The food intolerance test provides results for 216 different foods, which are all capable of inducing a food intolerance. Antibodies (IgG class) are determined for each food individually, with reporting to what extent the body reacts to each food by looking at the strength of the immune reaction.
Food can trigger an immune response which may manifest itself in physical symptoms such as:
Dry and itchy skin, Other miscellaneous skin problems, Feeling bloated after eating, Fatigue, Joint pain, Migraines, Headaches, Gastrointestinal (GI) distress, Stomach pain.
Screening for 54 parameters causing allergy, through detection of specific IgE against each item.
Milk allergy screen
Screening for specific IgE to components of milk.
Inhalation allergy screen
Screening for specific IgE to 20 different inhalants.
Food allergy screen
Screening for specific IgE to 20 different food items.
Detection of autoantibodies against different self-antigens (e.g ANA, ENA, neuronal profile, liver profile, myositis, Coeliac disease profile).
NGS is an advanced technology that refers to high throughput genome assays at high accuracy and reasonable price. It does not only produce massive amount of genetic information, but it also establishes a foundation for personalized genomic medicine as a part of standard medical care.
It is a tool that helps in providing precise medical diagnosis of genetic diseases and in transforming genetic information into actionable results for physicians and patients.
MiSeq DX is an FDA regulated and CE-IVD marked sequencer for invitro diagnostic testing.
It can be used for Targeted Gene Panel: A select set of genes or gene regions that have proven or suspected associations with the disease or phenotype under study.
HiSeq: has both rapid run mode and high output run mode can generate from 10 gigabase to 1 terabase per run capacity
Whole genome sequencing.
Provides a high-resolution, base-by-base view of the genome which is highly informative in cancer and hereditary conditions.
NGS Gene panels:
Genetic testing for hereditary cancer.
Familial breast cancer, Hereditary breast and ovarian cancer, Familial male breast cancer.
Hereditary thyroid cancer.
Hereditary non-polyposis colorectal cancer.
Hereditary brain tumors.
Mismatch repair cancer syndrome.
Neurofibromatosis Type 1 & 2.
Bone marrow Failure:
Caused by many genetic mutations resulting in reduced or abnormal production of one or more of the three blood cell types (red blood cell, white blood cell and platelets).
Example: Fanconi anemia, Dyskeratosis congenita, Diamond Blackfan anemia and Shwachman Diamond syndrome. There may be increased risk of cancer development.