Cross-reactive food allergy to PR-10 homologues in birch pollen sensitized patients

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Pollen allergy (pollinosis) is one of the most common allergic diseases. Majority of pollen allergy patients (47-70%) have a cross-reactive food allergy to fruits, vegetables, nuts and seeds. Oral allergic syndrome is the most common clinical manifestation of cross-reactive food allergy. The article presents the data on cross-reactive food allergy to Pr-10 homologues in birch pollen sensitized patients.

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A O Litovkina

NRC Institute of Immunology FMBA of Russia

Email: dr.litovkina@gmail.com

E S Fedenko

NRC Institute of Immunology FMBA of Russia

O G Elisutina

NRC Institute of Immunology FMBA of Russia

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