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cDNA sequences of major allergenic proteins in Australian seafood species

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Title
cDNA sequences of major allergenic proteins in Australian seafood species
Type
Dataset
Date Record Created
2017-02-01
Date Record Modified
2017-11-09
Language
English
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    This dataset contains GenBank details of major allergen cDNA sequences from a variety of Australian seafood species. Sequences include Penaeus monodon t; ropomyosin mRNA, partial cds (GenBank accession number HM486525.1); Lates calcarifer beta-2-parvalbumin mRNA, complete cds (KF021279.1); Lates calcarifer beta-1-parvalbumin mRNA, complete cds (KF021278.1); Portunus pelagicus tropomyosin gene, complete cds (JX874982.1); Rastrelliger kanagurta parvalbumin mRNA, complete cds (KX527884.1); Penaeus monodon myosin light chain mRNA, partial cds (HM486526.1); Melicertus latisulcatus tropomyosin mRNA, complete cds (JX171685.1); Haliotis laevigata x Haliotis rubra tropomyosin mRNA, complete cds (KX961689.1); Cherax destructor tropomyosin mRNA, complete cds (KC291444.1); Jasus edwardsii tropomyosin mRNA, complete cds (KC291442.1); Thenus orientalis tropomyosin mRNA, complete cds (KC291443.1)

    Sequences are available from the links in the Data Management section of this record.

Related Publications
  1. Kamath, Sandip D., Rahman, Anas M. Abdel, Voskamp, Asrid, Komoda, Toshikazu, Rolland, Jennifer M., O'hehir, Robyn E., and Lopata, Andreas L. (2014) Effect of heat processing on antibody reactivity to allergen variants and fragments of black tiger prawn: a comprehensive allergenomic approach. Molecular Nutrition & Food Research, 58 (5). pp. 1144-1155.
  2. Sharp, Michael F., Kamath, Sandip D., Koeberl, Martina, Jerry, Dean R., O'Hehir, Robyn E., Campbell, Dianne E., and Lopata, Andreas L. (2014) Differential IgE binding to isoallergens from Asian seabass (Lates calcarifer) in children and adults. Molecular Immunology, 62 (1). pp. 77-85.
  3. Koeberl, Martina, Kamath, Sandip D., Saptarshi, Shruti R., Smout, Michael J., Rolland, Jennifer M., O'Hehir, Robyn E., and Lopata, Andreas L. (2014) Auto-induction for high yield expression of recombinant novel isoallergen tropomyosin from King prawn (Melicertus latisulcatus) for improved diagnostics and immunotherapeutics. Journal of Immunological Methods, 415. pp. 6-16.
  4. Kamath, Sandip D., Thomassen, Marte R., Saptarshi, Shruti R., Nguyen, Hong M.X., Aasmoe, Lisbeth, Bang, Berit E., and Lopata, Andreas L. (2014) Molecular and immunological approaches in quantifying the air-borne food allergen tropomyosin in crab processing facilities. International Journal of Hygiene and Environmental Health, 217 (7). pp. 740-750.
  5. Kamath, Sandip D., Rahman, Anas M. Abdel, Komoda, Toshikazu, and Lopata, Andreas L. (2013) Impact of heat processing on the detection of the major shellfish allergen tropomyosin in crustaceans and molluscs using specific monoclonal antibodies. Food Chemistry, 141 (4). pp. 4031-4039.
  6. Abramovitch, Jodie B., Kamath, Sandip, Varese, Nirupama, Zubrinich, Celia, Lopata, Andreas L., O'Hehir, Robyn E., and Rolland, Jennifer M. (2013) IgE reactivity of blue swimmer crab (Portunus pelagicus) tropomyosin, Por p 1, and other allergens; cross-reactivity with black tiger prawn and effects of heating. PLoS ONE, 8 (6). pp. 1-13.
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  1. Managed by: A/Prof Andreas Lopata , andreas.lopata@jcu.edu.au , Discipline of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology (6272), Centre for Sustainable Tropical Fisheries and Aquaculture, Centre for Biodiscovery and Molecular Development of Therapeutics
  2. Managed by: Mr Sandip Kamath , sandip.kamath@jcu.edu.au , Discipline of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology (6272), Centre for Biodiscovery and Molecular Development of Therapeutics
  3. Aggregated by: Mr Roni Nugraha , roni.nugraha@my.jcu.edu.au , Discipline of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology (6272), Centre for Biodiscovery and Molecular Development of Therapeutics
Primary Contact
Prof Andreas Lopata, andreas.lopata@jcu.edu.au
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Collaborators
  1. Tiange Liu, James Cook University, Townsville, Queensland
  2. Thimo Ruethers, James Cook University, Townsville, Queensland
  3. Michael Sharp, National Measurement Institute, Melbourne, Victoria
  4. Martina Koeberl, National Measurement Institute, Melbourne, Victoria
Subject
Fields of Research
  1. 110701 - Allergy (110701)
  2. 110106 - Medical Biochemistry: Proteins and Peptides (incl. Medical Proteomics) (110106)
Socio-Economic Objective
  1. 920108 - Immune System and Allergy (920108)
  2. 920203 - Diagnostic Methods (920203)
Keywords
  1. cDNA
  2. GenBank
  3. major allergens
  4. seafood
  5. food allergy
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Research Themes
Industries and Economies in the Tropics
Tropical Health, Medicine and Biosecurity
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NCBI places no restrictions on the use or distribution of the GenBank data.
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Data Citation
Cite:
Lopata, A.; Kamath, S.; Nugraha, R. (2017). cDNA sequences of major allergenic proteins in Australian seafood species. James Cook University. (dataset). 056225f799967f60650b8b49cf2d6ce1