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Investigation of Fungal Strains Composition in Fruit Pollens for Artificial Pollination

Do H, Kim SH, Cho G, Kim DR, Kwak YS

Plants pollination are conducted through various pollinators such as wind, animals, and insects. Recently, the necessity for artificial pollination is drawing attention as the proportion of natural pollinators involved is...
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Confusing a Pollen Grain with a Parasite Egg: Infection or Traditional Medicine?

Mowlavi G, Paknezhad , Dupouy-Camet J, Pierre Hugot J

Camacho & Reinhard stated in the December 2019 issue of the KJP (57: 621-625) that we confused a pollen grain with an Enterobius egg found in the grave of a...
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Allergenic Pollen Calendar in Korea Based on Probability Distribution Models and Up-to-Date Observations

Shin JY, Han MJ, Cho C, Kim KR, Ha JC, Oh JW

PURPOSE: The pollen calendar is the simplest forecasting method for pollen concentrations. As pollen concentrations are liable to seasonal variations due to alterations in climate and land-use, it is necessary...
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Pollen-food allergy syndrome in children

Jeon YH

Pollen-food allergy syndrome (PFAS) is an immunoglobulin E-mediated immediate allergic reaction caused by cross-reactivity between pollen and the antigens of foods—such as fruits, vegetables, or nuts—in patients with pollen allergy....
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A Case of Localized Cutaneous Bee Pollen Allergy Showing an Unusual Histopathologic Finding of Subcorneal Eosinophilic Microabscess

Kim HY, Kim JH, Lee JH, Lee SK, Kim MS, Lee UH

  • KMID: 2508896
  • Korean J Dermatol.
  • 2020 Nov;58(9):628-630.
Bee pollen is a mixture made by worker bees and consists of pollen, nectar, and salivary secretions. Due to its abundant nutritional and medicinal effects, people are consuming bee pollen...
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Bee pollen-induced anaphylaxis: Report of a patient with oral allergy syndrome

Shim JS, Kim MH, Cho YJ

Bee pollen is a mixture of pollen, nectar collected by honeybees, and digestive enzymes secreted from honeybees, which is consumed as a dietary supplement. We experienced a case of anaphylaxis...
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Revision of threshold levels for evoking pollinosis to oak, pine, Japanese hop, and ragweed in the metropolitan area Seoul, Korea

Choi YJ, Jeon JH, Jeong JH, Kim KR, Lee YS, Oh JW

Purpose: The threshold levels for symptom development of pollinosis vary among studies and countries. This study aimed to determine currently used threshold levels for it. Methods: Oak, pine, Japanese hop, and...
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Association between fruit and vegetable allergies and pollen-food allergy syndrome in Japanese children: a multicenter cross-sectional case series

Takemura Y, Takaoka Y, Arima T, Masumi H, Yamasaki K, Nagai M, Sugimoto K, Hamada M, Takano T, Doi M, Kawakami T, Kameda M

BACKGROUND: Recently, the prevalence of food allergies during childhood is increasing, with fruits being common allergens. However, data on allergens that cause fruit and vegetable allergies and pollen-food allergy syndrome...
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Deep Neural Network-Based Concentration Model for Oak Pollen Allergy Warning in South Korea

Seo YA, Kim KR, Cho C, Oh JW, Kim TH

PURPOSE: Oak is the dominant tree species in Korea. Oak pollen has the highest sensitivity rate among all allergenic tree species in Korea. A deep neural network (DNN)-based estimation model...
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Subcutaneous Immunotherapy in Patients with Fagales Pollen-Induced Oral Allergy Syndrome

Kong N, Kim S, Lee SC, Park KH, Lee JH, Park JW

Oral allergy syndrome (OAS) is the most common food allergy-related condition in adults. This study aimed to investigate whether subcutaneous immunotherapy (SCIT) with Fagales pollen-containing extracts can improve the clinical...
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Confusing a Pollen Grain with a Parasite Egg: an Appraisal of “Paleoparasitological Evidence of Pinworm (Enterobius Vermicularis) Infection in a Female Adolescent Residing in Ancient Tehran”

