News on in vitro diagnostics for allergy testing.

AllerGenis has the non-exclusive right to use the xMAP technology to develop, market, and sell a precision food allergy diagnostic assay.

The combined debt and equity financing for the Washington state allergy lab comes as demand for food-related allergy testing is growing.

The company also received US Food and Drug Administration for its specific immunoglobulin E test for dust mite allergen that runs on the system.

The firm said it will use the grant to develop an enhanced test panel that covers 80 percent of the most common food allergens, such as milk, peanut, and shellfish.

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