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PEG test for mRNA vaccine allergens

It is imperative to vaccinate against the novel Coronavirus.

Would you like to know if there is an allergic reaction after the mRNA vaccination?

The Allergen test will tell you more about it!!

What is PEG?

  • PEG is the common abbreviation for Polyethylene glycol
  •  As one of the most commonly used excipients in pharmaceutical formulations to protect drug molecules and prolong their duration of action.
  • PEG is not only protected mRNA from disintegrating but also ensures its delivery to target cells.
  • However, some people are allergic to PEG.

Vaccines contain with PEG ingredients

PEG now used in mRNA vaccine

Both the Pfizer-BNT vaccine and Moderna contain polyethylene glycol(PEG)

  • Pfizer Carrier Component: Lipids(((4-hydroxybutyl)azanediyl)bis(hexane-6,1-diyl)bis(2-hexyldecanoate),2-(PEG2000)-N,N-ditetradecylacetamide, DSPC, and Cholesterol)
  • Moderna Vaccine Carrier Component: Lipids(SM-102, PEG2000-DMG, cholesterol, and DSPC)

Application

About 80% of cases of allergic reactions to the Pfizer-BNT and Modena vaccines have a history of allergies

Application:

  • History of a severe allergy to drugs or vaccines
  • Had a history of severe allergic reactions from an unknown cause
  • Concern about allergy to mRNA vaccine

Test Workflow

10ml or 3mL*2
Whole blood(blood collection tube-K2 ETDA )

4°C

4°C

PEG

Immune cell isolation and culture filtrate antigen

Receive test results within 10 days(working days)

Consult a doctor

Using in-vitro test to decrease risk of adverse reaction

Specimen type

Blood Sampling

1

Clinical laboratory of the Medical institutions

2

Blood sampling 3ml Fridge the blood collection tube(K2 ETDA) with 4°C temperature

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