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CYREX ARRAY 14

CYREX ARRAY 14

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OVERVIEW

Home to 70% of the immune system, the mucosal immune system acts as the primary host defense against the physical environmental factors (food, airborne molecules, viruses and commensal antigens), and plays a significant role in barrier functions. Mucosal immunity is the main functional defense mechanism in urinary, respiratory and the gastrointestinal systems. The intestinal mucosal interface is a complex system that must integrate interactions among the microbiota, biofilms, mucus layer, associated protective compounds, defensins, enzymes, secretory IgA, epithelial physiological interconnections, and underlying immune cells of the lamina propria. Notably, it has become clear that both the state of the microbial community and underlying immune cells contribute to the health or disease of the host. Secretory immunoglobulins IgA and IgM are important components of the first line of defense that operates at all mucosal sites.


Because the mucosa is the first line of defense, elevated salivary antibodies to the gut microbiota, gut- associated antigens, dietary proteins, xenobiotics and enteric nervous system (ENS) antigens assessed in Array 14 may be a warning of mucosal immune reactivity. If this specific mucosal immune reactivity is not addressed, the intestinal barrier may be breached by the environmental insult. If environmental toxins infiltrate the body, the resulting inflammation may eventually lead to the onset of autoimmune or neuroautoimmune disorders.


CLINICAL USE OF CYREX ANTIBODY ARRAY 14

This Array is a very cost effective, easy, and non-invasive method, to measure mucosal immune reactivity to a range of exogenous and endogenous antigens. The categories of antigens include assessments for intestinal dysfunction, food immune reactivity, gut dysbiosis, infection and possible enteric nervous system autoimmune reactivity. This mucosal immune response is the body’s first immune system reaction. If steps to bring balance back to the mucosal immune response are not taken, the immune reactivity may result in a breach of the intestinal barrier, followed by a systemic immune reaction. 


Mucosal Immune Reactivity Screen


Lipopolysaccharides
( CPT CODE : 86256-59)
Occludin/Zonulin
( CPT CODE : 86256-59)
Actomyosin
( CPT CODE : 86256-59)
ASCA/ANCA
( CPT CODE : 83516-59)
Calprotectin
( CPT CODE : 86256-59)
Alpha-Gliadin
( CPT CODE : 83516-59)
Gamma-Gliadin
( CPT CODE : 83516-59)
Glutenin
( CPT CODE : 83516-59)
Gluteomorphin
( CPT CODE : 83516-59)
Wheat Germ Agglutinin
( CPT CODE : 83516-59)
Transglutaminase-2
( CPT CODE : 86256-59)
Egg
( CPT CODE : 86256-59)
Soy
( CPT CODE : 86256-59)
Corn
( CPT CODE : 86256-59)
Alpha + Beta Casein
( CPT CODE : 83516-59)
Casomorphin
( CPT CODE : 86256-59)
Aflatoxin
( CPT CODE : 86256-59)
Bisphenol-A
( CPT CODE : 86256-59)
Mercury
( CPT CODE : 86256-59)
Mixed Heavy Metals
( CPT CODE : 86256-59)
Rotavirus
( CPT CODE : 83516-59)
Myelin Basic Protein
( CPT CODE : 83516-59)
Blood-Brain Barrier Protein
( CPT CODE : 83516-59)
Immune Complex
( CPT CODE : 86332-59)


Specimen Requirement:

Collect: 4 mL blue top
Transport: 4 mL saliva
Only one collection required for all tests

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). These products are not meant to diagnose‚ treat or cure any disease or medical condition.

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