References/Publications for RAST of Par o 1

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2441252 Mol Immunol. 1987 Mar;24(3):305-12.

Low molecular weight allergens of the pollen of Parietaria officinalis.

Ruffilli A, Oreste U, Santonastaso V, Scotto D' Abusco A, Sacerdoti G.

The allergenic composition of a low mol. wt fraction of the pollen extract of
Parietaria officinalis (PO) was investigated. Fraction C, that was eluted after
oxytocin (mol. wt 1040) when the pollen extract was gel filtered on Sephadex or
on Biogel, was cross-reactive in the RAST with the major allergen P015 and was
capable of eliciting histamine release from leukocytes of sensitive donors. RAST
inhibition (RAST I) analysis of the eluate of gel filtration on Sephadex G-10
revealed several peaks of IgE binding activity. Analysis of fine specificity of
response of individual patients carried out by skin-prick tests and by RAST I,
revealed individual patterns of reactivity, indicating that allergens contained
in fraction C were minor allergens.

PMID: 2441252 [Indexed for MEDLINE]
Int Arch Allergy Appl Immunol. 1990;91(4):411-8.

Isolation and in vitro translation of mRNA from inflorescences of Parietaria

Scotto d'Abusco A(1), Lo Schiavo F, Oreste U, Coscia MR, Santonastaso V,
Sacerdoti G, Ruffilli A.

1752693 Int Arch Allergy Appl Immunol. 1991;96(1):19-27.

Purification and characterization of Par o I, major allergen of Parietaria
officinalis pollen.

Oreste U(1), Coscia MR, Scotto d'Abusco A, Santonastaso V, Ruffilli A.

8748722 Allergy. 1995 Nov;50(11):899-904.

Basic isoforms of Par o 1, the major allergen of Parietaria officinalis pollen.

Coscia MR(1), Ruffilli A, Oreste U.