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Intraoral and respiratory allergy to Eruca sativa (Cruciferae family) in a subject with sensitization to pollen allergens

      Eruca sativa (Arugula, Rocket, Roquette; Cruciferae family) is a spontaneous or cultivated plant native to Mediterranean countries (Italy, France, Spain, and Greece), but it is becoming more popular in the United States. This vegetable constitutes a typical Mediterranean food because it is widely used as an uncooked ingredient in many dishes such as salads, pizza, and pasta.
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