3305
Molecular Allergy: From Bench to Bedside
Sunday, March 2, 2014: 10:45 AM-12:00 PM
Convention Center, Upper Level, Room 11AB
1.25 CME/ 1.50 CE
Moderator:
Robert G. Hamilton , PhD D.ABMLI FAAAAI
Learning Objectives:
  1. Discuss the diagnostic value of food components and how they can lead to improved diagnostic answers and advice to the patient
  2. Describe the diagnostic value of inhalant allergen components and how they can lead to improved diagnostic answers and advice to the multi- sensitized patient
  3. Identify recently identified components from bee and wasp venom, latex and other protein allergens that facilitate definitive answers in cases of presumed sensitizations and enhance analytical sensitivity
10:45 AM
Improved Diagnostics for Food Allergy: Higher Analytical Sensitivity and Better Risk Assessment Using Single Molecules
Kirsten Beyer, MD
11:05 AM
Improved Diagnostics for Inhalant Allergy: Addressing Plant Related Crossreactivity and Multisensitizations with Single Molecules
Joerg R. Kleine-Tebbe, MD FAAAAI
11:25 AM
Allergenic Molecules in Anaphylactic Reactions: Improved Differentiation and Analytical Sensitivity
Markus W. Ollert, MD
11:45 AM
Question & Answer
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