/ˌæl ərˈdʒɛn ɪk/
causing allergic sensitization.
/ˌæl ər dʒəˈnɪs ɪ ti/
any substance capable of inducing an allergy
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He screened the results against a database of known allergenic proteins.
These agencies post periodic alerts about hazards in food-chemical contaminants, food additives, unlabeled allergenic ingredients.
More important, scientists are finding ways to get rid of the allergenic proteins in common offenders.
Diets high in sugar or other carbohydrates and allergenic foods increase the inflammatory conditions.
Dust mites are a subject of increasing health concern because they can be highly allergenic.
There are a number of breeds that are hypo-allergenic.
Ninety guest rooms are available at the hotel, each with non-allergenic comforters.
Each room is equipped with pillow-top mattresses, hypo-allergenic down comforter and high-thread count linens.
Non-allergenic pillows accompany luxury bedding in each room.
Rooms are hypo-allergenic and come with movie services, cribs on request and iPod docking stations.
Humidifiers and hypo-allergenic pillows are also available if requested.
Rooms have private baths, walk-in showers, hypo-allergenic bedding and coffee and tea makers.
Rooms have cherry and mahogany furnishings, and guests sleep in comfort with quilted-top mattresses and non-allergenic pillows.
It tends not to be allergenic and produces few side effects.
The discovery makes shrimp one of a few allergenic foods for which the actual allergen has been purified and identified.
There is a risk for an allergic reaction to standard dyes, although newer, less allergenic ones are becoming available.