Awareness Technology, Inc. Allergy Testing Solutions

Visual•Ens® Allergy Screening Test**

Rapid immunochromatographic Assay for the Visual Detection of IgE Antibody in Human Serum

 

  • Simultaneous determination of multiple allergen-specific IgE antibodies.  Requires less hands-on time than competitive methods
  • Results within 30 minutes, hands-on time less than 1 minute
  • Single or multiple samples at a time, no sample pre-dilution necessary, long shelf life, 3 standard profiles available
  • Excellent correlation with established ELISA technologies, 90% sensitivity and specificity
  • ** Non-US market, Not available in the USA

 

 

Rapid•Ens® Fixed Panels Allergy Screening Test

Quick visual use of Acti•Tip® Assay for the Visual Detection of circulating IgE in Human Serum

 

  • Under 10 minutes hands-on preparation.  90 minutes total incubation time
  • Qualitative results
  • Accurate measuring (98%) with established techniques
  • Non-radioactive, avoids storage/disposal problems
  • Ready to use color-coded reagents
  • 16 month shelf life
  • Easy to learn and simple to perform
  • Only 100 µL serum needed

Allerg•E® Acti•Tip® system

Enzyme Immunoassay for the quantitative determination of Total IgE in Human Serum

 

  • Only 45 minutes total incubation time
  • Under ten minutes hands-on time
  • Precise quantitative results in International Units
  • Accurate measuring range: 5-600 IU/mL
  • Excellent correlation (98%) with established techniques
  • Non-radioactive, avoids storage /disposal problems
  • Ready to use color-coded reagents
  • Reagents have a 16 month shelf life
  • Procedure is easy to learn and simple to perform
  • Only 10µL serum needed
  • Use manual, semi-automated readers for direct IgE concentration results reporting

Allerg•Ens® Fixed Panels & Custom Panels

Enzyme Immunoassay for the quantitative determination of Allergen Specific IgE antibodies in Human Serum

 

  • Incubation time of 90 minutes. Requires less hands-on time than competitive methods
  • Excellent correlation with established techniques, highly sensitive and specific.  Objective quantitation of offending allergens.  Results are read photometrically for consistent results
  • Non-radioactive, avoids storage/disposal problems
  • Ready to use color-coded reagents
  • Reagents have a 16 month shelf life
  • Acti•Tips® have a shelf life of 3 years
  • Easy to learn and simple to perform
  • Use manual, semi-automated readers for direct IgE concentration results reporting

Enzy•Dex® Quantitative Custom Acti•Tip IgG

Enzyme Immunoassay for the Determination of

Type III IgG Specific Antibodies.

 

Specific antigen coated to a solid phase support (Ati•Tip) reacts with antigen specific IgG antibodies in patient’s serum. After washing away non specific reactants, enzyme labeled anti-human IgG is added to react with the antigen bound human IgG. The bound complex (antigen-IgG- enzyme labeled anti-IgG) is reacted with a chromogenic substrate specific for the enzyme, which results in the development of color. The intensity of the color developed is proportional to the amount of circulating allergen specific IgG antibodies. Measurement of these antibodies is achieved spectrophotometrically. and results expressed in percent (%) absorbance, by comparing readings of the unknowns to that of a Reference Standard.

Acti•Tips Listed Specifically for Enzy•Dex

 

ZM03-Aspergillus Fumigatus

ZM05-Candida albicans

ZM51-Thermopolyspora polyspora

ZM52-Micropolyspora faeni

ZE79-Parakeet Serum

ZE101-Pigeon Serum

ZE102-Canary Serum

ZE105-Chicken Serum

 

Acti•Tips Shared by Enzy•Dex & Allerg•Ens

 

DM01-Penicillium notatum

DM02-Cladosporium herbarum

DM04-Mucor

DM06-Alternaria tenuis

DM09-Fusarium moniliforme

DM11-Rhizopus nigricans

DM18-Aspergillus terreus

DM19-Aspergillus versicolor

DM25-Aspergillus flavus

DHM2-Mold Mix 2

DHM62-Ustilago tritici

DHM64-Aureobasidium pullulans

DHM65-Aspergillus niger

DHM66-Ustilago mais

DHM67-Thermoactinomyces vulgaris

DE07-Pigeon Droppings

DE70-Goose Feathers

DE85-Chicken Feathers

DE86-Duck Feathers

D075-Iscocyanate TDI

D076-Iscocyanate MDI

D077-Iscocyanate HDI

ACTI•TIP

Allergen List

Acti•Tip allergen coated beads on rods are color coded for easy identification.  Acti•Tips  are utilized with Allerg•Ens®  system to construct customized allergy panels.  a select number of Acti•Tip may also be used with Enzy•Dex. With over 200 allergens to choose from, including some mixed allergens, you may customize a panel to your immediate needs.

