Tag: diagnostic test

Fish

Why Allergy Tests May be Underdiagnosing Fish Allergy

According to the study, an important allergenic component is missing in allergy tests for fish.
Multi-omics

Multi-omics Approach Offers New Insights into Peanut Allergy Severity

Findings could improve diagnostics and lead to new treatments.
Alternative Facts

Social Media "Alternative Facts" on Food Allergies Can Negatively Impact Medical...

“Be suspicious of information falsely claiming to be scientific, as well as cherry picked data, personal anecdotes and paid celebrity endorsements."
Sesame Seeds

NIH Researchers Estimate 17% of Food-Allergic Children Have Sesame Allergy

“Given how frequently sesame allergy occurs among children who are allergic to other foods, it is important to use caution to the extent possible when exposing these children to sesame.”
Open Wide!

Study: Testing for Food Allergy by 'Brushing' Along the Gum Line

Could submitting to an allergy test in the future be as simple as opening your mouth and being brushed along the gum line?
Moo

Test is 87% Accurate at Determining Outcome to Milk OIT

Using a growing database of patient reactivity signatures can better predict milk-allergic patient outcomes compared to traditional methods.
Epitope Mapping

Mount Sinai and AllerGenis Announce Partnership to Bring Novel, Precision Diagnostics...

The technology will provide an improved method for detecting, assessing, and monitoring food allergies in patients.
Urine Test

Study: Food Allergy Diagnosed Via Urine

The findings could lead to food allergy testing that is non-invasive and predictive of the level of sensitivity.

End Allergies Together Funds EoE Diagnostic Research

EoE is on the rise and may increase even more once oral immunotherapy becomes commonplace. EAT is funding research into a better diagnostic.
Blood Vials

New Diagnostic Tool Determines Severity of Peanut Allergies Without Exposure to...

Exciting news that may fundamentally change the way allergists test for the presence and severity of food allergies.