New techniques to aeroallergens control

  1. S Moreno-Grau 1
  2. B Elvira-Rendueles 1
  3. J Moreno 1
  4. A García Sánchez 1
  5. N Vergara 1
  6. J Asturias 2
  7. M Arilla 2
  8. I Ibarolla 2
  9. J Seoane-Camba 3
  10. M Suárez-Cervera 3
  1. 1 Universidad de Cartagena

    Universidad de Cartagena

    Cartagena de Indias, Colombia


  2. 2 Bial Aristegui
  3. 3 Universidad de León

    Universidad de León

    León, España


27th Congress of the European Academy of Allergology and Clinical Immunology EAACI 2008

Year of publication: 2008

Type: Conference Poster


Methods for measuring allergen exposure are either based on counting pollen grains in air samples or using anti-body-based allergen reaction systems, as well as PCR analysis or surface plasmon resonance. The most essential information for pollinosis patients is the amount of airborne allergens and their temporal distribution. This study focuses on the measure of Cup a 1, Ole e 1, Par j 1- Par j 2, Pla a 1 and Pl a 2 allergens rather than pollen grain counts.