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Unveiling the Mysteries of Food Allergens:
The "Micro" Contributions of the Microarray Scanner

Food Allergy Screening

JUST A Little Blood And Time

Hey there,

Are you tired of the guessing game with allergies? Say hello to the Microarray Scanner – your ultimate weapon in the battle against allergens!

Picture this: a cutting-edge device that zooms into your body's sensitivity like never before. With the Microarray Scanner, you can uncover those pesky allergens that have been causing you trouble.

What's so cool about it?

Food and Drink


Lightning-Fast Results

No more waiting around! The Microarray Scanner gives you speedy results, so you can get back to enjoying life.


Pinpoint Accuracy

Say goodbye to guesswork. This weapon doesn't just identify allergens; it nails them down with precision, helping your doctor create the perfect treatment plan.


All-in-One Testing

From pollen to peanuts, this gadget checks it all. No allergen is too elusive for the Microarray Scanner.


Personalized Solutions

Your allergies are unique, and so should be your treatment. With the Microarray Scanner, you get tailor-made solutions that fit you like a glove.

IgG food allergy
​​For your IgG 14/50/104

IgG-related food allergies can cause a range of symptoms, including digestive issues like bloating and diarrhea, skin problems like eczema, fatigue, headaches, joint pain, mild respiratory symptoms, and emotional changes such as irritability or anxiety. Symptoms vary among individuals and can be nonspecific, making diagnosis challenging without proper testing and evaluation. Consulting a healthcare professional is important for accurate diagnosis and management.


IgE food allergy
For your IgE 30/60

IgE-related food allergies typically manifest as more immediate and severe symptoms compared to IgG-related allergies. Common symptoms include hives, itching or tingling in the mouth, swelling of the lips, face, tongue, or throat, difficulty breathing, wheezing, nasal congestion, abdominal pain, diarrhea, vomiting, dizziness, fainting, and in severe cases, anaphylaxis, which is a life-threatening allergic reaction requiring immediate medical attention.

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