Comparison and clinical utility evaluation of four multiple allergen simultaneous tests including two newly introduced fully automated analyzers

@inproceedings{Rim2016ComparisonAC,
  title={Comparison and clinical utility evaluation of four multiple allergen simultaneous tests including two newly introduced fully automated analyzers},
  author={John Hoon Rim and Borae G Park and Jeong-Ho Kim and Hyon-Suk Kim},
  booktitle={Practical laboratory medicine},
  year={2016}
}
BACKGROUND We compared the diagnostic performances of two newly introduced fully automated multiple allergen simultaneous tests (MAST) analyzers with two conventional MAST assays. METHODS The serum samples from a total of 53 and 104 patients were tested for food panels and inhalant panels, respectively, in four analyzers including AdvanSure AlloScreen (LG Life Science, Korea), AdvanSure Allostation Smart II (LG Life Science), PROTIA Allergy-Q (ProteomeTech, Korea), and RIDA Allergy Screen (R… CONTINUE READING

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