No, the results are not comparable because the object of investigation is different. The ImuPro test detects delayed food allergies which are mediated by a build-up of IgG antibodies in the blood against a particular food. The standard allergy test (like the skin prick/scratch test) is designed to detect immediate reactions to ingested food mediated by IgE antibodies.
Do the results of the standard allergy test and the ImuPro test correspond?
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