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Comparison of a new Skin Prick Test (SPT) Tape with the conventional SPT.

The Skin Prick Test Tape delivered bio-equivalent results to the conventional skin prick test for the diagnosis of mite allergen sensitization, offering an easy and standardized application procedure, avoiding cross-contamination and guaranteeing sterility.

Lactococcus lactis KR-050L extract suppresses house dust mite induced-atopic skin inflammation through inhibition of keratinocyte and mast cell activation.

Atopic dermatitis (AD) is a chronic inflammatory skin disease, with a steadily increasing prevalence. Lactic acid bacteria (LAB) have been widely used in the food industry and are an attractive option for preventing and treating allergic skin diseases. We previously isolated new LABs including Lactococcus lactis KR-050L from Gajuknamu kimchi, and showed the anti-inflammatory effects of extract of Lactococcus lactis KR-050L culture broth (LLK). In this study, we investigated the effects of LLK on AD.

Sensitization to Common Aeroallergens in the Atopic Population of West Bengal, India: An Investigation by Skin Prick Test.

Aeroallergen sensitization is increasing worldwide. The optimal management of allergic disease requires the identification of the allergic sensitivities of the patient. Complete data of offending aeroallergens are scant from West Bengal, India. Hence, we employed a retrospective analysis of an atopic population of West Bengal to investigate the rate of sensitivity toward common aeroallergens including pollens, molds and house dust mites.

Evaluation of Sensitivity Toward Storage Mites and House Dust Mites Among Nasobronchial Allergic Patients of Kolkata, India.

House dust mites (HDMs) are the major constituents of house dust (HD). HD and HDM sensitization is well documented worldwide. Storage mite (SM) sensitization is presently lacking from India. The present study evaluated the sensitization of both HDM and SM among 372 allergic rhinitis patients reported to the Allergy and Asthma Research Center of Kolkata metropolitan, India. HD samples were collected from the patients' home and analyzed for the major constituent mites. HD and six constituent mites Dermatophag...

Allergen variability and house dust mite sensitivity in pre-school children with allergic complaints.

Yazıcı S, Güneş S, Kurtuluş-Çokboz M, Kemer Ö, Baranlı G, Aşık-Akman S, Can D. Allergen variability and house dust mite sensitivity in pre-school children with allergic complaints. Turk J Pediatr 2018; 60: 41-49. The increase in the prevalence of allergic diseases in pre-school children who are often at home may be due to an increase in house dust mite sensitivity, which is rarely expected in this age group. In our study, it was aimed to investigate allergen sensitivities, especially house dust mi...

C-Tb skin test to diagnose Mycobacterium tuberculosis infection in children and HIV-infected adults: A phase 3 trial.

C-Tb, an ESAT-6/CFP-10-based skin test, has similar sensitivity for active TB compared to tuberculin skin test (TST) and QuantiFERON-TB-Gold-In-Tube (QFT). However, data are limited in children and HIV-infected persons.

Profile Shift in Latex Sensitization over the Last 20 Years.

Natural rubber latex (NRL) allergy is commonly diagnosed according to medical history, skin allergy tests, and serological analyses. However, skin tests are increasingly being abandoned because of (i) their time-consuming nature, (ii) latex preparations for skin tests being not commercially available, and (iii) the use of in-house prepared test solutions is becoming ever more difficult due to increasing regulatory hurdles. In this light, we have evaluated differences in the profiles of current and former pa...

Early detection of peripheral neuropathy using stimulated skin wrinkling test in human immunodeficiency virus infected patients: A cross-sectional study.

Peripheral neuropathy is a common condition of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)-infected patients, which often remains undetected. We assessed the performance of stimulated skin wrinkling-eutectic mixture of local anesthetic (SSW-EMLA) test compared with brief peripheral neuropathy screening (BPNS) to detect HIV neuropathy.This is a cross-sectional study conducted in HIV-positive patients. A modified skin wrinkling grading was used to assess SSW-EMLA effect. BPNS-detectable neuropathy was assessed by a co...

Underestimation of house dust mite-specific IgE with extract-based ImmunoCAPs compared to molecular ImmunoCAPs.

We identified 6 house dust mite (HDM) allergen molecules to comprising the majority of HDM IgE-binding components and show that molecular ImmunoCAPs based on these six allergens are superior to allergen extract-based ImmunoCAPs for quantifying HDM-specific IgE.

Reliability of the portable coagulometer qLabs to accurately measure the activated thromboplastin time and international normalized ratio: a prospective study in critically ill patients.

: The current prospective study was aimed at investigating whether a portable coagulometer (qLabs) can be used to reliably monitor activated thromboplastin time (aPTT) and international normalized ratio (INR) in critically ill patients, as compared with standard central laboratory measurement. Both precision and accuracy of INR and aPTT measured by qLabs were assessed in this observational study by finger prick group (N = 30 patients) and blood droplet group from central venous catheter drawn (N = 6...

A comparison of specific IgE and skin prick test results to common environmental allergens using the HYTEC™ 288.

Although skin-prick testing (SPT) is commonly used by allergists in the evaluation of allergy, in-vitro testing for specific IgE (sIgE) is an attractive alternate because it can be performed remotely and is of utility when SPT is contraindicated, as in patients on anti-histamines, or with dermatitis or severe eczema. It is, however, necessary to determine the extent of correlation between the in-vitro and in-vivo methods. In this study, we examined the qualitative concordance between SPT and sIgE as measure...

An Animal Model for Wheat Allergy Skin Sensitisation: A Comparative Study in Naive versus Tolerant Brown Norway Rats.

