How to better identify and manage soy-allergic patients:
- Better identification of the soy-allergic patient
- Results in improved patient management
Gly m 5
Gly m 6
Associated with severe reactions
Stable to heat and digestion
||Gly m 4*
Associated with local reactions (e.g. OAS)
Labile to heat and digestion
Associated with allergy to birch and birch-related tree pollens
* Systemic reactions may occur, particularly in patients allergic to birch-related tree pollens consuming large quantities of low-processed soy, e.g. soy milk.
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Make a precise assessment
ImmunoCAP Allergen components help you differentiate "true" allergies from cross-reactivity.
Make a substantiated decision
Better differentiation helps you give relevant advice and define the optimal treatment.
Make a difference
Proper management helps you improve the patient’s well-being and quality of life.