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This study was funded by the University Hospital of Montpellier, via the Contrat Fort Chercheur funds.
Conflicts of interest: A. M. Chiriac's institution has received research support from Comité National Interprofessionel de la Pomme de Terre (CNIPT). E. Lepicard's institution has received consultancy fees and provisions for writing assistance, medicines, equipment, or administrative support from CNIPT. P. Demoly has received consultancy fees from ALK-Abelló, Stallergenes Greer, Circassia, Chiesi, ThermoFisherScientific, and Ménarini; has received lecture fees from ALK-Abelló, Stallergenes Greer, and Meda Pharmaceuticals; and his institution has received research support CNIPT. The other authors declare that they have no relevant conflicts of interest.