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Gregory et al (2016) Immunotherapy using algal-produced Ara h 1 core domain suppresses peanut allergy in mice. Plant Biotech. J. 14(7) 1541 PMID: 26801740
Tian et al (2018) Effects of different thermal processing methods on the structure and allergenicity of peanut allergen Ara h 1. Food Sci. Nutri. 6(6) 1706 PMID: 30258615
Ara h 1 is one of the major allergenic proteins from peanut (Arachis hypogaea) which contains approximately 13 potential allergenic proteins.
Ara h 1 is a member of the 7/8 S globulin (vicilin) family of seed storage proteins belonging to the cupin superfamily and is the most abundant allergen present in the peanut kernel. Ara h 1 plays an important role in the allergy sensitising procedure and can be recognised by 90% of patients with a peanut allergy.
This peptide represents a tryptic peptide of Ara h 1.
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