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CytoDx™ (Serum) Diagnostic Solutions$345.00 Add to cart
CytoDx™ (Serum) Diagnostic Solutions
CytoDx™ Panel (Serum Test)
Most cytokines can be generally characterized as pro-inflammatory or anti-inflammatory, depending on their primary effects on immune responses.
Immune responses are often further characterized by the type of T helper (Th) cell involved.
It is now widely recognized that the gut – and especially the gut microbiome – plays a critical role in regulating immune function and has been shown to affect circulating cytokines such as IL-6, TNF-alpha, and IL-17.
10-12 days (May take longer based on weather, holiday or lab delays)
Phlebotomy Services for this test are the responsibility of the client.
This test requires a blood draw at a local lab that will cost an additional $20-$40.
Please contact your local hospital, clinic, or phlebotomy service in your area.
Inform them that you have a test kit that requires a draw.
Nominal draw fees may apply.
Note that LabCorp nor Quest will not draw for any test kits.$345.00
Cytomegalovirus (CMV) Antibody IgG & IgM$99.00 Add to cart
Dental & Orthopedic Implant Profile – Whole Blood – Doctors Data$225.00 Add to cart
Dental & Orthopedic Implant Profile – Whole Blood – Doctors Data
The Implant Metals Profile tests the circulating blood levels of the six metals that are most commonly associated with orthopedic and dental metal prostheses or implants. The metal debris may be associated with excessive physical wear or corrosion of the metal alloys. The greatest release of the metals occurs when prostheses entail metal-on-metal (M/M) bearing surfaces. Many studies have shown that the released metal debris may be associated with localized tissue damage to bone and soft tissue, sensitivity reactions, and remote adverse effects on normal physiological and biochemical functions. The reported blood metal levels should not be solely used to make conclusions regarding the integrity of metals prosthesis devices.$225.00
DNA Oxidative Damage Assay (Oxidative Stress Test)$225.00 Add to cart
DNA Oxidative Damage Assay (Oxidative Stress Test)
DNA Oxidative Stress Test (Urine)
Oxidative stress is adversely involved in many pathophysiological processes, aging and cancer. Oxidation of DNA occurs readily at the guanosine bases, so measurement of 8-hydroxy-2′- Deoxyguanosine (8-OHdG) in urine provides a quantitative assessment of ongoing oxidative damage or stress in the body. When 8-OHdG levels are elevated, it’s important to identify the sources of oxidative stress and assess the primary intracellular antioxidant glutathione. Taking steps to reduce oxidative stress is valuable in optimizing health and longevity. This non-invasive test requires a single first-morning void (FMV) urine collection.
This test is useful for monitoring these health challenges:
Inflammatory Bowel Disease