Mihajlović, Luka

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Subpollen particles are rich carriers of major short ragweed allergens and NADH dehydrogenases: quantitative proteomic and allergomic study

Smiljanić, Katarina; Apostolović, Danijela; Trifunović, S.; Ognjenović, Jana; Perusko, M.; Mihajlović, Luka; Burazer, Lidija; van Hage, Marianne; Ćirković-Veličković, Tanja

(Blackwell Publishing Ltd, 2017)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Smiljanić, Katarina
AU  - Apostolović, Danijela
AU  - Trifunović, S.
AU  - Ognjenović, Jana
AU  - Perusko, M.
AU  - Mihajlović, Luka
AU  - Burazer, Lidija
AU  - van Hage, Marianne
AU  - Ćirković-Veličković, Tanja
PY  - 2017
UR  - http://intor.torlakinstitut.com/handle/123456789/610
AB  - Background: Short ragweed (Ambrosia artemisiifolia) allergies affect more than 36 million people annually. Ragweed pollen grains release subpollen particles (SPP) of respirable size upon hydration or a change in air electrical conditions. The aim of this study was to characterize the proteomes and allergomes of short ragweed SPP and total pollen protein extract (TOT), and compare their effects with those of standard aqueous pollen protein extract (APE) using sera from short ragweed pollen-sensitized patients. Methods: Quantitative 2D gel-based and shotgun proteomics, 1D and 2D immunoblotting, and quantitative ELISA were applied. Novel SPP extraction and preparation protocols enabled appropriate sample preparation and further downstream analysis by quantitative proteomics. Results: The SPP fraction contained the highest proportion (94%) of the allergome, with the largest quantities of the minor Amb a 4 and major Amb a 1 allergens, and as unique, NADH dehydrogenases. APE was the richest in Amb a 6, Amb a 5 and Amb a 3, and TOT fraction was the richest in the Amb a 8 allergens (89% and 83% of allergome, respectively). Allergenic potency correlated well among the three fractions tested, with 1D immunoblots demonstrating a slight predominance of IgE reactivity to SPP compared to TOT and APE. However, the strongest IgE binding in ELISA was noted against APE. New allergenic candidates, phosphoglycerate mutase and phosphoglucomutase, were identified in all the three pollen fractions. Enolase, UTP-glucose-1-phosphate uridylyltransferase and polygalacturonase were observed in SPP and TOT fractions as novel allergens of the short ragweed pollen, as previously described. Conclusion and Clinical Relevance: We demonstrated that the complete major (Amb a 1 and 11) and almost all minor (Amb a 3, 4, 5, 6, 8 and 9) short ragweed pollen allergen repertoire as well as NADH oxidases are present in SPP, highlighting an important role for SPP in allergic sensitization to short ragweed.
PB  - Blackwell Publishing Ltd
T2  - Clinical and Experimental Allergy
T1  - Subpollen particles are rich carriers of major short ragweed allergens and NADH dehydrogenases: quantitative proteomic and allergomic study
EP  - 828
IS  - 6
SP  - 815
VL  - 47
DO  - 10.1111/cea.12874
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Smiljanić, Katarina and Apostolović, Danijela and Trifunović, S. and Ognjenović, Jana and Perusko, M. and Mihajlović, Luka and Burazer, Lidija and van Hage, Marianne and Ćirković-Veličković, Tanja",
year = "2017",