Camacho M, Reinhard K

There is often the risk of confusing pollen grains with helminth eggs from archaeological sites. Thousands to millions of pollen grains can be recovered from archaeological burial sediments that represent...
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Tree Pollen Sensitization and Cross-Reaction of Children with Allergic Rhinitis or Asthma

Park YJ, Hwang YH

OBJECTIVES: Tree pollen causes allergic rhinitis and asthma. We investigated children who diagnosed as rhinitis or asthma, living in Busan, for tree allergen sensitization, component allergen, oral allergy syndrome, and...
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A study on the correlation between outbreak of allergic rhinitis and airborne pollen in September

Kim JS, So HJ, Kim JH, Lim DH

PURPOSE: Various studies have investigated factors related to the prevalence of allergic rhinitis (AR). We studied the correlation between the outbreaks of AR and airborne pollen in September. METHODS: According to...
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Clinical Manifestations and Risk Factors of Anaphylaxis in Pollen-Food Allergy Syndrome

Kim M, Ahn Y, Yoo Y, Kim DK, Yang HJ, Park HS, Lee HJ, Kim MA, Jeong YY, Kim BS, Bae WY, Jang AS, Park Y, Koh YI, Lee J, Lim DH, Kim JH, Lee SM, Kim YM, Jun YJ, Kim HY, Kim Y, Choi JH, Work Group for Rhinitis, the Korean Academy of Asthma, Allergy and Clinical Immunology

PURPOSE: Many studies have reported that pollen-food allergy syndrome (PFAS) can cause anaphylaxis. No comprehensive investigations into anaphylaxis in PFAS have been conducted, however. In this study, we investigated the...
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Pollen/Fruit Syndrome: Clinical Relevance of the Cypress Pollen Allergenic Gibberellin-Regulated Protein

Sénéchal H, Keykhosravi S, Couderc R, Selva MA, Shahali Y, Aizawa T, Busnel JM, Arif R, Mercier I, Pham-Thi N, Charpin DA, Poncet P

A pollen/food-associated syndrome (PFAS) has been described between peach and cypress pollen. Cross-reactive allergens were characterized which belong to the Gibberellin-regulated protein (GRP) family, BP14 in cypress pollen and Pru...
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Mugwort Pollen-Related Food Allergy: Lipid Transfer Protein Sensitization and Correlation With the Severity of Allergic Reactions in a Chinese Population

Deng S, Yin J

PURPOSE: Little is known about the importance of lipid transfer protein (LTP) sensitization in China. In this study, we investigated the relationship between LTP sensitization and the severity of clinical...
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IgE Cross-Reactivity between Humulus japonicus and Humulus lupulus

Jeong KY, Lee J, Mistrello , Park KH, Park JW

PURPOSE: Japanese hop (Humulus japonicus) is a major cause of weed pollinosis in East Asia. However, supplies of commercial allergen extract from this plant have not met clinical demand. The...
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The impact of climate change on pollen allergy in Korea

Oh JW

Weather may alter the concentrations of pollens which can subsequently influence the occurrence of allergic diseases. Many studies have demonstrated that greenhouse gases increase pollen concentration. Daily fluctuations in the...
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Oral Allergy Syndrome in Birch Pollen-Sensitized Patients from a Korean University Hospital

Kim JH, Kim SH, Park HW, Cho SH, Chang YS

BACKGROUND: Oral allergy syndrome (OAS) is a type of allergic reaction that mainly occurs on oral contact with raw fruit, vegetables, or nuts. The most common type of OAS is...
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The Incidence of Delayed-Type Hypersensitivity Reactions to Apples Among Patients Allergic to Birch Pollen

Wagner A, Zielińska-Bliźniewska H, Wagner W

The major apple allergen Mal d 1 cross-reacts with the homologous birch pollen allergen Bet v 1 and causes immunoglobulin E (IgE)-mediated immediate-type allergic reactions. In some patients, delayed-type hypersensitivity...
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