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Development of a model of methodology for the  inmunoenzimatic diagnostic of specific IgG  set against food allergens in veterinary

During the last years there had been a lot of controversy on the utility of the tests "in vitro" that determine levels of IgE for the diagnosis of food allergy in small animals.  Some authors considered that its sensibility and specificity was very low.  Ultimately this has gone changing thanks to the utilization of antibodies of greater quality and standardized allergenic  extracts, therefore the reliability of the results has tremendously increased.  Nevertheless the levels of sensibility and specificity could not be reached compared to the ones that are reached in the diagnosis of the environmental allergies.  Through diverse studies, it has been verified that in some cases food allergy goes through IgE and in others through IgG, knowing that in some cases and determining only the IgE we had false negatives. 

With the objective to cover this hole Alergovet, S.L. has developed a model of methodology for the diagnosis of the IgG, and thus to be able to carry out a reliable diagnosis of food allergies, by means of the decision of these antibodies set against the most frequent components of the “feed” of dogs.