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Allergy Testing

AIM Laboratories allergy testing uses HELIA analyzer to analyze the Allergy & Food Intolerance. The allergy testing provides the providers clinically accurate and relevant results to help properly identify and measure a patient’s immune response to allergens.

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AIM Laboratories uses the state of art HELIA automated analyzer which uses AIDABLOTS® Allergy method to identify more than 200 allergens. AIDABLOTS is an efficient screen profile allergy testing.  It is a membrane based in vitro immunoassay for the parallel determination of allergen specific IgE/IgG4 antibodies against allergens/allergen mixtures and total IgE/IgG4 in serum or dry blood card. The assay permits a large number of tests to be conducted in parallel over a short period of time, which allows AIM for a high throughput and fast turnaround time, resulting in time and cost savings to our customers.

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Aim Laboratories Provides Dependable Blood Allergy Testing

A simple blood test can help your patients understand their allergy risks

AIM Labs provides total Immunoglobulin E (IgE) and specific IgE testing that can help properly identify and measure a patient’s immune response to allergens.

We offer both total IgE specific and IgE testing. IgE specific measures the number of IgE antibodies in the patient’s blood, while specific IgE measures the patient’s response to specific allergens.

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We use state of the art technology for our testing. Patients will appreciate that our test requires only 150μL of serum per panel. Our ability to multiplex allows for a high throughput and fast turnaround time, resulting in time and cost savings that we pass along to you.

The scientific expertise and state of the art technology provided by AIM Labs delivers timely and accurate results needed for properly identifying a patient’s allergy profile.

Our allergy test panels can accurately measure more than 100 of the most common food and environmental allergens using only 150μL of serum per panel.

Our full-service CLIA-certified and COLA-licensed laboratory is centrally located in St. Louis, Missouri, and is uniquely positioned to provide testing for clients throughout the United States.

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Benefits of AIM Laboratories Allergy Testing Menu

AIM Laboratories allergy testing uses state of the art HELIAs (Helmed Line Immunoassay Analyzer) to analyze allergies and food intolerances. The allergy testing offers health providers clinically accurate and relevant results to help properly identify and measure a patient’s immune response to allergens. AIM Laboratories uses AIDABLOTS® Allergy method to identify more than 200 allergens. Using serum or dry blood cards, the assay permits a large number of tests to be conducted in parallel over a short period of time, resulting in time and cost savings to our customers.

 

Dependable Blood Allergy Testing with State-of-the-Art Technology

 

We offer both IgE and IgG4 testing. Immunoglobulin E (IgE) is a type of antibody that is capable of producing a strong allergic reaction, such as anaphylaxis. AIDABLOTS® tests for up to 38 common food allergies, such as soy, wheat, and peanut. IgG4 is a subclass of immunoglobulin G. This is a different type of antibody that is claimed to be responsible for “food intolerances”, which manifest as a range of symptoms from digestion troubles to rashes.

 

We use state of the art technology for our testing. Patients will appreciate that our test requires only 150μL of serum per panel or Dry Blood Card which can be collected the sample at home. Our ability to multiplex allows for a high throughput and fast turnaround time, resulting in time and cost savings that we pass along to you.

 

Overview of AIM Labs Allergy Panels

 

  • IgE 23 Food Allergen Panel: Includes soy, wheat, peanut, milk, shellfish, and more

  • IgE 38 Food Allergen Panel: Includes soy, 6 different grains, 9 different animal products, tree nuts, fruits, vegetables, and more

  • IgG4 Food Intolerance Panels: We offer 5 different IgG4 panels that encompass 200 different foods, including specific types of dairy, grains, meats, spices, fruits, vegetables, and mushrooms.