Specific IgE

 

 

IgE antibodies are a special class of immunoglobulins that are produced by the immune system in response to antigens.

Once secreted by specially programmed B-lymphocytes, IgE circulates in the bloodstream until it becomes attached to the surface membranes of mast cells and basophils present in the epithelial surfaces of the body, such as the respiratory and gastrointestinal tracts and the skin.

Upon re-exposure, some allergens cross-link the membrane-bound corresponding specific IgE and trigger the release of several inflammatory mediators including histamine, leukotrienes, prostaglandins, and proteases, thereby producing the familiar signs and symptoms of allergies.

Determination concentration specific IgE is very important in the diagnostic of allergy diseases, because it helps to find a reason of disease, specific allergen.  

 

 

 


 

 

Allergy diagnostics "Alkor Bio"         

           

 300-29 AllergoEIA-specific IgE          

 300-30, 300-33 Allergens and allergens mixes   

 300-34 Allergen components (recombinant and native)

 

              

                                         

 

 

 

 

 


 Allergy diagnostics "Radim"

 

  A1000, A1003, A1004, A1005 ALLERgen Specific IgE system

  A1100 Calibrators set

  A9250 ALLERgen Specific IgE Positive Control Serum - Inhalants

   A9249 ALLERgen Specific IgE Positive Control Serum - Food

  A9251 ALLERgen Specific IgE Negative Control Serum

  300-31, 300-32 Allergens and allergens mixes    

                                                                     

        

 

       

                                                                            

 

 


 
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