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Southern California allergens

SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA Intradermal Allergy Test

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3. Tabacco
4. Cotton
5. Sheepwool
6. Cat Dander
7. Human Dander
8. Feather
9. Mouse
10. Rat
11. Rabbit
12. Horse

13. Alternaria
14. Aspergillus
15. Cladosporium
16. Curvularia
17. Fusarium
18. Mucor
19. Malassezia
20. Penicillium

21. Bermuda
22. Johnson
23. Seven Grass Mix
24. Brome
25. Fescue
26. P. Rye
27. Orchard
28. Timothy

29. Box elder
30. Palm
31. Spring Birch
32. White Alder
33. Arizona Cypress
34. Western Juniper
35. Red Cedar
36. Acacia
37. Mesquite
38. Western Oak
39. Western Walnut
40. Olive
41. Arizona Ash
42. Privet
43. Melaleuca
44. Eucalyptus
45. Pine
46. Western Sycamore pic 1, pic 2
47. Orange
48. California Cottonwood
49. Arroyo Willow pic 1, pic 2
50. Siberian Elm
51. White Mulberry
52. Sweet Gum
53. Pepper Tree
54. Salt Cedar

55. Pigweed
56. Lambs Quarter
57. Russian Thistle
58. Firebrush
59. Burrobrush
60. Scale/Atriplex
61. Iodine Bush
62. Western Ragweed
63. Sage
64. Cocklebur
65. Dandilion
66. Goldenrod
67. Baccharis
68. Mustard
69. Dock/Sorrel
70. English Plantain
71. Nettle
72. Burweed Marshelder

73. Flea
74. Fire Ant
75. Black Ant
76. Cockroach
77. House Fly
78. Mosquito
79. Moth
80. Dust Mite Dermatophagoides farinae
81. Dust Mite Dermatophagoides pteronyssinus
82. Dust Mite Blomia tropicalis
83. Storage Mite Tyrophagus putresentiae
84. Storage Mite Acarus siro

Photos are just one example of the listed genus. There may be and often are many variations (species) of the listed allergen genus.
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