Array 7X Neurological Autoimmune Reactivity Screen – Expanded

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Neurological Autoimmune Reactivity Screen – Expanded

This test is recommended for patients who:
• Have balance problems (Cerebellar Ataxia), numbness and tingling (Peripheral Neuropathy)
• Show decline in brain function (memory) with accompanying fatigue or muscle aches and pains
• Have Gluten-Reactivity and/or Dairy-Sensitivity contributing to neurological dysfunction

Array 7X is the expanded version of Array 7 in that it also includes IgM in addition to IgG + IgA for five neurological antigens. IgM is the earliest marker (antibody) to appear in response to an initial exposure to an antigen.

Basic Protein IgG + IgA Combined ( CPT CODE : 83516
Basic Protein IgM ( CPT CODE : 83516-59 )
IgG + IgA Combined ( CPT CODE : 83516-59 )
IgM ( CPT CODE : 83516-59 )
+ Beta Tubulin IgG + IgA Combined ( CPT CODE : 83516-59 )
+ Beta Tubulin IgM ( CPT CODE : 83516-59 )
IgG + IgA Combined ( CPT CODE : 83516-59 )
IgM ( CPT CODE : 83516-59 )
IgG + IgA Combined ( CPT CODE : 83516-59 )
Synapsin IgM ( CPT CODE : 83516-59 )
Specimen Requirement:
5 mL red top or tiger top
2 mL serum
Transport 0.5 mL serum

Important Information about Cyrex Antibody Testing

Your test includes a 15-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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  • Orders for this test are accepted form the United States Only. International Orders are not accepted for this test.
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  • 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 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.
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  • We recommend contacting the draw center and scheduling an appointment for your blood draw in advance. 

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