abstract = "Background: Short ragweed (Ambrosia artemisiifolia) allergies affect more than 36 million people annually. Ragweed pollen grains release subpollen particles (SPP) of respirable size upon hydration or a change in air electrical conditions. The aim of this study was to characterize the proteomes and allergomes of short ragweed SPP and total pollen protein extract (TOT), and compare their effects with those of standard aqueous pollen protein extract (APE) using sera from short ragweed pollen-sensitized patients. Methods: Quantitative 2D gel-based and shotgun proteomics, 1D and 2D immunoblotting, and quantitative ELISA were applied. Novel SPP extraction and preparation protocols enabled appropriate sample preparation and further downstream analysis by quantitative proteomics. Results: The SPP fraction contained the highest proportion (94%) of the allergome, with the largest quantities of the minor Amb a 4 and major Amb a 1 allergens, and as unique, NADH dehydrogenases. APE was the richest in Amb a 6, Amb a 5 and Amb a 3, and TOT fraction was the richest in the Amb a 8 allergens (89% and 83% of allergome, respectively). Allergenic potency correlated well among the three fractions tested, with 1D immunoblots demonstrating a slight predominance of IgE reactivity to SPP compared to TOT and APE. However, the strongest IgE binding in ELISA was noted against APE. New allergenic candidates, phosphoglycerate mutase and phosphoglucomutase, were identified in all the three pollen fractions. Enolase, UTP-glucose-1-phosphate uridylyltransferase and polygalacturonase were observed in SPP and TOT fractions as novel allergens of the short ragweed pollen, as previously described. Conclusion and Clinical Relevance: We demonstrated that the complete major (Amb a 1 and 11) and almost all minor (Amb a 3, 4, 5, 6, 8 and 9) short ragweed pollen allergen repertoire as well as NADH oxidases are present in SPP, highlighting an important role for SPP in allergic sensitization to short ragweed.",
publisher = "Blackwell Publishing Ltd",
journal = "Clinical and Experimental Allergy",
title = "Subpollen particles are rich carriers of major short ragweed allergens and NADH dehydrogenases: quantitative proteomic and allergomic study",
pages = "828-815",
number = "6",
volume = "47",
doi = "10.1111/cea.12874"
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Smiljanić, K., Apostolović, D., Trifunović, S., Ognjenović, J., Perusko, M., Mihajlović, L., Burazer, L., van Hage, M.,& Ćirković-Veličković, T.. (2017). Subpollen particles are rich carriers of major short ragweed allergens and NADH dehydrogenases: quantitative proteomic and allergomic study. in Clinical and Experimental Allergy
Blackwell Publishing Ltd., 47(6), 815-828.
https://doi.org/10.1111/cea.12874
Smiljanić K, Apostolović D, Trifunović S, Ognjenović J, Perusko M, Mihajlović L, Burazer L, van Hage M, Ćirković-Veličković T. Subpollen particles are rich carriers of major short ragweed allergens and NADH dehydrogenases: quantitative proteomic and allergomic study. in Clinical and Experimental Allergy. 2017;47(6):815-828.
doi:10.1111/cea.12874 .
Smiljanić, Katarina, Apostolović, Danijela, Trifunović, S., Ognjenović, Jana, Perusko, M., Mihajlović, Luka, Burazer, Lidija, van Hage, Marianne, Ćirković-Veličković, Tanja, "Subpollen particles are rich carriers of major short ragweed allergens and NADH dehydrogenases: quantitative proteomic and allergomic study" in Clinical and Experimental Allergy, 47, no. 6 (2017):815-828,
https://doi.org/10.1111/cea.12874 . .
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Subpollen particles are rich carriers of major short ragweed allergens and NADH dehydrogenases: quantitative proteomic and allergomic study

