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■ Abbreviation / Long Form : PFS / pollen-food syndrome

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Abbreviation:   PFS  (>> Co-occurring Abbreviation)
Long Form:   pollen-food syndrome
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No. Year Title Co-occurring Abbreviation
2020 Frequency and clinical features of pollen-food syndrome in children. AR
2019 Birch pollen allergy in Europe. HRQoL
2019 Lipid Transfer Protein allergy in the United Kingdom: Characterization and comparison with a matched Italian cohort. LTP, UK
2018 The concordance between component tests and clinical history in British adults with suspected pollen-food syndrome to peanut and hazelnut. LTP, sIgE
2016 Endotypes of pollen-food syndrome in children with seasonal allergic rhinoconjunctivitis: a molecular classification. OAS, SAR
2016 Pollen food syndrome amongst children with seasonal allergic rhinitis attending allergy clinic. SAR, SPT
2015 Fruit and vegetable allergy. LTP
2014 Cross-reactivity syndromes: presentation of two cases and review of the literature. ---
2014 Differences in the intrinsic immunogenicity and allergenicity of Bet v 1 and related food allergens revealed by site-directed mutagenesis. SIT
10  2014 The prevalence of the oral allergy syndrome and pollen-food syndrome in an atopic paediatric population in south-west Sydney. OAS, SPTs
11  2013 The prevalence of PFS and prevalence and characteristics of reported food allergy; a survey of UK adults aged 18-75 incorporating a validated PFS diagnostic questionnaire. ---
12  2011 Development and validation of a structured questionnaire for the diagnosis of oral allergy syndrome in subjects with seasonal allergic rhinitis during the UK birch pollen season. AR, RTM
13  2009 Identification of B-cell epitopes of Bet v 1 involved in cross-reactivity with food allergens. ---
14  2006 Pollen-food syndromes associated with weed pollinosis: an update from the molecular point of view. IgE