Introducing Molecular Inhalant Allergens for Diagnosis and Therapeutic Decisions
Tuesday, February 24, 2015: 3:30 PM-4:45 PM
Convention Center, Level Three, Room 351
1.25 CME/ 1.50 CE
Joaquin Sastre , MD PhD FAAAAI

Learning Objectives

  1. Discuss the important protein families, nomenclature and data banks on allergenic molecules inducing inhalant allergies and how to use them properly
  2. Discuss the allergen-specific IgE profiles in U.S.-allergic patients from different regions applying multiplex testing with allergen components
  3. Discuss the diagnostic approaches using molecular inhalant allergens to understand complex sensitization patterns
3:30 PM
Allergen Protein Families, Nomenclature and Data Banks: How to Use This Information in the Office
Ronald Van Ree, PhD FAAAAI
3:45 PM
Microarrayed Specific IgE to Allergen Components in Allergic Subjects from Different U.S. Regions: What Can We Learn from Their Sensitization Profiles?
Robert G. Hamilton, PhD D.ABMLI FAAAAI
4:00 PM
Diagnostic Approaches Using Allergen-Specific IgE to Molecular Allergens: How to Identify Primary Sensitizations and Potential Cross-reactions in Inhalant Allergies
Joerg R. Kleine-Tebbe, MD FAAAAI
4:15 PM
Question & Answer
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