Allergen-specific IgE (Mixed group) Test Kit
|Series||Product Name||Product Name|
|Allergen-specific IgE (Mixed group)||Inhalant Allergens group||Food Allergens group 1|
|House dust mite D1||Egg white F1|
|House dust H1||Milk F2|
|Cat dander E1||Cod F3|
|Dog dander E5||Wheat F4|
|Cockroach, German I6,||Peanut F13|
|Alternaria alternata M6||Soybean F14|
|Food Allergens group 2||Food Allergens group 3|
|Sesame seed F10||Egg white F1|
|Yeast F45||Cow’s milk F2|
|Garlic F47||Peanut F13|
|Celery F85||Mustard F85|
|Food Allergens group 4||Food Allergens group 5|
|Sesame seed F10||Hazel nut F17|
|Shrimp F24||Shrimp F24|
|Beef F27||Kiwi F84|
|Kiwi F84||Banana F92|
|Food Allergens group 6||Dander Allergens group 2|
|Cod F3||Penicillium chrysogenum M1|
|Wheat F4||Cladosporium herbarum M2|
|Soybean F14||Aspergillus fumigatus M3|
|Hazel nut F17||Alternaria alternata M6|
|Dander Allergens group 1||Grass Pollon Allergens group 1|
|Cat dander E1||Cocksfoot G3|
|Dog dander E5||,Meadow fescue G4|
|Horse dander E3||Rye-grass G5|
|Rabbit epithelium E82||Timothy grass G6|
|Hamster epithelium E84||Kentucky bluegrass G8|
|Tree Pollon Allergens group 1||Weed Pollon Allergens group 1|
|Birch T3||Common ragweed W1|
|Hazel T4||Mugwort W6|
|Oak T7||Dandelion W8|
|Beech T5||Ribwort W9|
|Ash T25||goosefoot W10|
In recent years, food allergies have become one of the most serious food safety questions. According to a global investigation, about 4% of the world population, include 1-2% adults and 2-8% children in the western developed countries, are suffered from food allergy symptom. More than 160 kinds of food has been identified as allergen sources, including milk, egg, fish, shellfish, shrimps, beans, nuts, etc. It is more likely that children mainly allergic to eggs and milk while adults to sea food dishes.
In medicine, animal allergy is hypersensitivity to certain substances produced by animals, such as the proteins in animal hair and saliva. It is a common type of allergy. Symptoms of an allergic reaction to animals may include itchy skin, nasal congestion, itchy nose, sneezing, chronic sore throat or itchy throat, swollen, red, itchy, and watery eyes, coughing, asthma, or rash on the face or chest. Allergies are caused by an oversensitive immune system, leading to a misdirected immune response. The immune system normally protects the body against harmful substances such as bacteria and viruses. Common animal allergens include epidermals and animal proteins, dust mite excretion and insect.
Allergic rhinitis, also known as hay fever, is a type of inflammation in the nose which occurs when the immune system overreacts to allergens in the air. Signs and symptoms include a runny or stuffy nose, sneezing, red, itchy, and watery eyes, and swelling around the eyes. Many people with allergic rhinitis also have asthma, allergic conjunctivitis, or atopic dermatitis.
Allergic rhinitis is typically triggered by environmental allergens such as pollen, pet hair, dust, or mold. Inherited genetics and environmental exposures contribute to the development of allergies. The underlying mechanism involves IgE antibodies attaching to the allergen and causing the release of inflammatory chemicals such as histamine from mast cells. Diagnosis is usually based on a medical history in combination with a skin prick test or blood tests for allergen-specific IgE antibodies.
Grasses (Family Poaceae): especially ryegrass (Lolium sp.) and timothy (Phleum pratense). An estimated 90% of people with hay fever are allergic to grass pollen.
Trees: such as pine (Pinus), birch (Betula), alder (Alnus), cedar, hazel (Corylus), hornbeam (Carpinus), horse chestnut (Aesculus), willow (Salix), poplar (Populus), plane (Platanus), lindenme (Tilia), and olive (Olea).
Weeds: ragweed (Ambrosia), plantain (Plantago), nettle/parietaria (Urticaceae), mugwort (Artemisia Vulgaris), Fat hen (Chenopodium), and sorrel/dock (Rumex).