Allergo Journal

, Volume 28, Issue 1, pp 49–60 | Cite as

Abstracts des 31. Mainzer Allergie-Workshops, 29./30. März 2019

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Allergene/Umweltfaktoren und Diagnostik/Prädiktion


Identification of novel allergens in the North Sea shrimp

Crangon crangon

A. Povalová1, M. Mieth1, S. Randow1, E. Völker1, L. Schwaben1, J. Spiric1, A. Reuter1, J. Lidholm2, E. Enrique3, S. Vieths1, B. Ballmer-Weber4, T. Holzhauser1

1Paul-Ehrlich-Institut, Langen;2Thermo Fisher Scientific, Uppsala, Sweden;3General Hospital Castellón, Castellón, Spain;4University Hospital Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland

Background: Shrimp is a known cause of food allergy and anaphylaxis. Six allergens (17-45 kDa) were identified in our previously published work about the North Sea shrimp Crangon crangon. However, the IgE binding capacity of the single allergen components Cra c 1, Cra c 2, Cra c 4, Cra c 5, Cra c 6 and Cra c 8 is still incomplete in comparison to shrimp total protein.

Aim: To identify additional C. crangon allergens as a basis for a comprehensive component-resolved diagnosis (CRD) study.

Methods:Sera of 29 shrimp allergic individuals...

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