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The Food Allergy Epidemic

Why Get Tested?

Do you have itching, sneezing, or sniffles? Are they coupled with symptoms you wouldn’t expect, such as stomach pain, diarrhea, or coughing? If so, these symptoms may be the result of an allergic reaction.  Getting a correct diagnosis is the route to receiving appropriate help and optimal symptom relief. That is why it’s important to get tested for allergies to help your doctor make an appropriate allergy diagnosis.

What is component testing and why should I get it tested?

An estimated 32 million Americans (including children) – have food allergies and this number has been on the rise in the last two decades. Allergy component testing is a relatively new form of IgE blood testing that looks at the specific proteins or “components” of an allergen that cause a reaction, rather than the allergen as a whole.  For example, 70% of children with egg allergies do not react to baked eggs while 75% of children with milk allergy do not react to baked milk. This may be because those children are specifically allergic to ovalbumin (in eggs), alpha-lactalbumin, or beta-lactoglobulin (in milk), which may become denatured when heated. For a patient suspected to have a peanut allergy, component testing looks at the IgE antibody levels for different peanut proteins. If the patient has high levels for the Ara h 2, studies show that this is a good indicator that the person is peanut-allergic. However, if the person instead has high levels of Ara h 8 or 9, then the symptoms are likely to be linked to a cross-reaction with pollen, a less severe condition known as oral allergy syndrome.

What are the benefits of Component Resolved:

Current tests define allergen-containing sources, not specific allergenic molecules:
Up to 50% of patients asymptomatic sensitization.
Up to 30% patients with FALSE positive results.

Component Resolved:
Distinguish between allergy due to cross-reactivity and primary allergy.
Improve the risk assessment using allergen components.
Improve management of allergic patients.

Ayass BioScience’s Allergy Panel Detecting Sensitizations of

62 Allergens
20 Components

Milk* (3)
Cow Milk (Bos D4)
Cow Milk (Bos D5)
Cow Milk (Bos D8)
Egg* (2)
Egg (Gal D1)
Egg (Gal D2)
Soy/Soyabean* (3)
Soy (Gly M4)
Soy (Gly M5)
Soy (Gly M6)
Shrimp* (1)
Shrimp (Pen A1)
Wheat
Fish (Cod)
Crab
Oat
Cheese Cheddar
Gluten
Peanut* (6)
Peanut (Ara H1)
Peanut (Ara H2)
Peanut (Ara H3)
Peanut (Ara H6)
Peanut (Ara H8)
Peanut (Ara H9)
Hazelnut* (4)
Hazelnut (Cor A1)
Hazelnut (Cor A8)
Hazelnut (Cor A9)
Hazelnut (Cor A14)
Walnut
Cashew Nut* (1)
Cashew nut (Ana O3)
Pecan Nut
Brazil Nut
Sesame Seed
White Bean
Latex (Hevea Brasiliensis)
Penicilloyl G
Amoxycilloyl
Cotton, Crude Fibres
Bermuda Grass
Timothy
Common Ragweed
Common Silver Birch
Oak Tree
Mugwort
Nettle
Common Pigweed
Rough Marshelder
Cottonwood
White Ash
Box-Elder
Red Cedar
Mountain Juniper
Elm Tree
Pecan Hickory
Sheep Sorell
Mulberry
Careless Weed
Peach
Strawberry
Cat Dander
Dog Dander
Horse Dander
Cockroach, German
D. Pteronyssinus
D. Farinae
Alternaria Alternata
Aspergillus Fumigatus
Clodasporium Herbarum
Mouse Urine Proteins
Pencillium Chrysogenum
Setomelanomma Rostrata
Aspergillus Niger
Fire Ants
Honey Bee
White-Faced Hornet
Common Wasp (Yellow Jacket)
Chicken Feathers
Mosquito