Smiljanić, Katarina; Apostolović, Danijela; Trifunović, S.; Ognjenović, Jana; Perusko, M.; Mihajlović, Luka; Burazer, Lidija; van Hage, Marianne; Ćirković-Veličković, Tanja

(Blackwell Publishing Ltd, 2017)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Smiljanić, Katarina
AU  - Apostolović, Danijela
AU  - Trifunović, S.
AU  - Ognjenović, Jana
AU  - Perusko, M.
AU  - Mihajlović, Luka
AU  - Burazer, Lidija
AU  - van Hage, Marianne
AU  - Ćirković-Veličković, Tanja
PY  - 2017
UR  - http://intor.torlakinstitut.com/handle/123456789/479
AB  - Background: Short ragweed (Ambrosia artemisiifolia) allergies affect more than 36 million people annually. Ragweed pollen grains release subpollen particles (SPP) of respirable size upon hydration or a change in air electrical conditions. The aim of this study was to characterize the proteomes and allergomes of short ragweed SPP and total pollen protein extract (TOT), and compare their effects with those of standard aqueous pollen protein extract (APE) using sera from short ragweed pollen-sensitized patients. Methods: Quantitative 2D gel-based and shotgun proteomics, 1D and 2D immunoblotting, and quantitative ELISA were applied. Novel SPP extraction and preparation protocols enabled appropriate sample preparation and further downstream analysis by quantitative proteomics. Results: The SPP fraction contained the highest proportion (94%) of the allergome, with the largest quantities of the minor Amb a 4 and major Amb a 1 allergens, and as unique, NADH dehydrogenases. APE was the richest in Amb a 6, Amb a 5 and Amb a 3, and TOT fraction was the richest in the Amb a 8 allergens (89% and 83% of allergome, respectively). Allergenic potency correlated well among the three fractions tested, with 1D immunoblots demonstrating a slight predominance of IgE reactivity to SPP compared to TOT and APE. However, the strongest IgE binding in ELISA was noted against APE. New allergenic candidates, phosphoglycerate mutase and phosphoglucomutase, were identified in all the three pollen fractions. Enolase, UTP-glucose-1-phosphate uridylyltransferase and polygalacturonase were observed in SPP and TOT fractions as novel allergens of the short ragweed pollen, as previously described. Conclusion and Clinical Relevance: We demonstrated that the complete major (Amb a 1 and 11) and almost all minor (Amb a 3, 4, 5, 6, 8 and 9) short ragweed pollen allergen repertoire as well as NADH oxidases are present in SPP, highlighting an important role for SPP in allergic sensitization to short ragweed.
PB  - Blackwell Publishing Ltd
T2  - Clinical and Experimental Allergy
T1  - Subpollen particles are rich carriers of major short ragweed allergens and NADH dehydrogenases: quantitative proteomic and allergomic study
EP  - 828
IS  - 6
SP  - 815
VL  - 47
DO  - 10.1111/cea.12874
UR  - conv_533
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Smiljanić, Katarina and Apostolović, Danijela and Trifunović, S. and Ognjenović, Jana and Perusko, M. and Mihajlović, Luka and Burazer, Lidija and van Hage, Marianne and Ćirković-Veličković, Tanja",
year = "2017",
abstract = "Background: Short ragweed (Ambrosia artemisiifolia) allergies affect more than 36 million people annually. Ragweed pollen grains release subpollen particles (SPP) of respirable size upon hydration or a change in air electrical conditions. The aim of this study was to characterize the proteomes and allergomes of short ragweed SPP and total pollen protein extract (TOT), and compare their effects with those of standard aqueous pollen protein extract (APE) using sera from short ragweed pollen-sensitized patients. Methods: Quantitative 2D gel-based and shotgun proteomics, 1D and 2D immunoblotting, and quantitative ELISA were applied. Novel SPP extraction and preparation protocols enabled appropriate sample preparation and further downstream analysis by quantitative proteomics. Results: The SPP fraction contained the highest proportion (94%) of the allergome, with the largest quantities of the minor Amb a 4 and major Amb a 1 allergens, and as unique, NADH dehydrogenases. APE was the richest in Amb a 6, Amb a 5 and Amb a 3, and TOT fraction was the richest in the Amb a 8 allergens (89% and 83% of allergome, respectively). Allergenic potency correlated well among the three fractions tested, with 1D immunoblots demonstrating a slight predominance of IgE reactivity to SPP compared to TOT and APE. However, the strongest IgE binding in ELISA was noted against APE. New allergenic candidates, phosphoglycerate mutase and phosphoglucomutase, were identified in all the three pollen fractions. Enolase, UTP-glucose-1-phosphate uridylyltransferase and polygalacturonase were observed in SPP and TOT fractions as novel allergens of the short ragweed pollen, as previously described. Conclusion and Clinical Relevance: We demonstrated that the complete major (Amb a 1 and 11) and almost all minor (Amb a 3, 4, 5, 6, 8 and 9) short ragweed pollen allergen repertoire as well as NADH oxidases are present in SPP, highlighting an important role for SPP in allergic sensitization to short ragweed.",
publisher = "Blackwell Publishing Ltd",
journal = "Clinical and Experimental Allergy",
title = "Subpollen particles are rich carriers of major short ragweed allergens and NADH dehydrogenases: quantitative proteomic and allergomic study",
pages = "828-815",
number = "6",
volume = "47",
doi = "10.1111/cea.12874",
url = "conv_533"
}
Smiljanić, K., Apostolović, D., Trifunović, S., Ognjenović, J., Perusko, M., Mihajlović, L., Burazer, L., van Hage, M.,& Ćirković-Veličković, T.. (2017). Subpollen particles are rich carriers of major short ragweed allergens and NADH dehydrogenases: quantitative proteomic and allergomic study. in Clinical and Experimental Allergy
Blackwell Publishing Ltd., 47(6), 815-828.
https://doi.org/10.1111/cea.12874
conv_533
Smiljanić K, Apostolović D, Trifunović S, Ognjenović J, Perusko M, Mihajlović L, Burazer L, van Hage M, Ćirković-Veličković T. Subpollen particles are rich carriers of major short ragweed allergens and NADH dehydrogenases: quantitative proteomic and allergomic study. in Clinical and Experimental Allergy. 2017;47(6):815-828.
doi:10.1111/cea.12874
conv_533 .
Smiljanić, Katarina, Apostolović, Danijela, Trifunović, S., Ognjenović, Jana, Perusko, M., Mihajlović, Luka, Burazer, Lidija, van Hage, Marianne, Ćirković-Veličković, Tanja, "Subpollen particles are rich carriers of major short ragweed allergens and NADH dehydrogenases: quantitative proteomic and allergomic study" in Clinical and Experimental Allergy, 47, no. 6 (2017):815-828,
https://doi.org/10.1111/cea.12874 .,
conv_533 .
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Composition of polyphenol and polyamide compounds in common ragweed (Ambrosia artemisiifolia L.) pollen and sub-pollen particles

