Daniel C. Dantini, MD, a practicing physician, has blended the clinical and laboratory expertise to achieve the next generation in delayed food sensitivity testing. Dr. Dantini has been researching and treating food sensitivities for over 30 years. Dr. Dantini did research on Autism in the 1980's through a grant from NIMH and the Pittsburgh Autistic Society.
Abstract : The present invention relates to methods and devices for detecting biological entities and components associated with hypersensitivity reactions in patients with allergies, cancer or autoimmune disease. Specifically, the assays of the invention are capable of qualitatively and/or quantitatively detecting allergen specific immunocomplexes by assaying for immobilized C3b in a biological sample produced as a result of exposure to food.
Link to information about the patent: Detection of antigen specific immunocomplexes
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