The largest quality assessment program in the world
422 Allergens & 61 Components
Available Upon Request

f1-Egg white
f11-Buckwheat
f12-Pea
f14-Soybean
f15-White bean
f208-Lemon
f209-Grapefruit
f210-Pineapple
f214-Spinach
f215-Lettuce
f216-Cabbage
f218-Paprika, Sweet pepper
f225-Pumpkin
f235-Lentil
f237-Apricot
f242-Cherry
f244-Cucumber
f25-Tomato
f255-Plum
f259-Grape
f260-Broccoli
f294-Passion fruit
f309-Chick pea
f31-Carrot
f33-Orange
f35-Potato
f4-Wheat
f44-Strawberry
f47-Garlic
f48-Onion
f49-Apple
f5-Rye
f51-Bamboo shoot
f54-Sweet potato
f55-Common millet
f56-Foxtail millet
f57-Japanese millet
f6-Barley
f7-Oat
f79-Gluten
f8-Maize, Corn
f84-Kiwi
f85-Celery
f87-Melon
f88-Mutton
f9-Rice
f90-Malt
f91-Mango
f92-Banana
f94-Pear
f95-Peach
f96-Avocado
Rf182-Lima bean
Rf211-Blackberry
Rf212-Mushroom (champignon)
Rf217-Brussel sprouts
Rf227-Sugar-beet seed
Rf261-Asparagus
Rf262-Aubergine, eggplant
Rf263-Green pepper (unripe seed)
Rf287-Red kidney bean
Rf288-Blueberry
Rf289-Date
Rf291-Cauliflower
Rf292-Guava
Rf293-Papaya
Rf301-Persimon (kaki fruit, sharon)
Rf302-Mandarin
Rf305-Fenugreek
Rf306-Lime
Rf315-Green bean
Rf318-Jack fruit
Rf319-Beetroot
Rf322-Red currant
Rf324-Hop (fruit cone)
Rf328-Fig
Rf329-Watermelon
Rf342-Olive (black, fresh)
Rf343-Raspberry
Rf347-Quinoa
Rf412-Orange roughy
f10-Sesame seed
f13-Peanut
f17-Hazel nut
f18-Brazil nut
f20-Almond
f201-Pecan nut
f202-Cashew nut
f203-Pistachio
f224-Poppy seed
f226-Pumpkin seed
f253-Pine nut, pignoles
f256-Walnut
f266-Mace
f280-Black pepper
f299-Sweet chestnut
f36-Coconut
f45-Yeast
f86-Parsley
f89-Mustard
f93-Cacao
Rf219-Fennel seed
Rf220-Cinnamon
Rf221-Coffee
Rf222-Tea
Rf234-Vanilla
Rf246-Guar, guar gum (E412)
Rf247-Honey
Rf265-Caraway
Rf267-Cardamon
Rf268-Clove
Rf269-Basil
Rf270-Ginger
Rf271-Anise
Rf273-Thyme
Rf274-Marjoram
Rf277-Dill
Rf278-Bay leaf
Rf279-Chilipepper
Rf281-Curry (Santa Maria)
Rf282-Nutmeg
Rf283-Oregano
Rf296-Carob (E410)
Rf297-Gum arabic (E414)
Rf298-Tragacanth (E413)
Rf316-Rape seed
Rf317-Coriander
Rf331-Saffron
Rf332-Mint
Rf333-Linseed
Rf335-Lupin seed
Rf339-Allspice
Rf340-Cochineal extract (Carmine red) (E120)
Rf344-Sage
Rf345-Macadamia nut
g1-Sweet vernal grass
g10-Johnson grass
g11-Brome grass
g12-Cultivated rye
g13-Velvet grass
g14-Cultivated oat
g15-Cultivated wheat
g16-Meadow foxtail
g17-Bahia grass
g2-Bermuda grass
g201-Barley
g202-Maize, Corn
g3-Cocksfoot
g4-Meadow fescue
g5-Rye-grass
g6-Timothy grass
g7-Common reed
g70-Wild rye grass
g71-Canary grass
g8-Meadow grass, Kentucky blue
g9-Redtop, Bentgrass
Rg203-Salt grass
Rg204-False oat-grass
Rt201-Spruce
Rt205-Elder
Rt206-Chestnut
Rt207-Douglas fir
Rt209-Hornbeam
Rt211-Sweet gum
Rt213-Pine
Rt214-Date
Rt217-Peppertree
Rt218-Virginia live oak
Rt37-Bald cypress
