1. CHO system
3. FRT
4. Total Ige


1. CHO system
3. FRT


1. CHO system
3. Specific insect panel

CHO system

CCD’s account for Cross Reactive Carbohydrate Determinants. CCD’s are plant carbohydrate structures which are able to elicit specific IgE reactions in animals. Because CCD’s are common in pollens, they may produce a multi-positive pollen positive results which mislead the allergen identification in the hypersensitive patient.

  • Kit for IgE anti-CCD detection
  • IgE anti-CCD blocker


ALLERCEPT, the Fc-epsilon receptor test, is produced in different test configurations. With mixed allergens for screening or individual allergen extracts.

Definitive allergen panels:

  • Geographically adapted indoor and pollen allergens
  • Flea saliva
  • Malassezia
  • Biting insects
  • Hymenoptera venoms
  • Epithelia test

Feline Hydrogel

The Feline IgE responses to allergens are generally lower than the other animal species. To be able to detect them consistently, a specific testing environment is required.

A buffer containing a Hydrogel provides the necessary milieu to detect minute amounts of specific IgE in cat samples. A specifically designed Hydrogel provides the necessary testing conditions.


Canine Total IgE

A quantitative test to measure total IgE in Canine samples. It uses the Fc-epsilon receptor which guarantees absolute IgE measurement without IgG cross-reactivity.

Food Reaction Test (FRT)

The FRT is a test which determines immune reactions to food components. It helps to identify the most suitable diet mixes for both the allergic and the non-allergic patient.

  • Canine FRT
  • Feline FRT