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Peanut

Food allergens are proteins in food that can create an immune response in sensitive individuals, and peanut protein is a known food allergen. Once ingested, peanut proteins can cause a number of reactions, ranging in severity from hives and itching to anaphylaxis. Testing for the presence of peanut components ensures food manufacturers that an unlabeled—and potentially dangerous to some consumers—ingredient did not make its way into a food product.


Alert for Peanut Allergen — 8431
qualitative at 5 ppm, up to 20 samples
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BioKits Peanut Assay Kit — 902048Q
range 1-20 ppm, 96 wells
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Reveal 3-D for Peanut Test — 901041L
qualitative, 10 samples
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Reveal for Peanut Allergen — 8438
qualitative at 5 ppm, 25 samples
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Veratox for Peanut Allergen — 8430
range 2.5-25 ppm, up to 38 samples
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Allergen Environmental Swabbing Kit (100 swabs and tips) — 8432S
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Allergen Extraction Kit — 8429
contains 20 extraction bottles and transfer pipettes

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