Rt41-White hickory (Mockernut)
Rt44-Hackberry
Rt45-Cedar elm
Rt54-Russian olive
Rt55-Scotch broom
Rt56-Bayberry
Rt57-Red cedar
Rt71-Red mulberry
Rw203-Rape
Rw204-Sunflower
Rw207-Lupin
Rw210-Sugar-beet
Rw23-Yellow dock
Rw45-Alfalfa
Rw46-Dog fennel
Rw82-Careless weed
t1-Box-elder
t10-Walnut
t11-Maple leaf sycamore, London plane
t12-Willow
t14-Cottonwood
t15-White ash
t16-White pine
t17-Japanese cedar
t18-Eucalyptus, Gum-tree
t19-Acacia
t2-Grey alder
t20-Mesquite
t208-Linden
t21-Melaleuca, Cajeput-tree
t210-Privet
t212-Cedar
t22-Pecan, Hickory
t222-Cypress
t23-Italian/Mediterranean/Funeral cypress
t3-Common silver birch
t4-Hazel nut
t5-American beech
t6-Mountain juniper
t7-Oak
t70-Mulberry
t72-Queen palm
t73-Australian pine
t8-Elm
t9-Olive
w1-Common ragweed
w10-Goosefoot, Lamb’s quarters
w11-Saltwort (prickly), Russian thistle
w12-Goldenrod
w13-Cocklebur
w14-Common pigweed
w15-Scale, Lenscale
w16-Rough marshelder
w17-Firebush (Kochia)
w18-Sheep sorrel
w19-Wall pellitory
w2-Western ragweed
w20-Nettle
w21-Wall pellitory
w3-Giant ragweed
w4-False ragweed
w5-Wormwood
w6-Mugwort
w7-Marguerite, Ox-eye daisy
w8-Dandelion
w9-Plantain (English), Ribwort
d1-House Dust mite
d2-House Dust mite
d201-House dust mite
d3-House Dust mite
d70-Storage mite
d71-Storage mite
d72-Storage mite
d73-Storage mite
d74-House Dust mite
e1-Cat dander
e201-Canary bird feathers
e3-Horse dander
e4-Cow dander
e5-Dog dander
e6-Guinea pig epithelium
e70-Goose feathers
e71-Mouse epithelium
e72-Mouse urine proteins
e73-Rat epithelium
e74-Rat urine proteins
e75-Rat serum proteins
e76-Mouse serum proteins
e77-Budgerigar droppings
e78-Budgerigar feathers
e80-Goat epithelium
e81-Sheep epithelium
e82-Rabbit epithelium
e83-Swine epithelium
e84-Hamster epithelium
e85-Chicken feathers
e86-Duck feathers
e87-Rat epithelium, serum proteins and urine proteins
e88-Mouse epithelium, serum proteins and urine proteins
e89-Turkey feathers
i1-Honey bee
i2-White-faced hornet
i3-Common wasp (Yellow jacket)
i4-Paper wasp
i5-Yellow hornet
i6-Cockroach, German
i70-Fire ant
i71-Mosquito
i73-Blood worm
i75-European hornet
i76-Berlin beetle
i8-Moth
m1-Penicillium chrysogenum (P. notatum)
m10-Stemphylium herbarum (S. botryosum)
m11-Rhizopus nigricans
m12-Aureobasidium pullulans
m13-Phoma betae
m14-Epicoccum purpurascens
m15-Trichoderma viride
m16-Curvularia lunata
m2-Cladosporium herbarum
m202-Acremonium kiliense
m205-Trichophyton rubrum
m207-Aspergillus niger
m3-Aspergillus fumigatus
m4-Mucor racemosus
m5-Candida albicans
m6-Alternaria alternata
m7-Botrytis cinerea
m70-Pityrosporum orbiculare (syn. Malassezia)
m8-Setomelanomma rostrata (Helminthosporium halodes)
m80-Staphylococcal enterotoxin A
m81-Staphylococcal enterotoxin B
m9-Fusarium proliferatum (F. moniliforme)
p1-Ascaris
