...and counting. That’s because we’ve incorporated the knowledge we’ve amassed in our thirty + years in laboratory science into each of our tests, and we continue to refine them through ongoing research and technology advancements.
Our carefully selected suite of tests has been developed by our team of experienced scientists to deliver pertinent information to healthcare providers and patients seeking answers to their health questions. Each has been optimized through years of research, and validated through our stringent quality control process to ensure accurate results.
Our testing portfolio includes the below listed or you can view our Guide to Services:
Food sensitivities are recognized to be correlated with many chronic health conditions, such as IBS, eczema, fatigue, and others - but with proper identification and elimination of offending foods, many experience relief from their symptoms. Our IgG, IgG4, and IgA antibody assessment panels can serve as useful tools in the identification of trigger foods in individuals.
We offer a comprehensive 208 food panel, as well as 144- and 96-food panels to assess IgG, IgG4, and IgA antibody response to common foods. Our 96-food panels are offered in five variations, including a General panel and specialized panels to identify allergens found in typical Asian, Japanese, Mexican, or Vegetarian diets.
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With reactions ranging in severity from mild to life-threatening, accurate identification of IgE-mediated food allergies is critical. We offer serum-specific IgE testing of 27, 50, and 96 foods, so you can choose the panel that best suits your needs. These tests can be ordered independently or bundled with any IgG/IgG4/IgA food panels for more comprehensive information.
We run our IgE panels on an FDA-approved immunoassay analyzer that utilizes enzyme-amplified chemiluminescence technology. Chemiluminescence provides lower detection limits than conventional ELISA, making it particularly suitable for IgE detection.
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Pollens and spores from trees, grasses, mold, dust, and others can produce symptoms that range from minor to severe in affected individuals. Our inhalant panels assess IgG, IgG4, and IgA antibody response to 48 common allergens, and IgE response to 50 allergens, providing helpful information for effective allergy management. A 15-Mold panel for IgE testing is also offered.
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Our Total IgE test is useful on its own or in combination with an IgG, IgG4, or IgA antibody assessment as an overall indicator of IgE levels. Elevated levels of the antibody has been tied to allergic response. This measurement is included in all IgE food and aeroallergen panels.
Our Candida panel analyzes Candida antigen and IgG, IgA, and IgM antibodies specific to Candida to help identify an overgrowth of the fungus, suspected to be the underlying cause of a number of symptoms. We offer a full Candida panel, or single antibody testing of IgG and IgA as an add-on to our food panels.
With an increased awareness around celiac disease and gluten intolerance, there is growing interest in Celiac testing. Our panel measures for serum tissue transglutaminase (tTG) IgA & IgG, in addition to IgA and IgG antibodies specific for deamidated gliadin peptide (DGP), which can help to assess the condition.
Unfortunately, pollutants and chemicals are commonplace in our air, water, and food, and in many of the products we use. Long-term exposure to these toxins is known or suspected to have serious health consequences. Our Environmental Pollutants Profile provides quantitative measurement of 14 select metabolites that can help define an individualâ€™s toxic burden and provide valuable information for a targeted nutritional and detoxification intervention.
Vitamin deficiencies and imbalances may produce a range of health issues, including fatigue, mood changes, digestive problems, and others. Our comprehensive urinary metabolic profile measures 36 organic acids to create a unique patient biochemistry profile that reflects how well the body is obtaining and utilizing nutrients. A customized diet and lifestyle plan can then be established to address to specific nutritional needs.
Vitamin D is crucial for bone strength and may have implications on other medical conditions including osteoporosis, cancer, multiple sclerosis, and type 1 and type 2 diabetes. Our test measures the levels of vitamin D (total, 25-hydroxy D2 and D3) in the blood, utilizing either a serum sample or our dried blood spot card, allowing for easy finger stick collection. This test is great as an add-on to our food sensitivity and allergy tests!
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