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Unique identifier OMICS_12400
Name Allergome
Restrictions to use None
Community driven No
Data access Browse
User data submission Not allowed
Maintained Yes

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  • person_outline Adriano Mari

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Proteomic profiling of the weed feverfew, a neglected pollen allergen source

2017
Sci Rep
PMCID: 5519751
PMID: 28729676
DOI: 10.1038/s41598-017-06213-z
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[…] Fragment spectra were searched against NCBInr database using PEAKS Studio 7.5 with a false discovery rate (FDR) of 1%. Identification of allergenic proteins was based on similarity search against the Allergome database (uniprot release 29.03.2016) and subsequently constraint using database entries listed at the International Union of the Immunological Societies (IUIS) allergen nomenclature sub-com […]

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Common Amino Acid Subsequences in a Universal Proteome—Relevance for Food Science

2015
Int J Mol Sci
PMCID: 4613229
PMID: 26340620
DOI: 10.3390/ijms160920748

[…] oute of exposure (ingestion, inhalation, injection or contact), although several different routes can exist for the same allergen []. Routes of exposure for particular allergens are annotated e.g. in Allergome database [,]. Allergens are also divided into the following groups: food, indoor, outdoor and injected []. Organisms that synthesize proteins containing fragments identical to known epitopes […]

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Using 7 cm immobilized pH gradient strips to determine levels of clinically relevant proteins in wheat grain extracts

2015
Front Plant Sci
PMCID: 4464201
PMID: 26124766
DOI: 10.3389/fpls.2015.00433

[…] ein identifications were accepted if at least two different matched peptides had ion score higher than 30, meaning p < 0.05.For allergenicity assessments, identified proteins were queried against the Allergome database containing 2994 allergen entries, using Allergome Aligner module with an embedded NCBI blastp v.2.2.18 algorithm. Only hits with 100% sequence identity were accepted as clinically r […]

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Known Allergen Structures Predict Schistosoma mansoni IgE Binding Antigens in Human Infection

2015
Front Immunol
PMCID: 4315118
PMID: 25691884
DOI: 10.3389/fimmu.2015.00026

[…] r functional sequence similarity to families of known allergens.To compare known parasite and allergen structures, protein sequences of S. mansoni proteins with known 3D structure were used to search Allergome for allergens with similar sequence. Allergens with an E-value cut-off of <1 × 10−4 were searched for corresponding known 3D structures in Protein Data Bank. Protein models were generated us […]

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Characterization of expressed sequence tags from a full length enriched cDNA library of Cryptomeria japonica male strobili

2008
BMC Genomics
PMCID: 2568000
PMID: 18691438
DOI: 10.1186/1471-2164-9-383

[…] larities to ESTs that had previously been derived from C. japonica were determined with the BLASTN program. Similarities to known plant allergens were determined by BLASTX comparison with proteins in Allergome database []. We annotated protein families using a list of Pfam domain sequence (Pfam-A.fasta; release 21.0) [] using the BLASTX program and an E-value < 1e-10. We obtained domain annotation […]

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Comparative genomics of fungal allergens and epitopes shows widespread distribution of closely related allergen and epitope orthologues

2006
BMC Genomics
PMCID: 1613252
PMID: 17029625
DOI: 10.1186/1471-2164-7-251

[…] A database of 82 non-redundant fungal allergen sequences was compiled from 102 fungal allergen protein sequences from databases at Allergome [], SDAP, Allermatch [] and SwissProt []. The non redundant list contained the following allergen sequences: Alt a 1, Alt a 3, Alt a 4, Alt a 5, Alt a 6, Alt a 7, Alt a 8, Alt a 10, Alt a 12 […]

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Allergome institution(s)
Allergy Data Laboratories sc, Italy; Center for Clinical and Experimental Allergology, Rome, Italy; Panservice srl, Latina, Italy
Allergome funding source(s)
The Allergome platform is an independent project managed and financially supported by Allergy Data Laboratories sc, a non-for-profit company. The project is now also supported by unrestricted grants from Phadia (Uppsala, Sweden), Indoor Biotechnologies (Cardiff, United Kingdom), Laboratorios Leti (Barcelona, Spain), Siemens Medical Solutions Diagnostics (Los Angeles, CA, USA), Allergopharma (Reinbek, Germany), VBC-Genomics (Vienna, Austria), UCB Pharma (Pianezza, Italy), Biomay (Vienna, Austria), Stallergenes (Antony, France). The Allergome project receives funding from the following institutions: University of Nebraska, ‘‘Food Allergy Research and Resource Program’’ (Lincoln, NE, USA), University of Salzburg, Priority Programme ‘‘BioScience and Health’’ (Salzburg, Austria), Institute for Research in Biomedicine (Bellinzona, Switzerland), University ‘‘Gabriele D’Annunzio’’ di Chieti e Pescara, Allergy and Clinical Immunology Section (Chieti, Italy), and IDI-IRCCS (Rome, Italy).

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