Common Respiratory Allergy Panel — Basic

There are no preparation instructions.

The following is a list of what is included in the item above. Click the test(s) below to view what biomarkers are measured along with an explanation of what the biomarker is measuring.

Also known as: Alternaria alternata m6 IgE

Alternaria Alternata (M6)

Also known as: Bermuda Grass g2 IgE

Bermuda Grass (G2) IgE

Also known as: Cat Dander e1 IgE

Cat Dander (E1) IgE

Also known as: Cockroach i6 IgE

Cockroach (I6) IgE

Also known as: Common Ragweed Short w1 IgE

Common Ragweed (Short)

Also known as: Dermatophagoides farinae d2 IgE

Dermatophagoides Farinae

Also known as: Dermatophagoides pteronyssinus d1 IgE


Also known as: Dog Dander e5 IgE

Dog Dander (E5) IgE

Also known as: Elm t8 IgE

Elm (T8) IgE

Also known as: Mouse Urine Proteins e72 IgE

Mouse Urine Proteins

Also known as: Oak t7 IgE

Oak (T7) IgE

Also known as: Rough Pigweed w14 IgE

Rough Pigweed (W14) IgE

Also known as: Sheep Sorrel w18 IgE

Sheep Sorrel (W18) IgE

Also known as: Timothy Grass g6 IgE

Timothy Grass (G6) IgE

*Important Information on Lab Test Processing Times: Ulta Lab Tests is committed to informing you about the processing times for your lab tests processed through Quest Diagnostics. Please note that the estimated processing time for each test, indicated in business days, is based on data from the past 30 days across the 13 Quest Diagnostics laboratories for each test. These estimates are intended to serve as a guide and are not guarantees. Factors such as laboratory workload, weather conditions, holidays, and the need for additional testing or maintenance can influence actual processing times. We aim to offer estimates to help you plan accordingly. Please understand that these times may vary, and processing times are not guaranteed. Thank you for choosing Ulta Lab Tests for your laboratory needs.

The Common Respiratory Allergy Panel — Basic panel contains 14 tests with 14 biomarkers.

The Common Respiratory Allergy Panel — Basic test is designed to measure the level of specific IgE antibodies in your blood, which can help in identifying if you have an allergic reaction to certain common allergens. This particular panel focuses on:

  • 5 Weeds and Grasses:

    • Bermuda grass
    • Timothy grass
    • Common Ragweed
    • Rough Pigweed
    • Sheep Sorrel
  • 2 Tree Pollens:

    • Oak
    • Elm
  • 7 Specific Indoor Allergens:

    • Cat Dander
    • Dog Dander
    • Mouse Urine
    • Alternata
    • Cockroach
    • Dust mite - D. Pteronyssinus
    • Dust mite - D. Farinae

The antibodies that this test measures are part of the body's immune response to these specific allergens. When an individual is exposed to an allergen, their immune system may respond by producing an excessive amount of the antibody known as IgE. The activation of IgE triggers the release of histamine, a substance that leads to an allergic reaction. Normally, IgE antibodies are found in minimal amounts in the blood. However, higher levels of IgE may signify an overreaction of the body to allergens. The presence of these antibodies, in conjunction with observed allergic symptoms, can be indicative of an allergy. This test can be a vital tool for understanding and managing respiratory allergies.

Customer Reviews