allergen vs allergenic

allergen allergenic

Definitions

  • 1) medicine A substance which causes an allergic reaction.
  • 2) A substance, such as pollen, that causes an allergy.
  • 3) any substance that can cause an allergy

Definitions

  • 1) of or pertaining to an allergen
  • 2) having the effect of an allergen
  • 3) of or pertaining to allergens or allergenicity.
  • 4) causing an allergy or an allergic reaction.
  • 5) relating to or having the effect of an allergen

Examples

  • 1) Dr Mackay was still conducting allergen tests when the social worker, Mrs Murray, started visiting.
  • 2) Cover pillows, mattress, and box spring in allergen-proof casings.
  • 3) Cover pillow, mattress, and box spring in allergen-proof casings.
  • 4) Researchers at Germany's University of Hohenheim have reported that fermentation of skim milk and sweet whey with a one-to-one mixture of the bacteria could reduce the quantity of beta-lactoglobulin, the main allergen in cows milk, by as much as 90 per cent.
  • 5) The major food allergens declaration must consist of the word ‘‘Contains’’ followed by a colon and the name of the food source source from which each major food allergen is derived (for example, ‘‘Contains: egg’’).
  • 6) Even the possibility of the presence of an allergen is covered.
  • 7) ‘Future exposure to the same allergens will cause the reaction to happen again.’
  • 8) ‘The next time you're exposed to the allergen, your immune system launches an allergic reaction.’
  • 9) ‘Wherever possible, the most effective way of treating allergies is to avoid all contact with the allergen causing the reaction.’
  • 10) ‘Gradually your body learns to accept the allergen as the harmless substance it is.’
  • 11) ‘Your allergic reaction happens when your body's immune system mistakes the allergen for a harmful invader.’
  • 12) ‘Allergies are caused by the body's immune system reacting to allergens as if they were harmful.’
  • 13) ‘Eliminate any known allergens such as certain foods, dust, or pet dander from your household.’
  • 14) ‘During allergy seasons, the local news broadcasts usually tell you what allergens are in the air.’
  • 15) ‘If allergens in the air are an asthma trigger, pollutants can make the lungs even more sensitive to them.’
  • 16) ‘In such an enclosed environment, allergens from one food can spread to another.’
  • 17) ‘Substances that are normally harmless could act as allergens and trigger a reaction in certain people.’
  • 18) ‘Avoid things that could make symptoms worse, such as air pollution and allergens.’
  • 19) ‘It is well known that vacuum cleaner bags capture large particles but can emit allergens that are too small to be collected in the bag.’
  • 20) ‘Once a person is sensitized to an allergen or chemical, he or she may develop asthma.’
  • 21) ‘First, allergic reactions are caused by allergens, the three most common ones being dust and mites, pollen and nuts.’
  • 22) ‘The goal is to desensitize you to specific allergens and decrease your need for medications.’
  • 23) ‘Whether your eczema is due to an irritant, such as detergent, or due to an allergen, such as nickel, care and treatment of your skin is the same.’
  • 24) ‘If you take away the allergens that were driving it initially, the inflammation is likely to continue.’
  • 25) ‘Your doctor may take tests to see what allergens are causing the hay fever symptoms.’
  • 26) ‘The rash usually clears if the allergen is no longer in contact with the skin, but recurs with any slight contact with it again.’

Examples

  • 1) Dr Mackay was still conducting allergen tests when the social worker, Mrs Murray, started visiting.
  • 2) According to Hansen, the tests conducted by AquaBounty confirmed that "the act of genetic engineering did lead to an increase in allergenic potency."
  • 3) And they are hypo-allergenic, which is important, because of the girls 'allergies.
  • 4) H2 immune responses, with specific "allergenic" potential (thus the "Asp f" designations).
  • 5) But it doesn't go into new research about how or when to introduce potentially allergenic foods to infants or whether avoiding certain foods during pregnancy can reduce the incidence of allergies in your child.
  • 6) Getty Images A new vaccine uses synthetic peptides that are 1,000 times less allergenic than traditional cat allergen.
  • 7) Other topical products can create a barrier to allergenic materials and protect a patient from as much exposure.
  • 8) The peptides are 1,000 times less allergenic than traditional cat allergen, researchers said.
  • 9) As in, when frightened by the unanticipated attack of an allergenic cat I have been known to sneeze whilst leaping back in an unexpected fashion of my own!
  • 10) ‘We also asked the subjects about their activities outside the workplace - particularly any activity that might involve contact with irritants or allergenic agents.’
  • 11) ‘Roasting peanuts may enhance their allergenic properties.’
  • 12) ‘Many people choose to avoid milk because it contains saturated fat (if whole milk), cholesterol, allergenic proteins, lactose and frequent traces of contamination.’
  • 13) ‘The fact is that, at least in the UK, the GM crops are tested for toxicity and other allergenic effects more stringently than almost anywhere else.’
  • 14) ‘Research from Southampton hospital indicates that the house dust mite is the biggest allergenic trigger of asthma.’
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