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Animal allergy, commonly known as pet allergy, refers to the allergic reaction triggered by exposure to the pet dander, animal dander, fur, urine, saliva, and sweat.

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Animal allergy is characterized by a runny or blocked nose, sneezing, itchy or inflamed eyes, dermatitis, etc. Some animals that are generally known to cause allergies to humans include cats, dogs, horses, guinea pigs, cows, sheep, chickens, and some birds. It is one of the most common allergies seen in asthmatic patients, causing acute asthma exacerbation, and requiring immediate medical attention. 

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Leading animal allergy research worldwide, Central BioHub offers a number of animal allergy test samples or or pet allergy samples collected from patients with allergy symptoms to animal dander, pet dander, fur, excreta, saliva, etc and who may or may not be undergoing animal allergy treatments. We bring human serum and plasma samples tested for specific animal antibodies for investigating Immunoglobulin E (IgE) mediated allergy to dogs, allergy to pets and other animal allergens. Animal allergens tested include cat dander, dog dander, Guinea pig epithelium, hamster epithelium, horse dander, bovine serum albumin (BSA), etc. Ensuring quality and maintaining physiological integrity of samples, all animal allergens specimens are preserved at <-18 °C at our supplier's biobank. Central BioHub assures fast online procurement of human biosamples of your interest with our smartest human biospecimen marketplace. For additional information on available Animal allergy biospecimens or clinical research samples, contact us now.

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An animal allergy is an intolerance to certain compounds, usually proteins, found in saliva, dander, sweat, sebum, urine, and feces of animals. Animal hair itself is not responsible for allergies.
The typical allergy symptoms usually occur immediately after contact with the allergen. Most common are respiratory symptoms triggered by inhalation of the allergen-containing particles. Commonly, allergic rhinitis occurs with a runny or stuffy nose and sneezing. Allergic rhinitis can develop into asthma after a few years. Animal allergens can also cause eye itching and watering. Less frequent are wheals and skin rash.
First, the doctor takes a medical anamnesis and tries to clarify in a detailed conversation where the causes of the allergic reaction lie. Even if there is no direct contact with an animal, an animal allergy cannot be excluded, since allergens such as cat hair can be widely dispersed through the air. Often the doctor then performs a so-called prick test. Therefore, a solution containing allergens is dripped onto pricked skin so that the liquid can enter easily. In the case of an allergy, a skin reaction occurs at the corresponding skin site.
For people affected by pet allergies, it is helpful to avoid the triggering factors. For those who cannot get along without their pets, anti-allergic medicines such as nasal drops or tablets and asthma sprays can help. Acute allergy symptoms can be treated with antihistamines or cortisone. Another method is hypo sensitization. In this immunotherapy, the immune system is adapted to the allergens gradually.
Central BioHub is your gateway to procuring serum samples obtained from consented donors, making them ideal for in-vitro biomedical research. They are measured for sIgE for different animal allergens and stored at <-18 °C at our partners biobanks. The positive tests categorize into four groups, the so-called RAST classes, of which class 1 represents the lowest and class 4 the highest content of specific IgE.