MADx stark vertreten beim EAACI 2021 in Krakau

ALEX ist bereits gut etabliert - Ergebnisse wurden auf insgesamt 16 Postern präsentiert

Durch die umfangreichen Möglichkeiten wie das Screenen von Patientengruppen, Gewinnen neuer Erkenntnisse über Kreuzreaktivitäten und Sensibilisierungsmustern, etc. wird ALEX auch zu Forschungszwecken bereits weltweit verwendet. Dies zeigte sich deutlich an den Ergebnissen von ALEX Analysen, welche in nationalen sowie internationalen Abstracts für elektronische Posterpräsentationen am EAACI 2021 vorgestellt wurden.

Hier eine Übersicht mit den Links:

1) Multinational study of sensitization patterns to parvalbumins from ten fish species for next-generation molecular allergy diagnosis (Kalic T, Kuehn A, Aumayr M, Bindslev-Jensen C, Forstenlechner P, Üzülmez Ö, Hemmer W, Leung A, Leung N, Lifanov Y, Bartra J, Domínguez O, Pascal M, Sorensen M, Wong G, Hafner C, Breiteneder H)

2) Case of acute allergic reaction to sunflower seeds in a 4-years old boy (Sharikadze Olena; Zubchenko Svitlana; Yuriev Serhii)

3) Molecular profile of sensitization to house dust mite allergens in children with allergic rhinitis (Moskovenko Elena; Marushko Yuriy; Halushko Bohdan)

4) Profile of year-round sensitization in school-age children with bronchial asthma (Marushko Yuriy; Moskovenko Elena; Yuriev Serhii; Halsuhko Bohdan)

5) Prevalence of sensitization to recombinant cat allergens in schoolchildren (Kryvopustova Mariia; Volosovets Oleksandr; Yuriev Serhii; Moskovenko Olena)

6) Molecular profile of sensitization of school-age children with allegic rhinitis and sensitization to mold and house dust mite allergens (Moskovenko Elena; Marushko Yuriy; Hyshchak Tatiana; Halushko Bohdan)

7) Prevalence of sensitization to house dust mite allergens in adults (Yuriev Serhii Dmitrievich)

8) Comparison of LTP’s sensitization profiles according to two component resolved diagnosis in vitro test

9) Atopy and multisensitizations in patients with severe asthma (Romantowski Jan; Moszkowska Grazyna; Niedoszytko Marek)

10) Flax seed allergy due to storage proteins

11) Sensitivity of the Allergy Explorer version 1 and 2 for the diagnosis of the five most common inhalant allergens in Austria (Koch Lukas; Laipold Karin; Arzt-Gradwohl Lisa; Cerpes Urban; Sturm Eva Maria; Sturm Gunter Josef)

12) Sensitization to ragweed and comorbidities in seasonal allergic rhinitis patients in Ukraine (Dubuske L.; Kurchenko A.; Tsaryk V.)

13) Characterization of peach allergy patients and molecular sensitization profile with ALEX microarray (Silva Maria Inês; Brás Rita; Paulino Marisa; Costa Célia; Cabral Duarte Fátima; Pedro Elisa; Pereira-Santos Maria Conceiçãob)

14) Peculiarities of sensitization to molecular components of house dust mite in children of different ages with respiratory allergic diseases (Kasianenko Hanna V.; Goncharuk Serhii F.; Yarova Halyna I.)

15) Molecular sensitization profile to grass and olive pollens in Portugal (Cosme J.; Spínola-Santos A.; Pedro E.; Pereira-Santos M.C.; Lopes A.; Caiado J.; Paulino M.; Tomás E.; Farinha S.; Matos E.; Pinela A.; Jacinto H.; São-Braz M.A.; Ribeiro F.; Paes M.J.; Santos N.; Rodrigues-Carvalho S.; Duarte-Ferreira R.; Todo-Bom A.; Regateiro F.; Botelho-Alves P.; Môrete A.; Falcão H.; Cunha L.; Falcão I.; Neves E.; Plácido J.L.; Silva D.; Vasconcelos M.J.; Silva R., Abreu C.; Ferreira-Horta A.; Martins S.; Lozoya-Ibáñez C.; Paulos-Viegas L; Morais-Silva P.; Nogueira C.; Costa-Viana J.; Borrego L.M.; Cruz C.; Piedade S.; Forstenlechner P.; Aumayr M.; Pineda F.)

16) Mite molecular recognition profiles among different severity stages of atopic dermatitis (González Pérez Ruperto; Poza Guedes Paloma; Pineda Fernando; Aumayr Martina; Castillo Miriam; Forstenlechner Peter; Sánchez Machín Inmaculada)