Food Allergy: Methods of Detection and Clinical Studies

Anas M. Abdel Rahman

August 22, 2017 by CRC Press
Reference - 312 Pages - 11 Color & 17 B/W Illustrations
ISBN 9781498743570 - CAT# K26848

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  • Reflects the practical experience of the authors in laboratories and allergy clinics.
  • Describes “Allergenomics,” a term launched recently by our research group by using multiomocs strategy for global allergen discovery.
  • Discusses allergen quantification using the latest technology, such as microarrays, AQUA mass spectrometry, and ELISA, in addition to some bioinformatics tools.
  • Presents some recent aspects related to food allergy from a clinical standpoint.
  • Written by experts from around the world.


This book explores the recent advances and integrations in molecular technology in food research platforms, which have revolutionized the way we discover and trace potential allergens in our food and drugs and how we utilize that for diagnosis and management. These different technologies for global allergenomic profiling in different kinds of food are discussed, including mass spectrometry, chromatography, and nuclear magnetic resonance. The book also addresses multiomics research with bioinformatics strategies in food allergy in terms of allergen characterization and quantitation, and covers applications in food allergy research from discovery to routine analysis.


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