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Identification of an IgE-binding Region in Soybean Acidic Glycinin G1

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The acidic polypeptide chain of soybean glycinin G1 was identified as one of the several IgE-binding proteins by immuno-blotting with pooled sera from soy-allergic individuals. The region of IgE-binding within glycinin G1 was narrowed by in situ digestion with endoproteinase GluC followed by immuno-blotting of peptide products. This procedure resulted in a single IgE-binding fragment of approximately 15 kDa corresponding to residues 192 to 306 of the acidic chain of glycinin G1.
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Keywords: FOOD ALLERGY; GLYCININ; IGE-BINDING PROTEINS; SOYBEAN

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: March 1, 1999

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