Pollen recombinant allergens

Pollen is a fine yellowish powder that is transported from one plant to another by wind, birds, insects and other animals. The spread of pollen helps to fertilize plants and causes innumerable allergies throughout the year in many people. This group contains pollens of trees and grasses.

Mugwort (Artemisia vulgaris)
Allergen name: Art v 1
Group: defensin-like protein
References: RAL0005
Allergen name: Art v 3
Group: non-specific lipid transfer protein type 1 (LTP)
References: RAL0006
Silver birch (Betula verrucosa)Flyer
Allergen name: Bet v 1
Group: pathogenesis-related protein (PR-10)
References: RAL0011
Allergen name: Bet v 4
Group: polcalcin
References: RAL0009
Olive (Olea europaea)Flyer
Allergen name: Ole e 1
Group: proteins similar to ole e 1
References: RAL0012
Allergen name: Ole e 2
Group: profilin
References: RAL0010
Pellitory-of-the-Wall (Parietaria judaica)
Allergen name: Par j 2
Group: phospholipid transfer protein (LTP)
References: RAL0020
Timothy grass (Phleum pratense)Flyer
Allergen name: Phl p 1
Group: beta-expansin
References: RAL0001
Allergen name: Phl p 12
Group: profilin
References: RAL0004
Allergen name: Phl p 5a
Group: unkown
References: RAL0003
Allergen name: Phl p 5b
Group: unkown
References: RAL0017
Allergen name: Phl p 7
Group: polcalcin
References: RAL0002
London plane tree (Platanus acerifolia)
Allergen name: Pla a 1
Group: invertase inhibitor
References: RAL0019
Allergen name: Pla a 3
Group: non-specific lipid transfer protein type 1 (LTP)
References: RAL0021
Russian thistle (Salsola kali)
Allergen name: Sal k 1
Group: pectin methylesterase
References: RAL0018