönneberg R, Valenta R.


12209091 J Allergy Clin Immunol. 2002 Sep;110(3):435-42.

IgE to Bet v 1 and profilin: cross-reactivity patterns and clinical relevance.

Wensing M(1), Akkerdaas JH, van Leeuwen WA, Stapel SO, Bruijnzeel-Koomen CA,
Aalberse RC, Bast BJ, Knulst AC, van Ree R.


15461600 Allergy. 2004 Nov;59(11):1187-92.

Allergy to jackfruit: a novel example of Bet v 1-related food allergy.

Bolhaar ST(1), Ree R, Bruijnzeel-Koomen CA, Knulst AC, Zuidmeer L.