Allergy Panel


Allergy Panel

An allergy panel, also known as allergy testing or allergy screening, is a diagnostic test used to identify specific allergens that may be causing an allergic reaction in an individual. There are several methods for allergy testing, and the choice of method depends on the patient’s medical history, symptoms, and the suspected allergens.

Blood tests, such as the specific IgE blood test, measure the levels of immunoglobulin E (IgE) antibodies in the blood. IgE antibodies are produced in response to allergens. Blood tests are often used when skin testing is not feasible or if the patient has a skin condition that may interfere with testing. 40 allergen detection markers

Mite, Dermatophagoides pteronyssinusMite, Dermatophagoides farinae
Dog danderAspergillus fumigatus
Short ragweedEgg white, chicken
Chicken feathers & skinDuck feathers & skin
Alternaria alternataMugwort, common
Potato, whiteBlue Mussel
Egg yolk, chickenCheddar cheese
Mite, Blomis tropicalsCockroach, Germany
Candida albicansBermuda grass
Milk, bovineCodfish
Cockroach, OrientalPenicillium notatum
SalmonYeast, Bakers
KiwiGoat milk
Cat danderCladosporium herbarum
Timothy grassCarrot

Sample Requirement

Blood Sample Type:

Venous Blood: A venous blood sample is most commonly used for Allergy Panel. It is drawn from a vein, usually in the arm, using a needle and a collection tube.