Diagnostic accuracy

Diagnostic accuracy

Ambiguity persists in food allergy science5

Disease assessment

Disease assessment

Overreliance on panels to assess allergic disease continues to exist5

Food allergy overdiagnosis

Food allergy overdiagnosis

Up to 840k children are misdiagnosed with  peanut allergy 1,2,4

High cost of false positives

High cost of false positives

Overdiagnosis increases psychological, behavioral, & financial costs6,7


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with greater confidence

As many as 60% of food allergy sufferers may be
misdiagnosed, leading to unnecessary food avoidance, increased patient anxiety, and annual costs of nearly $25 billion in the US alone. AllerGenis is working to change that.1-4


Data-Driven Food Allergy Diagnostics

AllerGenis is creating a database of epitope signatures from real allergy patients
to bring more confidence to food allergy diagnosis and management.

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Three Decades Without a Breakthrough

Three Decades Without a
Breakthrough - That's
About to Change

We leverage our deep expertise in immunology and
bioinformatics to bring innovative solutions to the
diagnosis and management of food allergies.

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Pioneering Precision

Pioneering Precision
Diagnostics for
Food Allergies

At AllerGenis, we are dedicated to harnessing 21st century
technology, science and data to help improve the lives of
millions of food allergy patients and their families.

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