p4-Anisakis
Re205-Horse, serum proteins
Re206-Rabbit, serum proteins
Re209-Gerbil epithelium
Re211-Rabbit, urine proteins
Re214-Finch feathers
Re215-Pigeon feathers
Re216-Deer epithelium
Re217-Ferret epithelium
Re218-Chicken droppings
Re219-Chicken, serum proteins
Rm201-Tilletia tritici
Rm203-Trichosporon pullulans
Rm204-Ulocladium chartarum
Rm208-Chaetomium globosum
Rm209-Penicillium glabrum
Rm210-Trichophyton mentagrophytes var. goetzii
Rm211-Trichophyton mentagrophytes var. interdigitale
Rm226-Staphylococcal enterotoxin TSST
Rm46-Bipolaris spicifera
c1-Penicilloyl G
c2-Penicilloyl V
c5-Ampicilloyl
c6-Amoxicilloyl
c7-Cefaclor
c70-Insulin porcine
c71-Insulin bovine
c73-Insulin human
c74-Gelatin bovine
“h1-House Dust
(Greer Labs., Inc.)”
“h2-House Dust
(Hollister-Stier Labs)”
k70-Green coffee bean
k71-Castor bean
k72-Ispaghula
k73-Silk waste
k74-Silk
k75-Isocyanate TDI (Toluene diisocyanate)
k76-Isocyanate MDI (Diphenylmethane diisocyanate)
k77-Isocyanate HDI (Hexamethylene diisocyanate)
k78-Ethylene oxide
k79-Phthalic anhydride
k80-Formaldehyde/Formalin
k81-Ficus spp.
k82-Enhanced Latex
k83-Cotton seed, Gossypium
k84-Sunflower seed
k86-Trimellitic anhydride, TMA
o1-Cotton, crude fibers
o70-Seminal fluid
Rc202-Suxamethonium (succinylcholine)
Rc209-Chymopapain
Rk209-Hexahydrophtalic anhydrid
Ro201-Tobacco leaf
f11-Buckwheat
f12-Pea
f14-Soybean
f15-White bean
f208-Lemon
f209-Grapefruit
f210-Pineapple
f214-Spinach
f215-Lettuce
f216-Cabbage
f218-Paprika, Sweet pepper
f225-Pumpkin
f235-Lentil
f237-Apricot
f242-Cherry
f244-Cucumber
f25-Tomato
f255-Plum
f259-Grape
f260-Broccoli
f294-Passion fruit
f309-Chick pea
f31-Carrot
f33-Orange
f35-Potato
f4-Wheat
f44-Strawberry
f47-Garlic
f48-Onion
f49-Apple
f5-Rye
f51-Bamboo shoot
f54-Sweet potato
f55-Common millet
f56-Foxtail millet
f57-Japanese millet
f6-Barley
f7-Oat
f79-Gluten
f8-Maize, Corn
f84-Kiwi
f85-Celery
f87-Melon
f88-Mutton
f9-Rice
f90-Malt
f91-Mango
f92-Banana
f94-Pear
f95-Peach
f96-Avocado
Rf182-Lima bean
Rf211-Blackberry
Rf212-Mushroom (champignon)
Rf217-Brussel sprouts
Rf227-Sugar-beet seed
Rf261-Asparagus
Rf262-Aubergine, eggplant
Rf263-Green pepper (unripe seed)
Rf287-Red kidney bean
Rf288-Blueberry
Rf289-Date
Rf291-Cauliflower
Rf292-Guava
Rf293-Papaya
Rf301-Persimon (kaki fruit, sharon)
Rf302-Mandarin
Rf305-Fenugreek
Rf306-Lime
Rf315-Green bean
Rf318-Jack fruit
Rf319-Beetroot
Rf322-Red currant
Rf324-Hop (fruit cone)
Rf328-Fig
Rf329-Watermelon
Rf342-Olive (black, fresh)
Rf343-Raspberry
Rf347-Quinoa
Rf412-Orange roughy
Cat (rFel d 1) – Uteroglobin
Dog (rCan f 1) – Lipocalin
Dog (rCan f 2) – Lipocalin
Dog (rCan f 5) – Arginine esterase
Cow (nBos d 6) – Serum albumin
Cat (rFel d 2) – Serum albumin
Dog (nCan f 3) – Serum albumin
Horse (rEqu c 1) – Lipocalin
