Molecular Allergology and Allergy Diagnostics

Molecular Allergology is an approach to allergy diagnostics, in which defined single allergen components are used for detection of specific IgE instead of traditionally used allergen extracts. The molecular components are highly purified proteins, which are either isolated directly from the allergen source or produced genetically. It is important to test a patient’s blood whenever an allergic response or severe reaction is suspected. Patients show wide range of varying symptoms and sensitization patterns against several allergens. There are two quantitative test methods for the antibody detection. 


  • Enzyme immunoassay
  • Immunoblot

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