Mihajlović, Luka; Radosavljević, Jelena; Burazer, Lidija; Smiljanić, Katarina; Ćirković-Veličković, Tanja

(Pergamon-Elsevier Science Ltd, Oxford, 2015)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Mihajlović, Luka
AU  - Radosavljević, Jelena
AU  - Burazer, Lidija
AU  - Smiljanić, Katarina
AU  - Ćirković-Veličković, Tanja
PY  - 2015
UR  - http://intor.torlakinstitut.com/handle/123456789/451
AB  - Phenolic composition of Ambrosia artemisiifolia L. pollen and sub-pollen particles (SPP) aqueous extracts was determined, using a novel extraction procedure. Total phenolic and flavonoid content was determined, as well as the antioxidative properties of the extract. Main components of water-soluble pollen phenolics are monoglycosides and malonyl-mono- and diglycosides of isorhamnetin, quercetin and kaempferol, while spermidine derivatives were identified as the dominant polyamides. SPP are similar in composition to pollen phenolics (predominant isorhamnetin and quercetin monoglycosides), but lacking small phenolic molecules ( lt 450 Da). Ethanol-based extraction protocol revealed one-third lower amount of total phenolics in SPP than in pollen. For the first time in any pollen species, SPP and pollen phenolic compositions were compared in detail, with an UHPLC/ESI-LTQ-Orbitrap-MS-MS approach, revealing the presence of spermidine derivatives in both SPP and pollen, not previously reported in Ambrosia species. (C) 2014 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.
PB  - Pergamon-Elsevier Science Ltd, Oxford
T2  - Phytochemistry
T1  - Composition of polyphenol and polyamide compounds in common ragweed (Ambrosia artemisiifolia L.) pollen and sub-pollen particles
EP  - 132
SP  - 125
VL  - 109
DO  - 10.1016/j.phytochem.2014.10.022
UR  - conv_350
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Mihajlović, Luka and Radosavljević, Jelena and Burazer, Lidija and Smiljanić, Katarina and Ćirković-Veličković, Tanja",
year = "2015",
abstract = "Phenolic composition of Ambrosia artemisiifolia L. pollen and sub-pollen particles (SPP) aqueous extracts was determined, using a novel extraction procedure. Total phenolic and flavonoid content was determined, as well as the antioxidative properties of the extract. Main components of water-soluble pollen phenolics are monoglycosides and malonyl-mono- and diglycosides of isorhamnetin, quercetin and kaempferol, while spermidine derivatives were identified as the dominant polyamides. SPP are similar in composition to pollen phenolics (predominant isorhamnetin and quercetin monoglycosides), but lacking small phenolic molecules ( lt 450 Da). Ethanol-based extraction protocol revealed one-third lower amount of total phenolics in SPP than in pollen. For the first time in any pollen species, SPP and pollen phenolic compositions were compared in detail, with an UHPLC/ESI-LTQ-Orbitrap-MS-MS approach, revealing the presence of spermidine derivatives in both SPP and pollen, not previously reported in Ambrosia species. (C) 2014 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.",
publisher = "Pergamon-Elsevier Science Ltd, Oxford",
journal = "Phytochemistry",
title = "Composition of polyphenol and polyamide compounds in common ragweed (Ambrosia artemisiifolia L.) pollen and sub-pollen particles",
pages = "132-125",
volume = "109",
doi = "10.1016/j.phytochem.2014.10.022",
url = "conv_350"
}
Mihajlović, L., Radosavljević, J., Burazer, L., Smiljanić, K.,& Ćirković-Veličković, T.. (2015). Composition of polyphenol and polyamide compounds in common ragweed (Ambrosia artemisiifolia L.) pollen and sub-pollen particles. in Phytochemistry
Pergamon-Elsevier Science Ltd, Oxford., 109, 125-132.
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.phytochem.2014.10.022
conv_350
Mihajlović L, Radosavljević J, Burazer L, Smiljanić K, Ćirković-Veličković T. Composition of polyphenol and polyamide compounds in common ragweed (Ambrosia artemisiifolia L.) pollen and sub-pollen particles. in Phytochemistry. 2015;109:125-132.
doi:10.1016/j.phytochem.2014.10.022
conv_350 .
Mihajlović, Luka, Radosavljević, Jelena, Burazer, Lidija, Smiljanić, Katarina, Ćirković-Veličković, Tanja, "Composition of polyphenol and polyamide compounds in common ragweed (Ambrosia artemisiifolia L.) pollen and sub-pollen particles" in Phytochemistry, 109 (2015):125-132,
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.phytochem.2014.10.022 .,
conv_350 .
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The role of phenolic components of short ragweed pollen in igE binding and immune response to allergens

