ImmunoCAP Lab Tests

Test results with high clinical value are key for clinical decisions and diagnostic success.

ImmunoCAP Lab tests give reliable results that support primary care physicians as well as specialists in providing optimal patient management.

ImmunoCAP Lab tests are run on fully automated Phadia Laboratory Systems, designed to deliver accurate and reproducible test results, increase operational efficiency and shorten the lead times – whether being a small local clinic or a large commercial laboratory.

ImmunoCAP – a highly perfected technology commonly recognized as the gold standard

Designed as sandwich assays, the solid phase of ImmunoCAP ensures binding of all, but only relevant antibodies. This is achieved through an extreme binding capacity in combination with an optimal amount of cellulose in each ImmunoCAP vial.

The solid phase coupled to our standardized allergen source material, recombinant allergen components and relevant markers ensures unmatched clinical value thanks to high performance and reliable results.

ImmunoCAP Allergy & Asthma Assays

To enable as easy and comprehensive diagnosing as possible, we have designed a wide variety of allergy and asthma assays. These assays include tests that cover several catogories, including:

  • Grass, weed and tree pollens
  • Microorganisms
  • Mites
  • Cats, dogs and other furred animals
  • Insects
  • Venoms
  • Food allergens
  • ECP – a cellular marker for asthma and inflammation
  • Tryptase – a mast cell marker

Immunodiagnostics also offers assays for the evaluation of over 20 autoimmune-related diseases.

Overview of instruments and assays

  

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Allergy and asthma assays 
ImmunoCAP Total IgE
ImmunoCAP Total IgE Low Range
ImmunoCAP Specific IgE
ImmunoCAP Phadiatop/Phadiatop Infant
ImmunoCAP Specific IgA        
ImmunoCAP Specific IgG/IgG4    
ImmunoCAP ECP    
ImmunoCAP Tryptase    
Autoimmunity assays
EliA ANA  
EliA ANCA/GBM  
EliA CCP  
EliA Celiac  
EliA APS  
ImmunoCAP Thyroid  

  

As in all diagnostic testing, the diagnosis is made by the physican based on both test results and the patient history.