A Human Monoclonal IgE Antibody Defines a Highly Allergenic Fragment of th Major Timothy Grass Pollen Allergen, Phl p 5: Molecular, Immunological, and Structural Characterization of the Epitope-Containing Domain

Sabine Flicker, Susanne Vrtala, Peter Steinberger, Luca Vangelista, Albrecht Bufe, Arnd Petersen, Minoo Ghannadan, Wolfgang R Sperr, Peter Valent, Lars Norderhaug, Barbara Bohle, Hannes Stockinger, Cenk Suphioglu, Eng Kok Ong, Dietrich Kraft, Rudolf Valenta

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Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)3849 - 3859
Number of pages11
JournalJournal of Immunology
Publication statusPublished - 2000

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Flicker, S., Vrtala, S., Steinberger, P., Vangelista, L., Bufe, A., Petersen, A., Ghannadan, M., Sperr, W. R., Valent, P., Norderhaug, L., Bohle, B., Stockinger, H., Suphioglu, C., Ong, E. K., Kraft, D., & Valenta, R. (2000). A Human Monoclonal IgE Antibody Defines a Highly Allergenic Fragment of th Major Timothy Grass Pollen Allergen, Phl p 5: Molecular, Immunological, and Structural Characterization of the Epitope-Containing Domain. Journal of Immunology, 3849 - 3859.