Please tell me what particular allergens you're interested in and
what types of assays you're doing. Prior to my current career as
full-time Homeschooling Mom, I was one of the original scientists at
Allergenetics. Our original mission was to develop non-isotopic (ELISA)
in-vitro allergy diagnostics. Allergenetics was sold to 3M a year before
I left and has since be resold to BioWhittaker. I don't know what
happened to the original product lines. But they did work pretty well and
corresponded very well to the "gold standard" RAST test. Let me know what
you're doing more specifically and perhaps I can be of some assistance. I
am no longer in the paid job market, but I try to keep up as best I can
via the Internet and my literature and friends. Good luck.
Helene Sue Rock
On 23 Mar 1995, Bryan Kiehl wrote:
> I am trying to make several assays for specific IgE.
>> Does anyone know sources for purified allergens?
> Bryan Kiehl
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