MycoToxin Profile

The MycoToxin Panel tests for 16 of the most common mycotoxins emitted by 300 varieties of molds providing insights into potential mold toxicity.


16 of the most common Mycotoxins produced by 5 Mycotoxin families Those Mycotoxins are:


  • Aflatoxin B1
  • Aflatoxin B2
  • Aflatoxin G1
  • Aflatoxin G2


  • Stratoxin G
  • Stratoxin H
  • Isosatratoxin F
  • Roridin A
  • Roridin E
  • Roridin H
  • Roridin L-2
  • Verrucarin J
  • Verrucarin A

Other Mycotoxins

  • Gliotoxin
  • Ochratoxin A (OTA)
  • Zearalenone (ZEA)

Testing Process

The Mycotoxin Panel is run using Enzyme-Linked Immunosorbent Assay (ELISA).  An established immunological technique, ELISA is widely used to detect the presence of specific toxins in a patient’s urine.

The ELISA method detects mycotoxins that have been structurally modified within the body providing more accurate results than similar testing run through mass spectrometry.

Sample Report

See a Sample Report of the MycoToxin Profile here.

Specimen Requirements

The MycoToxin Panel requires a liquid urine sample, taken as a first morning void.