Allermatch / [compiled by] RIKILT, Institute of Food Safety and Plant Research International

RIKILT, Institute of Food Safety (Developer), Plant Research International (Developer)

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    Abstract

    Allermatch is a database where you can compare the amino acid sequence of a protein of interest with sequences of allergenic proteins. This database carries out automatically the procedures for predicting the potential allergenicity of proteins by bioinformatics approaches as recommended by the Codex alimentarius and FAO/WHO Expert consultation on allergenicity of foods derived through modern biotechnology. The features of the Allermatch database allow the user in a user-friendly and time-saving manner to enter the input sequence and retrieve, with a few mouse-clicks, the outcomes of interest in an accurate, concise, and comprehensible format.
    Original languageEnglish
    Place of PublicationWageningen
    PublisherWageningen UR
    Publication statusPublished - 2004

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    Computational Biology
    Amino Acid Sequence
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    Keywords

    • allergies
    • allergens
    • amino acids
    • amino acid sequences
    • proteins

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    RIKILT, Institute of Food Safety (Developer), & Plant Research International (Developer). (2004). Allermatch / [compiled by] RIKILT, Institute of Food Safety and Plant Research International. Web publication/site, Wageningen: Wageningen UR. Retrieved from http://www.allermatch.org/
    RIKILT, Institute of Food Safety (Developer) ; Plant Research International (Developer). / Allermatch / [compiled by] RIKILT, Institute of Food Safety and Plant Research International. [Web publication/site].
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