|Last Updated: February 4, 2023 @ 10:13 am|
Allergy - Immunocap, Peanut Protein Panel [IgE]
|Stability:||Ambient: 1 Day(s); Refrigerated: 1 Week(s); Frozen: 12 Month(s); Incubated: Unacceptable|
|Performed:||Monday, Wednesday, Friday|
|Interpretive Data:||Please see report for interpretive data.|
Peanut (f13) - High levels of peanut IgE can predict the likelihood of peanut sensitivity, but may not be solely predictive of reactions or allergic response.
Ara h 8 (f352) - LOW RISK of systemic reaction; Risk of mild, localized symptoms, such as itching/tingling of the lips, mouth, and oropharynx; cross-reactive with pollens (e.g., birch)
Ara h 9 (f427) - VARIABLE RISK of systemic reaction including anaphylaxis; often accompanied by sensitization to other peanut proteins; cross-reactive with fruits with pits (e.g., peaches)
Ara h 1, 2, 3 (f421, f423, f424) - HIGH RISK of systemic reaction including anaphylaxis; sensitization to Ara h 2 is nearly always associated with clinical peanut allergy
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