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Inhalant Allergen Panel

Inhalant Allergen Panel

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A simple blood test which can diagnose inhalants causing allergies

Purchase together with the Food Allergen Panel and receive a $30 bundle discount at checkout!


Inhalant Allergen Panel Blood Test

Vibrant America Inhalant Allergy test is a simple blood test which can diagnose inhalants causing allergies. This test evaluates serum specific IgE antibody levels to common environmental inhalants. This is an ideal allergy test for patients with suspected environmental and/or seasonal allergies.

The test panel includes 46 of the most common allergens, including different types of mites, molds, animal dander, weeds, grasses, insects, trees, and shrubs.

The most common allergic diseases include: hay fever, asthma, conjunctivitis, hives, eczema, dermatitis, and sinusitis. Among these, hay fever, which is also known as allergic rhinitis, is one of the most common kinds of inhalant allergies. Allergic rhinitis appears in two different forms:

Seasonal: Symptoms occur in spring, summer and early fall. They are usually caused by allergic sensitivity to pollens from trees, grasses or weeds, or to airborne mold spores.

Perennial: Symptoms occur all year-round. Perennial allergic rhinitis is generally caused by sensitivity to house dust mites, animal dander, cockroaches, and/or mold spores.

Markers Measured

Inhalant Allergen Panel Blood Test markers measured:

Trees and Shrubs

Tree and shrub pollen can be found in most outdoor setting and be found indoors. Tree and shrub pollen allergies are seasonal in nature, people experience its symptoms only when the pollen grains to which they are allergic are in the air. Pollen counts tend to be highest early in the morning on warm, dry, breezy days and lowest during chilly, wet periods.

  • Acacia
  • American elm
  • American Sycamore
  • Ash mix
  • Australian Pine
  • Black oak
  • Black walnut
  • Box elder
  • Mountain cedar
  • Pecan
  • Red alder
  • Red mulberry
  • White birch
  • White oak


Cockroaches can be found in households, particularly dirty unmaintained homes. These insects may be the most common cause of year-round allergy. Cockroach’s waste and body are the cause of allergic reactions.

  • Cockroach


Grass allergies can commonly be found with two classes of grass: northern and southern grasses. Northern grasses are normally found in cold climates. Southern grasses are normally found in warm climates.

  • Bahia Grass
  • Bermuda
  • Johnson Grass
  • Kentucky Blue/June
  • Perennial ryegrass
  • Redtop
  • Timothy


Weed pollen allergies are commonly found outdoors during dry, hot, windy days when airborne particles are at their peak. Weed allergies are generally seasonal, normally from late summer to early fall. September is particularly having high levels of weed pollen abundance.

  • Mugwort
  • Nettle
  • Pigweed
  • Ragweed (Short)
  • Russian Thistle
  • Sheep sorrel

Animal Dander

Animal dander from cats and dogs can be found anywhere the animal has been present, however, animal dander typically is only problematic for allergies in enclosed spaces, such as indoors. Severe allergies to animal dander may be triggered by exposure to the dander outdoors, though. Animal dander can also be found on the clothing of people who own or work with animals. Dander is concentrated in saliva, as well, therefore being licked by an animal can transfer dander from animal to human. Animal dander can also accumulate in vacuum filters.

  • Cat Epithelia
  • Dog Epithelia


Mold can be commonly found both indoors and outdoors. Molds grow in warm, humid, damp buildings including homes and workplaces. Mold can also be found in air conditioning vents. Mold spores are present in household dust in most areas. In outdoor areas, molds commonly grow on shady, damp surfaces and decomposing matter.

  • Alternaria alternata
  • Aspergillus fumigatus
  • Candida albicans
  • Cladosporium herbarum
  • Epicoccum nigrum
  • Fusarium moniliforme
  • Helminthosporium solani
  • Mucor racemosus
  • Penicillium chrysogenum
  • Phoma betae
  • Rhizopus stolonifer
  • Trichoderma harzianum


Mites are found in virtually every environment on Earth. Contact between humans and the majority of types of mites is rare, however a few are commonly found in human dwellings. The common house mite lives on furniture, bedding, and carpet inside homes. Some mites also live in food storage areas, feeding on crumbs and packaged food. House dust contains a high quantity of house mite bodies and their feces, which is what triggers allergic reactions.

  • Blomia tropicalis
  • Dermatophagoides pteronyssinus
  • Dermatophagoides farinae
  • Mite Mix


Inhalant Allergen Symptoms

If you have the following symptoms, you may be a good candidate for the Inhalant Allergy Panel:

  • Contact sensitivity on the skin causing eczema
  • Cough
  • Itching palate, nose, eyes, throat and/or skin
  • Puffy, swollen eyelids
  • Red irritated eyes
  • Runny nose
  • Sneezing
  • Wheezing and shortness of breath

About Test

About Inhalant Allergen Panel

Key Details

  • Sample collection must be performed by a phlebotomist any day Monday-Friday.
    • More information on scheduling a blood draw can be found HERE.
    • You may need to pay an additional fee for phlebotomy.
  • Review your kit - When you receive the test kit in the mail, review its contents, and read through the information provided with the kit.
  • Place frozen ice packs (if included with the kit) in the freezer for at least 24 hours prior to your appointment.
  • Scheduling your blood draw any day Monday-Friday.
    • Search for a "mobile phlebotomist" who will come to your home, or:
    • Locate a blood draw site HERE. Please note: Quest and LabCorp only draw for their own tests, not for Vibrant America tests.
    • If you are in a rural location, consider asking your doctor's office to draw for the kit, or, call your local hospital and ask if they offer this service.
    • You may need to pay an additional fee for phlebotomy.
    • Your test kit may come with more tubes than needed. Please have the phlebotomist check the collection instructions and your test requisition form to determine the correct tubes to draw. Your phlebotomist will know what to do with the tubes and instructions provided.
  • After the blood draw is collected, you are all done! Your phlebotomist will process, package and ship your completed kit for you.

