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Academic Article A method to trap IgG antibodies within functional membrane vesicles.
Academic Article Respirable tire fragments contain specific IgE-binding and bridging latex antigens.
Academic Article High-affinity oligonucleotide ligands to human IgE inhibit binding to Fc epsilon receptor I.
Academic Article Dose dependence and time course of the immunologic response to administration of standardized cat allergen extract.
Academic Article Effector activity of peanut allergens: a critical role for Ara h 2, Ara h 6, and their variants.
Academic Article Peanut-allergic subjects and their peanut-tolerant siblings have large differences in peanut-specific IgG that are independent of HLA class II.
Academic Article IgE receptor-mediated hydrolysis of phosphoinositides by cytoplasts from rat basophilic leukemia cells.
Academic Article Peanut allergy: an evolving clinical challenge.
Academic Article Ara h 2 and Ara h 6 have similar allergenic activity and are substantially redundant.
Academic Article The high-affinity receptor for immunoglobulin E. Prospects for the therapy of immediate hypersensitivity reactions.
Academic Article Elevated urinary histamine in the hyperimmunoglobulin E and recurrent infection (Job's) syndrome: association with eczematoid dermatitis and not with infection.
Academic Article Immunoglobulins in the hyperimmunoglobulin E and recurrent infection (Job's) syndrome. Deficiency of anti-Staphylococcus aureus immunoglobulin A.
Academic Article Arachidonate-induced eicosanoid synthesis in RBL-2H3 cells: stimulation with antigen or A23187 induces prolonged activation of 5-lipoxygenase.
Academic Article Comparative potency of Ara h 1 and Ara h 2 in immunochemical and functional assays of allergenicity.
Academic Article Production of TNF-alpha by murine bone marrow derived mast cells activated by the bacterial fimbrial protein, FimH.
Academic Article Anti-inflammatory effect of thymoquinone in a mouse model of allergic lung inflammation.
Academic Article A double-blind, placebo-controlled immunotherapy dose-response study with standardized cat extract.
Academic Article RBL cells expressing human Fc epsilon RI are a sensitive tool for exploring functional IgE-allergen interactions: studies with sera from peanut-sensitive patients.
Academic Article Contribution of Ara h 2 to peanut-specific, immunoglobulin E-mediated, cell activation.
Academic Article Genetics of food allergy.
Academic Article Chronic urticaria sera increase basophil CD203c expression.
Academic Article Association of genetic variants of CD14 with peanut allergy and elevated IgE levels in peanut allergic individuals.
Academic Article Metabolism of immunoglobulin E in patients with markedly elevated serum immunoglobulin E levels.
Academic Article Expression of recombinant Ara h 6 in Pichia pastoris but not in Escherichia coli preserves allergic effector function and allows assessment of specific mutations.
Academic Article Redefining the major peanut allergens.
Academic Article Evolution of the hyperimmunoglobulin E and recurrent infection (HIE, JOB's) syndrome in a young girl.
Concept Immunoglobulin A
Concept Immunoglobulin D
Concept Immunoglobulin E
Concept Immunoglobulin A, Secretory
Concept Immunoglobulin Fc Fragments
Concept IgG Deficiency
Concept Immunoglobulin M
Concept Immunoglobulin G
Academic Article Vitamin E, ?-tocopherol, diminishes ex vivo basophil response to dust mite allergen.
Academic Article Ara h 6 complements Ara h 2 as an important marker for IgE reactivity to peanut.
Academic Article Epitope analysis of Ara h 2 and Ara h 6: characteristic patterns of IgE-binding fingerprints among individuals with similar clinical histories.
Academic Article Allergenicity of peanut component Ara h 2: Contribution of conformational versus linear hydroxyproline-containing epitopes.
Academic Article B cells establish, but do not maintain, long-lived murine anti-peanut IgE(a).
Academic Article Conformational IgE epitopes of peanut allergens Ara h 2 and Ara h 6.
Academic Article Prolonged Treatment of Peanut-Allergic Mice with Bortezomib Significantly Reduces Serum Anti-Peanut IgE but Does Not Affect Allergic Symptoms.
Academic Article Application of phage peptide display technology for the study of food allergen epitopes.
Academic Article Chemically modified peanut extract shows increased safety while maintaining immunogenicity.
Grant Designing peptides to block Ara h 2 and Ara h 6 from binding to IgE
Academic Article Variable IgE cross-reactivity between peanut 2S-albumins: The case for measuring IgE to both Ara h 2 and Ara h 6.
Academic Article Human monoclonal antibodies to Ara h 2 inhibit allergen-induced, IgE-mediated cell activation.
Academic Article IgE binding to linear epitopes of Ara h 2 in peanut allergic preschool children undergoing oral Immunotherapy.
Academic Article The importance of the 2S albumins for allergenicity and cross-reactivity of peanuts, tree nuts, and sesame seeds.
Grant Characterizing and optimizing IgE and IgG4 microarray peptide assays for Ara h 2
Academic Article Immunodominant conformational and linear IgE epitopes lie in a single segment of Ara h 2.
Academic Article Structure and IgE Cross-Reactivity among Cashew, Pistachio, Walnut, and Peanut Vicilin-Buried Peptides.
Academic Article IgE cross-inhibition between Ara h 1 and Ara h 2 is explained by complex formation of both major peanut allergens.
Academic Article Alanine Scanning of the Unstructured Region of Ara h 2 and of a Related Mimotope Reveals Critical Amino Acids for IgE Binding.

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