Mihajlović, Luka; Ćirković-Veličković, Tanja; Jadranin, Milka; Burazer, Lidija; Milčić-Matić, Natalija

(Wiley-Blackwell, Hoboken, 2010)

TY  - CONF
AU  - Mihajlović, Luka
AU  - Ćirković-Veličković, Tanja
AU  - Jadranin, Milka
AU  - Burazer, Lidija
AU  - Milčić-Matić, Natalija
PY  - 2010
UR  - http://intor.torlakinstitut.com/handle/123456789/315
PB  - Wiley-Blackwell, Hoboken
C3  - Allergy
T1  - The role of phenolic components of short ragweed pollen in igE binding and immune response to allergens
EP  - 331
SP  - 331
VL  - 65
UR  - conv_327
ER  - 
@conference{
author = "Mihajlović, Luka and Ćirković-Veličković, Tanja and Jadranin, Milka and Burazer, Lidija and Milčić-Matić, Natalija",
year = "2010",
publisher = "Wiley-Blackwell, Hoboken",
journal = "Allergy",
title = "The role of phenolic components of short ragweed pollen in igE binding and immune response to allergens",
pages = "331-331",
volume = "65",
url = "conv_327"
}
Mihajlović, L., Ćirković-Veličković, T., Jadranin, M., Burazer, L.,& Milčić-Matić, N.. (2010). The role of phenolic components of short ragweed pollen in igE binding and immune response to allergens. in Allergy
Wiley-Blackwell, Hoboken., 65, 331-331.
conv_327
Mihajlović L, Ćirković-Veličković T, Jadranin M, Burazer L, Milčić-Matić N. The role of phenolic components of short ragweed pollen in igE binding and immune response to allergens. in Allergy. 2010;65:331-331.
conv_327 .
Mihajlović, Luka, Ćirković-Veličković, Tanja, Jadranin, Milka, Burazer, Lidija, Milčić-Matić, Natalija, "The role of phenolic components of short ragweed pollen in igE binding and immune response to allergens" in Allergy, 65 (2010):331-331,
conv_327 .