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Nuts, Seeds

 

DF10-Sesame

DF13-Peanut

DF16-Walnut

DF17-Hazelnut

DF18-Brazil nut Clear

DF19-Chestnut(swt)

DF20-Almond

DF36-Coconut

DF103-Pecan

 

Seafood

 

DF03-Codfish

DF21-Herring

DF22-Trout

DF23-Crab

DF24-Shrimp

DF37-Blue Mussel

DF40-Tuna

DF41-Salmon

DF80-Lobster

DF120-Sardines

DF121-Carp

DF109-Mackerel

 

Spices

 

DF29-Nutmeg

DF89-Mustard

DF90-Black pepper

DF91-Red pepper

 

Trees

 

DT01-Maple/Box Elder (Acer negundo)

DT02-Alder (Alnus incana)

DT03-Birch (Betula verrucosa)

DT04-Hazel Nut (Corylus avellana)

DT05-Beech (Fagus grandifolia)

DT06-Mountain Cedar (Juniperus sabinoides)

DT07-Oak (Quercus alba)

DT08-Elm (Ulmus americana)

DT09-Olive (Olea europea)

DT10-Walnut (Juglans californica)

DT11-Sycamore (Platanus acerifolia)

DT12-Willow (Salix caprea)

DT14-Cottonwood (Populus deltoides)

DT15-White Ash

DT16-White Pine (Pinus strobus)

DT17-Chestnut (Castanea sativa)

DT18-Eucalyptus (Eucalyptus spp.)

DT19-Acacia (Acacia longifolia)

DT20-j siposorP( etiuqseM

DT22-Hickory/Pecan (Carya pecan)

DT23-Italian Cypress (Cupressus sempervirens)

DT70-White Mulberry

DT71-Japanese Cedar

DT81-Ficus Benjamina

DT82-Poplar, White (Populus Alba)

 

Vegetables

 

DF14-Soy

DF15-White bean

DF25-Tomato

DF31-Carrot

DF35-Potato

DF85-Celery

DF86-Parsley

DF100-Lettuce

DF108-Onion

DF107-Spinach

 

Venoms/Insects

 

DI01-Honeybee (Apis mellifera)

DI02-White-faced hornet (Dolichovespula maculata)

DI03-Yellow jacket (Vespula spp)

DI04-Paper wasp (Polistes spp)

DI05-Yellow hornet (Dolichovespula arenaria)

DI06-Cockroach (Blatella germanica)

 

Weeds

 

DW01-Common Ragweed (Ambrosia elatior)

DW02-Western Ragweed (Ambrosia psilostachya)

DW03-Giant Ragweed (Ambrosia trifida)

DW04-False Ragweed (Franseria acanthicarpa)

DW05-Wormwood (Artemisia absinthium)

DW06-Mugwort (Artemisia vulgaris)

DW07-Ox-eye Daisy (Chrysanthemum leucanthemum)

DW08-Dandelion (Taraxacum vulgare)

DW09-English Plantain (Plantago lanceolata)

DW10-Lamb’s Quarter (Chenopodium album)

DW11-Russian Thistle (Salsola kali-pestifer)

DW13-Cocklebur (Xanthium commune)

DW14-Pigweed (Amaranthus retroflexus)

DW15-Scale (Atriplex lentiformis)

DW16-Rough Marsh Elder (Iva ciliata)

DW17-Firebush (Kochia scoparia)

DW18-Sheep Sorrel (Rumex acetosella)

DW19-Parietaria officinalis

DW20-Nettle (Urtica dioica)

DW21-Parietaria judaica

DW25-Geranium

DW28-Rose

DW30-Tulip

 

Animal Mix

 

DEX1-Animal E pithelia Mix 1 Contains:

DE01-Cat epithelia/dander,

DE05-Dog dander,

DE03-Horse dander

DEX2-Animal Epithelia Mix 2 Contains:

DE86- Duck feathers,

DE70-Goose feathers,

DE85-Chicken feathers

 

Dust Mix

 

DDX1-Dust/Mite Mix Contains: DD01-D.

pteronyssinus,

DD02-D. Farinae Mite,

DI06-Cockroach

 

Grass Mix

 

DGX1-Grass Mix 1 Contains: DG03-Ochard

DG06-Timothy

DG08-June/K. Blue

DGX2-Grass Mix 2 Contains:

DG04-Meadow fescue,

DG05-Perennial rye,

DG12-Cultivated rye

 

Mold Mix

 

DMX1-Mold Mix 1 Contains:

DM01-Penicillium,

DM02-Cladosporium,

DM03-Aspergillus fum,

DM06-Alternaria

 

Tree Mix

 

DTX1-Tree Mix 1Contains:

DT01-Maple,

DT03-Birch,

DT07-Oak

DTX2-Tree Mix 2Contains:

DT02-Alder,

DT04-Hazel nut,

DT05-Beech

 

Weed Mix

 

DWX1-Weed Mix 1 Contains: DW01-Ragweed,

DW10-Lambs Qtr.

