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Jacob Gordon | Inflammation/Immune Panel
Jacob Gordon | Inflammation/Immune Panel
 



Test 1 | J. Gordon Panel:
20 Mold Test [Add $349.00]

Test 2 | J. Gordon Panel:
Advanced CD4 | CD8 Ratio Panel [Add $429.00]

Test 3 | J. Gordon Panel:
Complete Blood Count with Differential [Add $39.00]

Test 4 | J. Gordon Panel:
Complement C3a [Add $139.00]

Test 5 | J. Gordon Panel:
Complement C4a [Add $139.00]

Test 6 | J. Gordon Panel:
Complete Lyme Panel [Add $629.00]

Test 7 | J. Gordon Panel:
Cyrex Array #11: Chemical Immune Reactivity Screen [Add $499.00]

Test 8 | J. Gordon Panel:
Epstein Barr Profile (Mono Test) [Add $179.00]

Test 9 | J. Gordon Panel:
ESR [Add $39.00]

Test 10 | J. Gordon Panel:
Heavy Metal Hair Analysis | Toxic Exposure and Nutrients [Add $179.00]

Test 11 | J. Gordon Panel:
Hemoglobin A1c Test [Add $39.00]

Test 12 | J. Gordon Panel:
HLA DR1/3/4/5, DQ Intermediate Resolution [Add $249.00]

Test 13 | J. Gordon Panel:
hsCRP [Add $69.00]

Test 14 | J. Gordon Panel:
Interleukin 1 Beta (IL-1b) [Add $139.00]

Test 15 | J. Gordon Panel:
Interleukin 2 (IL-2) [Add $169.00]

Test 16 | J. Gordon Panel:
Interleukin 2 Receptor [Add $189.00]

Test 17 | J. Gordon Panel:
Interleukin 4 (IL-4) [Add $149.00]

Test 18 | J. Gordon Panel:
Interleukin 5 (IL-5) [Add $159.00]

Test 19 | J. Gordon Panel:
Interleukin 6 (IL-6) [Add $99.00]

Test 20 | J. Gordon Panel:
Interleukin 8 (IL-8) [Add $89.00]

Test 21 | J. Gordon Panel:
Interleukin 10 (IL-10) [Add $109.00]

Test 22 | J. Gordon Panel:
Interleukin 12 (IL-12) [Add $109.00]

Test 23 | J. Gordon Panel:
Interleukin 13 (IL-13) [Add $159.00]

Test 24 | J. Gordon Panel:
Interleukin 17 (IL-17) [Add $389.00]

Test 25 | J. Gordon Panel:
Interferon Gamma (INF-y) [Add $159.00]

Test 26 | J. Gordon Panel:
MMP-9 [Add $139.00]

Test 27 | J. Gordon Panel:
Myeloperoxidase [Add $149.00]

Test 28 | J. Gordon Panel:
Nasopharyngeal Culture [Add $159.00]

Test 29 | J. Gordon Panel:
Prostaglandin E2 [Add $299.00]

Test 30 | J. Gordon Panel:
Protein, 24 hours [Add $99.00]

Test 31 | J. Gordon Panel:
Transforming Growth Factor Beta 1 (TGFb-1) [Add $159.00]

Test 32 | J. Gordon Panel:
Total IgE, IgM, IgA

Test 33 | J. Gordon Panel:
Troponin T [Add $299.00]

Test 34 | J. Gordon Panel:
Tumor Necrosis Factor Alpha (TNF-a) [Add $89.00]

Test 35 | J. Gordon Panel:
Uric Acid [Add $59.00]

Test 36 | J. Gordon Panel:
VEGF [Add $299.00]

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Lab Test Description
 

Jacob Gordon | Inflammation/Immune Panel





Alcat 20 Mold Test

What's Being Tested:

Molds

Alternaria Alternata
Aspergillus Fumigatus
Botrytis Cinerea
Candida Albicans
Cephalosporium
Cladosporium Herbarum
Curvularia

Epicoccum Nigrum
Fusarium Oxysporum
Geotrichum Candidum
Helminthosporium
Hormodendrum
Monilla Sitophila
Mucor Racemosus

Penicillium Notatum
Phoma Destructiva
Pullularia
Rhizopus Stolonifer
Rhodotorula Rubra
Spondylocladium
Trichoderma Lignorum


Fasting:
No

Specimen: Blood, Alcat Test Kit (Draw Location | How It Works | FAQs)

Turnaround Time: 7-10 business days

Notes:

  • Result explanations are conducted by Alcat only. After receiving your results call 954-426-2304 to schedule your FREE 30 minute consultation.
  • Collection/Shipping Instructions

Advanced CD4 CD8 Ratio Test

The CD4 CD8 ratio profile helps assess the immune system in detail. This test is crucial for patients who are suspected of having a compromised immune system as seen in HIV and autoimmune conditions.

