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SDAP - Structural Database of Allergenic Proteins
Go to: SDAP All allergens       Go to: SDAP Food allergens
Send a comment to Ovidiu Ivanciuc      Submit new allergen information to SDAP
Last Updated: February 25, 2013  
Alphabetical listing of allergens: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
Access to SDAP is available free of charge for Academic and non-profit use.
Licenses for commercial use can be obtained by contacting W. Braun (webraun@utmb.edu).
Secure access to SDAP is available from https://fermi.utmb.edu/SDAP

SDAP is a Web server that integrates a database of allergenic proteins with various computational tools that can assist structural biology studies related to allergens. SDAP is an important tool in the investigation of the cross-reactivity between known allergens, in testing the FAO/WHO allergenicity rules for new proteins, and in predicting the IgE-binding potential of genetically modified food proteins. Using this Internet service through a browser, it is possible to retrieve information related to an allergen from the most common protein sequence and structure databases (SwissProt, PIR, NCBI, PDB), to find sequence and structural neighbors for an allergen, and to search for the presence of an epitope other the whole collection of allergens.

Read an SDAP Overview or select a SDAP function from the left column.


Structure of Ole e 6 - PDB 1SS3

Structure of Jun a 1 - PDB 1PXZ

Structure of Fel d 1 - PDB 1PUO

If SDAP is used in publications, please cite:

  • Ivanciuc, O., Schein. C. H., and Braun, W. SDAP: Database and Computational Tools for Allergenic Proteins. Nucleic Acids Res. 2003. 31(1). 359-362. [PubMed] [Full Paper]
  • Ivanciuc, O., Schein. C. H., and Braun, W. Data Mining of Sequences and 3D Structures of Allergenic Proteins. Bioinformatics 2002, 18(10), 1358-1364. [PubMed] [Full Paper]

The SDAP project is supported by grants from the National Institute of Health (2R56AI064913), and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency under a STAR Research Assistance Agreement (No. RD 834823).


Access to SDAP is available free of charge for Academic and non-profit use. Licenses for commercial use can be obtained by contacting W. Braun (webraun@utmb.edu).

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