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Table 5 List of most relevant peer-reviewed papers from the ImpARAS network

From: COST Action ‘ImpARAS’: what have we learnt to improve food allergy risk assessment. A summary of a 4 year networking consortium

NoTitleReference (DOI)
1Current (food) allergenic risk assessment: is it fit for novel foods? status quo and identification of gapsMazzucchelli (2018)
2Application of the Adverse Outcome Pathway (AOP) concept to structure the available in vivo and in vitro mechanistic data for allergic sensitisation to food proteinsVan Bilsen (2017)
3Current challenges facing the assessment of the allergenic capacity of food allergens in animal models.Bøgh (2016)
4Allergenicity risk assessment of new or modified dietary proteins: a critical review of current strategies.Remington (2018)
5Experimental food allergy models to study the role of innate immune cells as initiators of allergen specific Th2 immune responsesHussain (2015)
6The use of animal models to discover immunological mechanisms underpinning sensitization to food allergensSmit (2015)
7A review of animal models used to evaluate potential allergenicity of genetically modified organisms (GMOs)Marsteller (2015)
8In silico tools for exploring potential human allergy to proteins.Hayes (2015)
9Non-IgE mediated food allergyLozano-Ojalvo (2015)
10Applicability of epithelial models in protein permeability/transport studies and food allergyCubells-Baeza (2015)
11Epithelial models to study food allergen induced barrier disruption and immune activationGavrovic-Jankulovic (2015)
12IgE—the main player of food allergyBroekman (2015)
13Influence of microbiome and diet on immune responses in food allergy modelsBarcik (2015)
14Static and dynamic in vitro digestion models to study proteins stability in the gastrointestinal tractDupont (2015)
15Kiwifruit cysteine protease actinidin compromises the intestinal barrier by disrupting tight junctionsGrozdanovic (2016)
16Glycation of the major milk allergen β‐lactoglobulin changes its allergenicity by alterations in cellular uptake and degradationPerusko (2018)
17Proteomics in food: quality, safety, microbes and allergens.Piras (2016)
18Allergenic and novel food proteins: state of the art and challenges in the allergenicity assessmentPali-Schöl (2018)
19Cross-reactivity in fish allergy: a double-blind, placebo-controlled food-challenge trialSørensen (2017)
20Important plant food allergens (part I): what is shaping their allergenic potency—physicochemical properties and beyondCosta, In Prep
21Important animal food allergens (part II): what is shaping their allergenic potency—physicochemical properties and beyondCosta, In prep
22The relevance of a digestibility evaluation in the allergenicity risk assessment of novel proteins. Opinion of a joined initiative of COST Action ImpARAS and COST Action INFOGESTVerhoeckx (2019)
23Applying the adverse outcome pathway (AOP) for food sensitization to support in vitro testing strategiesLozano-Ojalvo (2019)
24Overview of in vivo and ex vivo endpoints in murine food allergy models: suitable for evaluation of the sensitizing capacity of novel proteins?Castan (2020)
25Defining the targets for the assessment of IgE-mediated allergenicity of new or modified food proteinsHouben (2019)
26Jug r 6 is the allergenic vicilin present in walnut responsible for IgE cross-reactivities to other tree nuts and seedsDubiela (2018)
27Fish-allergic patients tolerate ray based on the low allergenicity of its parvalbuminKalic (2018)
28Homologous tropomyosins from vertebrate and invertebrate: recombinant calibrator proteins in functional biological assays for allergenicity assessment of novel animal foodsKlueber (2020)
29Hypothesis paper/concept introduction: is it possible to establish a generic threshold of exposure for allergic sensitization to food proteinsBernard Madsen, In prep