The CD4 CD8 ratio test is also recommended by Dr. Datis Kharrazian in his book Why Do I Still Have Thyroid Symptoms? When My Lab Tests Are Normal.

For those with autoimmune concerns, it is suggested to run the Th1 Th2 test along with this CD4/CD8 ratio test.

What's Being Tested:

  • Absolute Lymphocytes
  • Absolute and Percentage CD3 Cells
  • Absolute and Percentage CD4 Cells (T Helper Cells)
  • Absolute and Percentage CD8 Cells (T Supressor Cells)
  • CD4/CD8 Ratio
  • Absolute and Percentage CD19 Cells
  • Absolute and Percentage CD16 + CD56 Cells (Natural Killer Cells (NK Cells))

Fasting: No

Specimen: Blood, NeuroScience Lab Kit (Draw Location | How It Works | FAQs)

Note:

  • This panel is for USA customers only. Click here for Canada.
  • For those with autoimmune concerns, It is suggested to run this test during times of flare-ups or when felling "bad".
  • Also avaliable: Basic CD4 CD8 Ratio Test


Protein

What's being tested:

  • Protein, 24 hours

Fasting: No

Specimen Type: Blood (Draw Location | How It Works | FAQs)


Hemoglobin A1C Test

Monitor blood sugar with HbA1C

The hemoglobin A1C test (also known as HbA1C) is used to show the long-term changes in blood sugar. When blood sugar is elevated over a long period of time, a sugary coating called glycosylated hemoglobin develops over the surface of the red blood cell. As more of the oxygen carrying hemoglobin is coated, it can decrease the cell's ability to transport oxygen.

Hemoglobin A1C can be used to monitor blood sugar therapy. As daily blood sugar improves and stabilizes, Hemoglobin A1C levels should improve also.

How Often Should My Hemoglogin A1C Levels Be Tested?

The lifespan of a red blood cells is approximately 120 days, therefore, it has been recommended to retest Hemoglobin A1C every 2-3 months.



What's being tested:

  • Hemoglobin A1C (HbA1C)

Fasting: No

Specimen Type: Blood (Draw Location | How It Works | FAQs)

Turnaround Time: 3 Business Days

CBC + Differential + Platelets Test


The complete blood count (CBC) test is one of the most common tests ordered. A CBC test can help indicate infections, anemia, and vitamin B12 deficiency.

Many people use this CBC test panel to monitor abnormal results.

What's Being Tested:

  • number of white blood cells (WBC)
  • number of red blood cells (RBC)
  • hemoglobin content (Hgb)
  • hematocrit (Hct)
  • mean corpuscular volume (MCV)
  • mean corpuscular hemoglobin (MCH)
  • mean corpuscular hemoglobin concentration (MCHC)
  • platelet count and volume
  • White Blood Cell Differential
  • Neutrophils
  • Lymphocytes
  • Monocytes
  • Eosinophils
  • Basophils

Fasting Requirements: No

Specimen: Blood (Draw Location | How It Works | FAQs)

Turnaround Time: 3 Business Days


Complement C3a


What's Being Tested:

  • Complement C3a


Fasting: No

Specimen: Blood (Draw Location | How It Works | FAQs)


Complement C4a


What's Being Tested:

  • Complement C4a


Fasting: No

Specimen: Blood (Draw Location | How It Works | FAQs)


Complete Lyme Panel


What's Being Tested:

  • Western Blot IgG
  • Western Blot IgM
  • Lyme IgG/IgM/IgA Screen
  • Lyme PCR, Serum
  • Lyme PCR, Whole Blood

Fasting: No

Specimen Type: Blood, Test Kit (Draw Location | How It Works | FAQs)


Nasopharyngeal Culture

What's Being Tested:

  • Nasopharyngeal Culture

Fasting Requirements: No

Specimen: Blood (Draw Location | How It Works | FAQs)


Cyrex Labs Array 11

It is well known that chemical exposure can lead to ill health. Many tests can be used to show levels of chemical exposure, however, understanding how your immune system reacts to chemicals is extremely important. The importance of Cyrex chemical sensitivity testing lies in the fact that if there is an immune sensitivity to chemicals, the amount of exposure may be irrelevant.

