Grass pollen allergens
Kliene-Tebbe, J. & Davies, J.M. (2014) Grass pollen allergens. In Akdis, C.A. & Agache, I. (Eds.) Global Atlas of Allergy. European Academy of Allergy and Clinical Immunology (EAACI), Zurich, Switzerland, pp. 22-26.
Pollens from diverse grass plants are main contributors to seasonal inhalant allergies worldwide. Grass group 1 and 5 allergens represent highly cross-reactive and potent major allergens, group 5 present only in temperate climate grasses (Pooideae). Depending on climate and region, global sensitization rates to grass pollen vary between 1% to 30% of the general population,. Strong evidence supports specific immunotherapy with grass pollen extracts.
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