Pathways & interactions
Bet v I type allergen (IPR024949)
Short name: Bet_v_I_allergen
Overlapping homologous superfamilies
- START-like domain superfamily (IPR023393)
This family consists of a number of plant proteins that are structurally related [PMID: 2571499, PMID: 1371403, PMID: 1627770] and seem to be involved in pathogen defence response. These proteins include:
- Bet v I, the major pollen allergen from white birch. Bet v I is the main cause of type I allergic reactions observed in early spring.
- Aln g I, the major pollen allergen from alder.
- Api G I, the major allergen from celery.
- Car b I, the major pollen allergen from hornbeam.
- Cor a I, the major pollen allergen from hazel.
- Mal d I, the major pollen allergen from apple.
- Asparagus wound-induced protein AoPR1.
- Kidney bean pathogenesis-related proteins 1 and 2.
- Parsley pathogenesis-related proteins PR1-1 and PR1-3.
- Pea disease resistance response proteins pI49, pI176 and DRRG49-C.
- Pea abscisic acid-responsive proteins ABR17 and ABR18.
- Potato pathogenesis-related proteins STH-2 and STH-21.
- Soybean stress-induced protein SAM22.