For example, one may run a chemical exposure test that comes back negative. Following a Cyrex Labs chemical sensitivity screen, results may show a high immune reaction to the chemicals that are present, high or low.

What's Being Tested: IgG+IgA Total Antibodies to...

  • Aflatoxins
  • Formaldehyde and Glutaraldehyde
  • Isocyanate
  • Trimellitic and Phthalic Anhydrides
  • Benzene Ring Compounds
  • BPA Binding Protein
  • Bisphenol A
  • Tetrabromobisphenol A
  • Tetrachloroethylene
  • Parabens
  • Mercury Compounds
  • Mixed Heavy Metals (Nickel, Cobalt, Cadmium, Lead, Arsenic)

Fasting: No

Specimen Type: Blood, Cyrex Test Kit (Draw Location | How It Works | FAQs)

NOTE:

Due to circumstances beyond our control, pediatric blood draws are not included under Cyrex’s contracted phlebotomy. All patients 15 years of age and younger are included in the pediatric group. Pediatric blood draws must be scheduled by the parents at a laboratory of their choosing, and must be paid for by the parent at the time of service.

Mono Test

To detect the presence of the Epstein Barr Virus, the causative virus in Mononucleosis (Mono).

What's Being Tested:

  • EBV, Ab VCA (Viral Capsid Antigen) IgM
  • EBV Early Antigen Ab, IgG
  • EBV Ab VCA, IgG
  • EBV Nuclear Antigen Ab, IgG
  • Interpretation

Fasting: No

Specimen: Blood (Draw Location | How It Works | FAQs)


Erythrocyte Sedimentation Rate (ESR or Sed Rate)

What's Being Tested:

  • Erythrocyte Sedimentation Rate (ESR or Sed Rate)

Fasting: No

Specimen Type: Blood (Draw Location | How It Works | FAQs)



Heavy Metal Toxic Exposure Hair Analysis | Doctor's Data

  • Measurement of toxic and essential elements
  • Low Cost, Noninvasive
  • Analysis by ICP-MS
  • Result specific report provided
  • Requires only 0.25 g of hair
  • Used in Andy Cutler's Chelation Protocol

What's Being Tested:

Toxic Elements
Arsenic

Lead
Mercury
Cadmium
Beryllium
Cobalt
Nickel
Zinc
Copper
Thorium
Thallium
Barium
Cesium

Bismuth
Silver
Antimony
Palladium
Aluminum
Platinum
Tungsten
Tin
Uranium
Gold
Tellurium
Germanium
Titanium
Gadolinium

Nutrients
Calcium
Magnesium
Sodium
Potassium
Copper
Zinc
Manganese
Chromium
Vanadium
Molybdenum
Boron
Iodine

Lithium
Phosphorus
Selenium
Strontium
Sulfur
Cobalt
Iron
Germanium
Rubidium
Zirconium


Fasting: No

Specimen: Hair, Doctor's Data Home Test Kit (How It Works | FAQs)

Note: Not Avalaible in NY.


HLA DR1/3/4/5, DQ Intermediate Resolution


What's Being Tested:

  • HLA DR1/3/4/5, DQ Intermediate Resolution


Fasting: No

Specimen: Blood (Draw Location | How It Works | FAQs)


C-Reactive Protein


What's Being Tested:

  • hsCRP


Fasting: No

Specimen: Blood (Draw Location | How It Works | FAQs)


Interleukin 1 Beta (IL-1 beta)

What's Being Tested:

  • Interleukin 1 Beta (Serum)

Fasting: No

Specimen Type: Blood (Draw Location | How It Works | FAQs)


Interleukin 2 (IL-2), Serum

What's Being Tested:

  • Interleukin 2 (IL-2) Serum

Fasting: No

Specimen Type: Blood (Draw Location | How It Works | FAQs)



Interleukin 2 Receptor (IL-2 Receptor), Serum

What's Being Tested:

  • Interleukin 2 Receptor

Fasting: No

Specimen Type: Blood (Draw Location | How It Works | FAQs)



Interleukin 4 (IL-4), Serum

What's Being Tested:

  • Interleukin 4

Fasting: No

Specimen Type: Blood(Draw Location | How It Works | FAQs)


Interleukin 5 (IL-5), Serum

What's Being Tested:

  • Interleukin 5

Fasting: No

Specimen Type: Blood (Draw Location | How It Works | FAQs)


Interleukin 6 (IL-6), Serum

What's Being Tested:

  • Interleukin 6 (IL-6)

Fasting: No

Specimen Type: Blood (Draw Location | How It Works | FAQs)


