Interaction of Alt a 1 with SLC22A17 in the airway mucosa.

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Summary of "Interaction of Alt a 1 with SLC22A17 in the airway mucosa."

Despite all the efforts made up to now, the reasons that facilitate a protein becoming an allergen have not been elucidated yet. Alt a 1 protein is the major fungal allergen responsible for chronic asthma, but little is known about its immunological activity. Our main purpose was to investigate the ligand-dependent interactions of Alt a 1 in the human airway epithelium.


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Name: Allergy
ISSN: 1398-9995


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