DW11-Russian Thistle

DWX2-Weed Mix 2 Contains: DW06-Mugwort,

DW09-English plantain,

DW12-Goldenrod

Animals

 

DE01-Cat epithelium (Felis silvestris)

DE02-Dog epithelium (Canis familiaris)

DE03-Horse dander (Equus caballus)

DE04-Cow dander (Bos taurus)

DE05-Dog Dander

DE06-Guinea pig epithelium (Cavia porcellus)

DE07-Pigeon droppings (Columbia palumpus)

DE70-Goose feathers (Anser anser)

DE71-Mouse epithelium (Mus musculus)

DE73-Rat epithelium (Rattus rattus)

DE80-Goat epithelium (Capra hircus

DE81-Sheep epithelium (Ovis aries)

DE82-Rabbit epithelium (Oryctolagus cuniculus)

DE83-Swine epithelium (Sus scrofa)

DE84-Hamster epithelium (Cricetus cricetus)

DE85-Chicken feathers (Pullus gallinaceus)

DE86-Duck feathers (Anas platyrhynca)

DE90-Canary feathers

DE91-Parrot feathers

ZE102-Canary serum

ZE103-Pigeon serum

ZE105-Chicken serum

ZE79-Budgerigar serum

 

Cereals

 

DF04-Wheat

DF05-Rye

DF06-Barley

DF07-Oat

DF08-Corn

DF09-Rice

DF11-Buckwheat

DF79-Gluten

 

Dairy

 

DF02-Milk

DF76-AlphaL.albumin

DF77-BetaL.globulin

DF81-Cheese,cheddar

DF82-Cheese,mold

 

Dust/Mites

 

DH01-House dust

DD01-Dermatophagoides pteronyssinus

DD02-Dermatophagoides farinae

DD70-Acarus siro

DD71-Lepidoglyphus destructor

DD72-Tyrophagus putrescentiae

 

Fruits

 

DF30-Grapefruit

DF32-Lemon

DF33-Orange

DF44-Strawberry

DF49-Apple

DF72-Pineapple

DF84-Kiwi

DF87-Melon

DF92-Banana

DF94-Pear

DF97-Cherry

DF104-Cantaloupe

DF12-Pea

 

Grasses

 

DG01-Sweet Vernal (Anthoxanthum odoratum)

DG02-Bermuda (Cynodon dactylon)

DG03-Orchard (Dactylis glomerata)

DG04-Meadow Fescue (Festuca elatior)

DG05-Perennial Rye (Lolium perenne)

DG06-Timothy (Phleum pratense)

DG07-Common Reed (Phragmites communis)

DG08-June/K. Blue (Poa pratensis)

DG09-Red Top (Agrostis stolonifera)

DG10-Johnson (Sorghum halepense)

DG11-Brome (Bromus inermis)

DG12-Cultivated Rye (Secale cereale)

DG13-Velvet (Holcus lanatus)

DG14-Cultivated Oat (Avena sativa)

DG15-Cultivated Wheat (Triticum sativum)

DG16-Meadow Foxtail (Alopecurus pratensis)

DG17-Bahia (Paspalum notatum)

DG18-Barley

DG20-Corn

DG70-Wild Rye (Elymus glaucus)

DG71-Canary, Reed (Phalaris arundinacea)

DG100-Salt Grass

DG101-Japanese Hops (Humulus Lupulus)art No.GRASSES

 

Meats

 

DF26-Pork

DF27-Beef

DF57-Goose

DF83-Chicken

DF88-Lamb

 

Miscellaneous

 

DF01-Egg white

DF45-Yeast

DF74-Coffee

DF75-Egg Yolk

DF102-Malt

DF105-Chocolate

DF113-Tea

 

Molds

 

DM01-Penicillium notatum

DM02-Cladosporium herbarum

DM03-Aspergillus fumigatus

DM04-Mucor

DM05-Candida albicans

DM06-Alternaria tenuis

DM08-Helminthosporium halodes

DM09-Fusarium moniliforme

DM10-Stemphylium botryosum

DM11-Rhizopus nigricans

DM13-Phoma betae

DM14-Epicoccum purpurascens

DM15-Trichoderma viride

DM16-Curvularia lunata

DM17-Aspergillus amstelodami

DM18-Aspergillus terreus

DM19-Aspergillus versicolor

DM25-Aspergillus flavus

DM51-Thermopolyspora polyspora

DM52-Micropolyspora faeni

DHM60-Neurospora sitophila

DHM61-Chaetomium globosum

DHM62-Ustilago tritici

ZM03-Aspergillus fumigatus

ZM05-Candida albicans

ZM51-Thermopolyspora polyspora

ZM52-Micropolyspora faeni

DHM63-Aureobasidium pullulans

DHM64-Botrytis cinera

DHM65-Aspergillus niger

DHM66-Ustilago maydis

DHM67-Thermoactinomyces vulgaris

DHM69-Penicillium brevicompactum