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Enzymatic hydrolysis of ovalbumin and the functional properties of the hydrolysates

Oral probiotic bacterial administration suppressed allergic responses in an ovalbumin-induced allergy mouse model

The effects of probiotics supplementation timing on an ovalbumin-sensitized rat model

Dephosphorylation reduces passage of ovalbumin antigen through intestinal epithelial Caco-2 cell monolayers

Refolding of Urea-Denatured Ovalbumin That Comprises Non-Native Disulfide Isomers

Fine mapping and structural analysis of immunodominant IgE allergenic epitopes in chicken egg ovalbumin

The presence of heat‐stable conformers of ovalbumin affects properties of thermally formed aggregates

Peripheral tolerance of Th2 lymphocytes induced by continuous feeding of ovalbumin

Site-specific Glycosylation at Asn-292 in Ovalbumin is Essential to Efficient Secretion in Yeast

Stereospecificity of ginsenoside Rg3 in promotion of the immune response to ovalbumin in mice

Exposure to Triclosan Augments the Allergic Response to Ovalbumin in a Mouse Model of Asthma

Linear Polymerization Caused by the Defective Folding of a Non-Inhibitory Serpin Ovalbumin

Steroid Hormones Differentially Induce Transcription of the Chicken Ovalbumin Gene, but Stabilize the mRNA with the Same Half-Life

Erratum to “Estimation of egg freshness using S-ovalbumin as an indicator” (Poult. Sci. 91(3):739–743)

CD4 T cells monospecific to ovalbumin produced by Escherichia coli can induce colitis upon transfer to BALB/c and SCID mice


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abbr.: OA; a ≈44.5 kDa glycoprotein, also called egg albumin, that is the major protein of egg white from hens’ eggs. Each molecule consists of a single polypeptide chain, and ...

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