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Table 1 Genetic variation in the intron containing Mal d 1 genes of linkage groups 6 (Mal d 1.05) and 13 (Mal d 1.01) among ten apple cultivars.

From: Assessment of allelic diversity in intron-containing Mal d 1 genes and their association to apple allergenicity

Iso-allergen Varianta Sil. mut gDNA #b Cultivarc GenBank Accessions
     GD PS IM CO JO RD FJ DS PM FS  
Mal d 1.05 01 1 1 +d + + + + + + +   + + + + AY789245–AY789246, AY827676–AY827682
  02 1 2         +   + AY789247, AY827683
  02 2 3 + +          AY827684–AY827685
  03 1 4      + + + +     AY827686–AY827688
Mal d 1.01 05 1 1          +   AY789236
  05 1 2 +     +   +     AY827639–AY827641
  05 2 3 + + + + + + +    + +   + + AY789238, AY827633–AY827638
  05 3 4   +        +   AY789237, AY827642
  05 4 5       + +     AY827643–AY827644
  09 1 6       +      AY827645
  1. aVariants refer to different protein sequences. Variant numbers of Mal d 1.01, Mal d 1.02 and Mal d 1.04 are according to the allergen list (http://www.allergen.org/Allergen.aspx; Sept 2008), those for Mal d 1.05 and Mal d 1.06 are according to Gao et al. [15].
  2. bGenome sequences are numbered successively per gene
  3. cGolden Delicious (GD), Priscilla (PS), Ingrid Marie (IM), Cox (CO), Jonathan (JO), Red Delicious (RD), Fuji (FJ), Discovery (DS), Prima(PM) and Fiesta (FS). Note that different accessions of Priscilla seem to exist. The Priscilla used here is a parent of Santana as confirmed by 20 SSR markers (unpublished data), but can not descend from its supposed mother Starking Delicious http://www.hort.purdue.edu/newcrop/pri/coop04.html
  4. d Indicates the presence of an allele in heterozygous (+) or homozygous (+ +) condition.