Interleukin 8 (IL-8), Serum

What's Being Tested:

  • Interleukin 8

Fasting: No

Specimen Type: Blood (Draw Location | How It Works | FAQs)


Interleukin 10 (IL-10), Serum

What's Being Tested:

  • Interleukin 10

Fasting: No

Specimen Type: Blood (Draw Location | How It Works | FAQs)


Interleukin 12 (IL-12), Serum

What's Being Tested:

  • Interleukin 12

Fasting: No

Specimen Type: Blood (Draw Location | How It Works | FAQs)


Interleukin 13 (IL-13), Serum

What's Being Tested:

  • Interleukin 13

Fasting: No

Specimen Type: Blood (Draw Location | How It Works | FAQs)


Interleukin 17 (IL-17), Serum

What's Being Tested:

  • Interleukin 17

Fasting: No

Specimen Type: Blood (Draw Location | How It Works | FAQs)


Interferon Gamma (INF-y)


What's Being Tested:

  • Interferon Gamma


Fasting: No

Specimen: Blood (Draw Location | How It Works | FAQs)


MMP-9 (Matrix Metalloproteinase-9)


What's Being Tested:

  • MMP-9 (Matrix Metalloproteinase-9)


Fasting: No

Specimen: Blood (Draw Location | How It Works | FAQs)


Antimyeloperoxidase (MPO) Antibodies


What's Being Tested:

  • Antimyeloperoxidase (MPO) Antibodies


Fasting: No

Specimen: Blood (Draw Location | How It Works | FAQs)


Prostaglandin E2


What's Being Tested:

  • Prostaglandin E2

Fasting Requirements: No

Specimen: Blood (Draw Location | How It Works | FAQs)

Turnaround Time: 3 Business Days


Transforming Growth Factor Beta 1 (TGF Beta1)

What's Being Tested:

  • Transforming Growth Factor 1 (AKA: Human Transforming Growth Factor Beta 1 or Tumor Growth Factor Beta 1)- Plasma


Fasting: No

Specimen Type: Blood (Draw Location | How It Works | FAQs)


Protein Electrophoresis and Immunofixation (IFE), Serum

What's Being Tested:

  • Protein Electrophoresis
  • Immunofixation

Fasting: 12 Hours

Specimen Type: Blood (Draw Location | How It Works | FAQs)


Troponin T (hsTNT)


What's Being Tested:

  • Troponin T (hsTNT)

Fasting: No

Specimen: Blood (Draw Location | How It Works | FAQs)


Tumor Necrosis Factor Alpha (TNF-a)

What's Being Tested:

  • Tumor Necrosis Factor Alpha (TNF-a)


Fasting:
No

Specimen Type: Blood (Draw Location | How It Works | FAQs)


Uric Acid Blood Test

What's Being Tested:

  • Uric Acid (Serum)


Fasting: At least 4 hours

Specimen: Blood (Draw Location | How It Works | FAQs)


Vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF), also known as vascular permeability factor (VPF), is a homodimeric 34 to 45 kilodalton, heparin-binding glycoprotein. VEGF has potent angiogenic, mitogenic, and vascular permeability-enhancing activities specific for endothelial cells.1 VEGF is thought to play an important role in several physiologic processes, including wound healing, ovulation, menstruation, maintenance of blood pressure, and pregnancy.1 VEGF has also been associated with a number of pathologic processes that involve angiogenesis, including arthritis, psoriasis, macular degeneration, and diabetic retinopathy.1 In general, the growth and spread of tumors has been shown to be dependent on the development of increased vascularization in the tumor vicinity in order to maintain sufficient oxygenation.1 Tumor expression of proangiogenic factors, including VEGF, has been associated with advanced tumor progression in a number of human cancers.2,3 Increased expression of VEGF has been associated with poorer prognosis in patients with cancer of the colon,4-7 stomach,8,9 pancreas,10,11 breast,12-15 ovary,16,17 prostate,18,19liver,20 and in oral squamous cell carcinoma21 and melanoma.22 Serum VEGF levels are significantly higher than plasma levels. This is thought to reflect the fact that VEGF is released into the serum from platelets as part of the clotting process.23 It has been hypothesized that VEGF released from activated platelets may have a role in angiogenesis during wound healing and may also be associated with pathological conditions, such as atherosclerosis, tumor growth, and metastasis formation.23 In different studies, serum VEGF7,16,17,20,21 and plasma VEGF6,12,18,19 levels have been found to correlate with the clinical status of patients with cancer.

Fasting Requirements: No

Specimen: Serum



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