Indoor Allergen Panel

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.


American Cockroach (I206)

Also known as: Cat Dander e1 IgE

Cat Dander (E1) IgE

Also known as: Chicken Feathers e85 IgE

Chicken Feathers (E85)

Also known as: Cockroach i6 IgE

Cockroach (I6) IgE

Also known as: Cotton Crude Fibers o1 IgE

Cotton, Crude Fibers (01)

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: Duck Feathers e86 IgE

Duck Feathers (E86) IgE

Also known as: Eucalyptus t18 IgE

Eucalyptus (T18) IgE

Also known as: Ficus Species k81 IgE

Ficus Species (K81) IgE

Also known as: FormaldehydeFormalin k80 IgE


Also known as: Goose Feathers e70 IgE

Goose Feathers (E70) IgE

Also known as: House Dust HollisterStier h2 IgE

House Dust (Hollister-

Also known as: Latex k82 IgE

Latex (K82) IgE

Also known as: Mouse Epithelia e71 IgE

Mouse Epithelia (E71) IgE

Also known as: Sheep Epithelia e81 IgE

Sheep Epithelia (E81) IgE

Also known as: Storage Mite d71 IgE

Storage Mite (D71) IgE

Also known as: Turkey Feathers e89 IgE

Turkey Feathers (E89) IgE

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The Indoor Allergen Panel panel contains 19 tests with 19 biomarkers.

  • The Indoor Allergen Panel is designed to identify allergies caused by common home furnishings, such as Ficus houseplants, goose feather comforters, and natural latex mattresses.
  • This test is recommended for those seeking to find the source of their year-round allergies or worsening asthma when at home or looking at new furniture purchases.
  • The test covers 18 sources of allergens  (See below) in the home that can cause sneezing, nasal congestion, and asthma flare-ups.
    • Cat Dander (e1) IgE
    • Chicken Feathers (e85) IgE
    • Cockroach (i6) IgE
    • Cotton, Crude Fibers (o1) IgE 
    • Dermatophagoides farinae (d2) IgE
    • Dermatophagoides pteronyssinus (d1) IgE
    • Dog Dander (e5) IgE
    • Duck Feathers (e86) IgE
    • Eucalyptus (t18) IgE
    • Ficus Species (k81) IgE
    • Formaldehyde/Formalin (k80) IgE
    • Goose Feathers (e70) IgE
    • House Dust (Hollister-Stier) (h2) IgE
    • Latex (k82) IgE
    • Mouse Epithelia (e71) IgE
    • Sheep Epithelia (e81) IgE
    • Silkworm (k74) IgE
    • Storage Mite (d71) IgE
    • Turkey Feathers (e89) IgE

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