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Enzyme zerstören die Hautoberfläche 

Der p 1 facilitates transepithelial allergen delivery by disruption of tight junctions

Reduction of skin barrier function by proteolitic activity of a recombinant house dust mite myjor allergen DER f 1


Enzyme verstärken die Immunantwort

Recombinant Der p1 and Der f 1 with in vitro enzymatic activity to cleave human CD 23 (IgE-rec) CD 25 (IL-2_rec) and alpha1-antitripsin, and in vivo IgE-eliciting activity in mice
Proteolitic activity of the house dust mite allergen Der p1 enhances allergenicity in a mouse inhalation model



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