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Mugwort
Biologic classification
Domain
Kingdom
Sub-kingdom
Allergologic classification
Eukaryota
Plantae
Groupment
Contact
Spermatophyta
Specie
Weed
Inhalant
Artemisia vulgaris
Phylum
Magnoliophyta
English Name
Mugwort
Class
Magnoliopsida
Italian name
Artemisia
Sub-class
Asteridae
Order
Asterales
Family
Sub-family
Tribe
Sub-tribe
Genus
Species
Other italian name
From Thermo Fisher Scientifics:
artemisia.pdf
Immunodiagnostics
Allergen characteristics
Mugwort is a common name for several species of aromatic plants in the genus Artemisia. In
Europe, Artemisia vulgaris, or common mugwort is well represented. Mugworts are used
medicinally, especially in Chinese, Japanese and South Korean traditional medicine. Mugwort
pollen generally travels less than 2 Km. The highest concentration of mugwort pollen is generally
found between 9 and 11 am.
Asteraceae
Asteroideae
Anthemideae
Artemisiinae
Artemisia
A. vulgaris
From July to August
Clinics
Seasonality
Sub-species
Mugwort pollen is one of the main sources of hay fever and allergic asthma, in North Europe,
North America and in parts of Asia.
Components in ISAC 112
Art v 1 http://www.allergenius.it/doc/artv1.pdf
Art v 3 http://www.allergenius.it/doc/artv3.pdf
Known components
Art v 1
Defensin
Art v 4
Profilin
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Art v 6
Pectate Lyase
Art v 5
Polcalcin
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Art v
Unknown
Art v TLP
Thaumatin
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Art v 2
PR-1 Protein
Art v 47kD
Unknown
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Art v 3
LTP
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