What is Animal Hair?
Animal Hair is used to medications to provoke an immune response, such as an allergic response. This can be used to diagnose various types of animal allergies, such as cat allergies, dog allergies, and others. Other types of available animal ... More »
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- Animal Allergies: Animal allergies are an allergic reaction from exposure to an allergen from an animal. Examples of animal allergens include animal hair ... More on Animal Allergies »
- Allergies: Allergies occur when the immune system responds to a substance. Common examples include dust allergies, pollen allergies (causing hay fever ... More on Allergies »
- Hay Fever: Hay fever, also called Allergic Rhinitis, is an allergic reaction to pollens are other airborne allergens. Symptoms of hay fever ... More on Hay Fever »
- Bee sting: Bee sting refers to the bite or sting from a bee. A bee sting from a single bee is a ... More on Bee sting »
- Mold Allergies: Mold allergies are an allergic reaction to molds, such as those in the bathroom. Mold allergies need to be differentiate ... More on Mold Allergies »
- Food Allergies: Food allergies occur when the bodyís immune system reacts against a substance in food causing an allergic reaction. Common ... More on Food Allergies »
- Dander: Dander is a substance used for testing for Animal Allergies (e.g. Cat Allergies, Dog Allergies, and many others). Other ... More on Dander »
- Fur: Fur in a drug or medication is used as an Allergen for the testing of Allergies, in particular, for Animal Allergies ... More on Fur »
- Feather Allergens: Feather allergens are substances that are found in bird feathers. They are used in medications to diagnose allergies to feathers ... More on Feather Allergens »
- Pollen: Pollen is used in medications as an Allergen to test a personís allergic response to pollen. Diseases tested for ... More on Pollen »
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