Dwarf Ambrosia

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Dwarf Ambrosia Antigen, also known as ragweed antigen, is a substance used in allergy testing to detect allergic reactions to ragweed plants. It is derived from the dwarf ambrosia plant (Ambrosia artemisiifolia) and is commonly found in North America. Allergy to Dwarf Ambrosia Antigen can cause symptoms such as sneezing, nasal congestion, and itchy eyes.

Dwarf Ambrosia


Dwarf Ambrosia Antigen is a specific substance used in the detection and measurement of allergens present in Dwarf Ambrosia, also known as short ragweed. Dwarf Ambrosia is a common allergen that can cause allergic reactions in susceptible individuals, particularly during the pollen season. The Dwarf Ambrosia Antigen is derived from proteins found in Dwarf Ambrosia and is used in allergy testing to identify individuals who are allergic to this plant. By measuring specific antibodies in the blood or conducting skin prick tests, healthcare professionals can accurately diagnose Dwarf Ambrosia allergies and provide appropriate management and treatment plans.

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