What to bring to your appointment:

  • Frozen ice packs
  • Full test kit with all contents and forms
  • Fasting is not required for your kit. Drink plenty of water.

Verify the kit contents, which typically includes:

  • Requisition form: lab orders needed for the phlebotomist to draw your samples. Confirm your information is correct on this form.
    • Since your kit has been prepaid, you do not need to fill in the payment information on any of these forms.
  • Tubes: these are specific to the samples the test requires and some may have extra reagents in the tubes (this is not condensation!)
  • Ice pack: if present, place in the freezer (you must bring these to the phlebotomy appointment)
  • Shipping materials: a biohazard bag for your samples & return shipping label
  • For return shipment tracking, take a picture of the shipping label if you'd like to track status of the kit; most labs can't provide this information once the kit is shipped
  • Draw instructions: for the phlebotomist to confirm the test specific instructions.

Preparation & Timing

  • Sample collection must be performed Monday-Friday only by a phlebotomist.
    • More information on scheduling a blood draw can be found HERE.
    • You can find a Vibrant America-partnered blood draw location HERE.
  • If you are currently taking (or have recently taken) any of the following medications, consult your healthcare provider regarding the timing of collection.
    • Steroids
    • Immunosuppressive medications
    • Biologic agents
    • Other immunomodulating medications
  • Hydrate the day prior to the test.
  • Freeze the provided ice packs for at least 24 hours prior to your blood draw.

Requisition & Payment

  • Your kit has been prepaid. You may need to pay an additional fee for phlebotomy.
  • Instructions on how to fill out your requisition can be found HERE.
    • Since you pre-paid for your tests, you do not need to fill in the payment information on any of these forms.

The Vibrant Experience

Vibrant America is a leading science and technology company delivering life-transforming laboratory services using an integrated microarray platform that enables multiplex testing at an affordable cost.

Vibrant’s relationship with its patients and providers is special. We go out of our way to provide the value and resources our providers need to accurately interpret test results and give patients the most accurate health information.

The Most Accurate In the Industry

All tests run on Vibrant’s proprietary 3Dense microchip technology platform boast an unrivaled specificity and sensitivity – which translates to the highest standard of accuracy of results in the lab industry.

Our Lab Technology

Vibrant America is at the forefront of modern medicine. Our technology was developed out of passion for better medicine, and we believe that automation is the key to high-quality and accurate test results. Multiplexing tests on a single sample enable a fast turnaround time.

Our Mission

Dedicated to bring clinically relevant test at a rapid pace to enable affordable high-quality diagnostics to every individual.

  • High-quality lab service
  • Fully automated systems
  • Low cost
  • Fast Turn Around Time

Quality and Security

All of our laboratory testings is done in a CLIA and CAP-certified laboratory in California.

Vibrant America's Compliance Overview

How It Works


Order your test

You'll get an email confirmation from us.


Within 48 hours of payment

The lab will confirm your order and provide tracking.


2 days after kits ship

We will send you test instructions.


When results are in

You'll be notified via email, with instructions to access via secured portal.



Learn how to read your lab report.

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  • Orders for this test are accepted from the United States only.
  • Vibrant is unable to ship test kits to the state of New York as per state laws.
  • Vibrant is unable to ship lab kits to P.O. boxes. Please use a residential or business address.
  • After you order a test kit, getting the lab draw and/or completing the test is your responsibility.
  • Once Vibrant has received your test results, the results will be uploaded to your HIPAA compliant client portal and you will receive an email instructing you how to access them.
  • All Vibrant tests are done at Vibrant America Clinical Labs.
  • You will receive a link with follow up instructions after your order is completed.

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*Regulatory Statement*
Vibrant testing does not demonstrate absolute positive and negative predictive values for any disease state or condition. Its clinical utility has not been fully established. Vibrant validates the accuracy and precision of the testing but not of its clinical or diagnostic value. So these tests are for wellness and informational purpose only. Vibrant is actively doing clinical research on these samples, de-identified from patients under an IRB and will make research publications towards the same as and when the clinical utility is well established. These tests have been laboratory developed and their performance characteristics determined by Vibrant America LLC, a CLIA-certified laboratory performing the test CLIA#:05D2078809. The test has not been cleared or approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Although FDA does not currently clear or approve laboratory-developed tests in the U.S., certification of the laboratory is required under CLIA to ensure the quality and validity of the tests. The general wellness test intended uses relate to sustaining or offering general improvement to functions associated with a general state of health while making reference to diseases or conditions. Content provided for informational purposes only and should not be construed as medical advice. Content provided to help you make a healthy lifestyle, dietary, and treatment choices in consultation with your healthcare provider. It is intended to be used as a tool to encourage a general state of health and well-being. Please consult with your healthcare practitioner for diagnosis and treatment considerations. The Vibrant Wellness platform provides tools for you to track and analyze your general wellness profile.