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Edition #2 | Sugar-free allergy diagnostics
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Edition #1 | Tropical Fruits
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ALEX²  |  10.19.2022

Wheat: A double-edged sword

Wheat (Triticum aestivum) is an important part of our daily diet, supplying us with carbohydrates, fats, dietary fibers, minerals, proteins, vitamins, and water.
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ALEX²  |  09.09.2021

Insect Venom Allergy

A picnic outside? Lunch on the terrace? Sounds tempting – but the risk of getting stung by a wasp is high.
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ALEX²  |  19.10.2021

Allergic to your beloved pet?

Do your eyes water or do you sneeze after playing with, cuddling or being near a furry animal (e.g., cat, dog, or horse)?
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ALEX²  |  11.09.2022

Meat allergy - when the steak suddenly causes problems

Nowadays, 3-4% of all people suffer from food allergies.
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ALEX²  |  12.06.2021

Christmas ingredients: Caution for nut allergic patients

Who doesn't know the typical Christmas smell of spices, mulled wine and winter?
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ALEX²  |  01.12.2022

Malassezia - clinical and immunological aspects

Malassezia sympodialis as well as Malassezia furfur are yeasts that frequently trigger allergies in patients with atopic dermatitis.
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News  |  02.01.2022

MADx expands business into North American market

As of today MADx partners with ALPCO to offer its services and products to customers in North America.
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News  |  03.08.2022

MADx supports the new “Initiative Allergiescreening Deutschland”

"All children should have the chance to be screened for allergies at an early stage."
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ALEX²  |  03.04.2022

The dark side of spring - nasty early bloomers

Spring has begun and for many people spring is the most beautiful time of the year.
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ALEX²  |  12.05.2022

“Could I be allergic to cannabis?”

If you are asking yourself this question, the ALEX2® multiplex allergy test can answer it for you.
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ALEX²  |  12.05.2022

Ficus-fruit syndrome can be independent of latex allergy

90% of patients with allergic reactions to fig fruits have a ficus plant in their household.
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