Cat (rFel d 4) – Lipocalin
Egg white (nGal d 2) – Ovalbumin
Egg white (nGal d 1) – Ovomucoid
Peach (rPru p 1) – PR-10 Protein
Peach (rPru p 3) – Lipid transfer protein (nsLTP)
Peach (rPru p 4) – Profilin
Shrimp (rPen a 1) – Tropomyosin
Peanut (rAra h 1) – Storage protein, 7S globulin
Peanut (rAra h 2) – Storage protein, 2S albumin, conglutin
Peanut (rAra h 3) – Storage protein, 11S globulin
Hazel nut (rCor a 8) – Lipid transfer protein (nsLTP)
Peanut (rAra h 9) – Lipid transfer protein (nsLTP)
Hazel nut (rCor a 1) – PR-10 Protein
Soy (nGly m 5) – Storage protein, vicilin
Soy (nGly m 6) – Storage protein, Glycinin
Soy (rGly m 4) – PR-10 Protein
Peanut (rAra h 8) – PR-10 Protein
Brazil nut (rBer e 1) – Storage protein, 2S albumin
Hazel nut (rCor a 14) – Storage protein, 2S albumin
Hazel nut (nCor a 9) – Storage protein, 11S globulin
Cashew nut (rAna o 3) – Storage protein, 2S albumin
Walnut (rJug r 1) – Storage protein, 2S albumin
Walnut (rJug r 3) – Lipid transfer protein (nsLTP)
Peanut (rAra h 6) – Storage protein, Conglutin
Cow’s milk (nBos d 4) – Alpha-lactalbumin
Cow’s milk (nBos d 5) – Beta-lactoglobulin
Cow’s milk (nBos d 8) – Casein
Bermuda grass (nCyn d 1) – Group 1 grass
Timothy grass (rPhl p 1) – Group 1 grass
Timothy grass (rPhl p 2) – Group 2 grass
Timothy grass (rPhl p 6) – Group 6 grass
Timothy grass (rPhl p 7) – Polcalcin
Timothy grass (rPhl p 12) – Profilin
Timothy grass (rPhl p 5b) – Group 5 grass
A. fumigatus (rAsp f 3) – Peroxisomal protein
A. fumigatus (Asp f 4) – unknown
A. alternata (rAlt a 1) – Acidic glycoprotein
House dust mite (rDer p 2) – NPC2 family
House dust mite (rDer p 10) – Tropomyosin
House dust mite (rDer p 1) – Group 1 Mites
Alpha-amylase (nAsp o 21) – n/a
Egg (nGal d 4) – Lysozyme
Papaya (nCar p 1) – Papain
Olive (nOle e 7) – Lipid transfer protein (nsLTP)
Olive (rOle e 9) – Glucanase
Birch (rBet v 1) – PR-10 Protein
Birch (rBet v 2) – Profilin
Birch (rBet v 4) – Profilin
Birch (rBet v 6) – Isoflavone reductases
Olive (rOle e 1) – Trypsin inhibitor
Ragweed (nAmb a 1) – Pectate lyase
Mugwort (nArt v 1) – Glycoprotein
Mugwort (nArt v 3) – Lipid transfer protein (nsLTP)

A number of studies have recently demonstrated that allergen component-resolved testing (CRT) may improve the specificity of testing for a variety of allergens. Allergen CRT can identify and quantify the levels of the parts or components of a suspected allergen that triggers allergic reactions.
Allergen CRT provides an accurate assessment for diagnosing allergies and assists with patient risk evaluation and identifying strategies for reducing and avoiding exposure to allergens, or with the selection of specific allergens for immunotherapy.

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