Array 10 – Multiple Food Immune Reactivity Screen

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Cyrex Laboratories
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Array 10 is a universal and ground-breaking food immune reactivity assessment. It assesses 180 foods in the form that they are eaten, meaning raw and/or cooked.


Array 10 includes many foods that are not offered on other laboratory panels, such as gums (used in many gluten free foods), oleosins and meat glue. Because Cyrex is the autoimmune lab, they also included food proteins that are known to cross-react with human tissue and thus contribute to the autoimmune processes (aquaporins, shrimp tropomyosin, fish parvalbumin). This is truly a revolutionary food immune reactivity test!(Price includes collection kit, US nationwide phlebotomy services and second day UPS return shipping). Orders accepted from United States only. Cyrex tests are not available in New York State. Cyrex Laboratories is not contracted with any insurance provider.

 

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Your test includes a 30-minute interpretation of your results with Michelle Ross, Director of Clinical Services.

Please Note: The test interpretation consultation must take place within 3 months of placing the test order.

 

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  • All sales are final and no refunds will be afforded and you waive any rights to charge-back your purchase with your credit card processor.
  • theDr.com does not participate in, take assignment, or accept any private insurance. We do not provide super bills and cannot assist with claim resolution for laboratory tests or consultations.
  • Orders for this test are accepted form the United States Only. International Orders are not accepted for this test.
  • TheDr.com is unable to ship test kits to the state of New York as per state laws.
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  • After you order a test kit, getting the lab draw and/or completing the test is your responsibility.
  • Test interpretation consultations DO NOT include personalized recommendations. Personalized recommendations are available within our Discovery, Essentials, and Premier programs.
  • The test interpretation consultation that is included in the price of the test must take place within 3 months of placing the test order.
  • Once thedr.com has received your test results, the results will be uploaded to your HIPAA compliant client portal and you will receive an email instructing you how to access them.
  • Cyrex Labs covers a flat rate with contracted labs for the phlebotomy services associated with their test kits requiring a blood draw. Depending on the location and lab, additional draw fees may be required.
  • Once you have purchased your test, your requisition will contain the necessary information to schedule a blood draw here: https://www.cyrexlabs.com/PayformyTest/tabid/126/Default.aspx
  • If you live in a remote location, you may need to travel a distance or ask your local physician or hospital to assist with phlebotomy.
  • We recommend contacting the draw center and scheduling an appointment for your blood draw in advance. 

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Cyrex Laboratories is CLIA* certified and licensed in the state of Arizona. Cyrex participates in CAP (College of American Pathologists) surveys to assure quality procedures and regulatory compliance. Cyrex Laboratories follows the strictest federal guidelines for the development of its assays.

 

*Congress passed the Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments (CLIA) in 1988, establishing quality standards for all laboratory testing to ensure the accuracy, reliability, and timeliness of patient test results regardless of where the test is performed.