Allergic sensitisation to foods may occur in infancy without prior oral exposure to the offending food, leading to the assumption that food allergy sensitisation may occur through the skin. Concerns have been raised regarding the safety of use of personal care products containing hydrolysed wheat proteins, since these products have been shown to induce allergy through the skin, and even cause an abrogation of an already established oral tolerance.

Diagnostic utility of skin autofluorescence when patch test results are doubtful.

The standard diagnostic test for allergic contact dermatitis is the patch test, which can also be used to identify irritant contact dermatitis. Doubtful reactions (?+) can be often clinically relevant to individuals and can require additional tests.

Impact of allergy on children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.

Background. Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is commonly present worldwide, causing serious problems to those affected. ADHD was suggested to be secondary to allergic disorder or its medication. Both ADHD and allergy depend on complex environmental and genetic interaction, and they meet the hypersensitivity criteria. Objective. Detect the percentage of allergy in ADHD children, the common allergic disorders and allergens, and the effect of allergy on symptom and severity of ADHD. Material and...

Diagnostics of allergies with prick test.

Acanthamoeba profilin elicits allergic airway inflammation in mice.

In previous studies, we suggested that Acanthamoeba is a new aero-allergen and that patients who showed positive results for the skin-prick test response to Acanthamoeba cross-reacted with several pollen allergens. Additionally, patients with common antibodies reacted to the 13-15 kDa Acanthamoeba unknown allergen.

Assessment of circulating FCεRIa in Chronic Spontaneous Urticaria patients and its correlation with clinical and immunological variables.

Chronic spontaneous urticaria (CSU) is a chronic type characterized by episodes of wheals with or without angioedema. Autoantibody against the alpha subunit of Fc epsilon receptor (FcεRIa) was detected in CSU patients' sera. The study aims to evaluate the clinical utility of skin tests in CSU patients. In addition, it assesses the presence of circulating FcεRIa in CSU patients and their correlation with other clinical and immunological variables. The study includes 40 healthy controls and 40 CSU patients ...

Clinical efficacy of herbal extract cream on the skin hydration, elasticity, thickness, and dermis density for aged skin: A randomized controlled double-blind study.

Traditional medicine herbal prescriptions used for the treatment of skin disease have been developed into cosmetics. Sang-Hyul-Yun-Boo-Em (SHYBE) is a mixed herbal formula prescribed for patients with yin or blood deficiency patterns of skin disease. A previous study reported that SHYBE exercises anti-allergic and anti-inflammatory effects. To date, no study has reported the efficacy of cosmetics containing the SHYBE extract.

Duplicate Skin Prick Testing in the Assessment of Food Allergy.

Minor taxa in human skin microbiome contribute to the personal identification.

The human skin microbiome can vary over time, and inter-individual variability of the microbiome is greater than the temporal variability within an individual. The skin microbiome has become a useful tool to identify individuals, and one type of personal identification using the skin microbiome has been reported in a community of less than 20 individuals. However, identification of individuals based on the skin microbiome has shown low accuracy in communities larger than 80 individuals. Here, we developed a...

Quality characteristics of reduced fat emulsion-type chicken sausages using chicken skin and wheat fiber mixture as fat replacer.

This study identified the suitability of chicken skin and wheat fiber mixture (CSFM) as an optimal fat replacer and its addition levels in reduced fat emulsion-type sausages, also paying heed to quality characteristics. Two CSFM types [CSFM-1 and CSFM-2 (chicken skin:ice:wheat fiber = 5:3:2 or 3:5:2, respectively)] were added at 0, 5, 10, 15, and 20% (w/w) as fat replacer. As the addition level increased, higher moisture and lower fat content were observed in the sausage samples without protein content loss...

A New Model to Calibrate a Reference Standard for Bovine Tuberculin Purified Protein Derivative in the Target Species.

Since 1986, use of a Bovine International Standard (BIS) for bovine tuberculin has been required to ensure national and international uniformity regarding the potency designation of bovine tuberculin Purified Protein Derivative (PPDb) preparations produced by multiple manufacturers. The BIS is the unique golden standard in the guinea pig potency assay, representing 100% potency, where potencies of production batches are calculated as relative potencies in comparison with the potency of the BIS which was set...

Egg allergen specific IgE diversity predicts resolution of egg allergy in the population cohort HealthNuts.

IgE-mediated egg allergy presents as one of the most common food allergies in children. Measurement of egg white-specific IgE levels in serum or skin prick test has been shown to be a poor predictor of clinical allergy to raw egg white, and also to baked or cooked egg. Recent developments in component resolved diagnostic (CRD) technology have enabled us to improve the way in which we diagnose and predict peanut allergy through examining IgE specificity to individual peptides.

Are skin sensitisation test methods relevant for proteins?

Tests for identification of chemical skin sensitisation hazard have been available for decades, evolving from guinea pig assays, through the first validated method, the local lymph node assay, to several validated in vitro methods. These methods successfully identify the hazard for chemicals, with an accuracy in the region of 85%. However, in some regulations, consideration may be given to their application to proteins. Here, the scientific relevance of the use of skin sensitisation tests for the assessment...

Active edible films of methylcellulose with extracts of green apple (Granny Smith) skin.

The aim a present study was developed methylcellulose (MC) active edible films with extracts of green apple skin, as model systems of edible coating. Active edible films were developed by incorporation of ethanolic extract of freeze-dried apple skin (EEFD) and aqueous extract of apple skin (AES) at 10, 20 and 25% (v/v) concentrations. Analysis of thermal, mechanical and functional properties was carried out. Results showed that incorporation of green apple skin extracts into MC films contribute to total phe...

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