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2002). , 2003). , 2004). Subjects from three European countries showed different patterns of molecular reactivity; Italian subjects never exposed to gold kiwifruit were reactive to its allergens. Interestingly, the gold kiwifruit species seemed to lack any homologous molecule to the Act Chapter 2 • Current and Novel Methods for the Detection and Diagnosis of Food Allergy 35 d 1 allergen identiﬁed in green kiwifruit. This would allow subjects with isolated Act d 1 reactivity to consume gold kiwifruit.
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