The Sensitivity test is a whole blood (finger stick) measurement of IgG antibodies for 144 different foods (dairy, meat, eggs, fruit, vegetables, grains, nuts, seeds and seafood). Test performed through US Biotek Laboratories.
IgG antibodies are found in your bloodstream and are antibodies that respond in a delayed fashion (2-48 hours) after exposure to the food.
The TRIAD® Bloodspot Profile allows simultaneous assessment of:
Test name(s): 0400 - TRIAD® Profile*
Method: LC/MS-MS, HPLC, Spectrophotometry, EIA
*Not Available in New York
Test Type: Blood Spot Test
Check 96 foods for IgG antibody reaction causing delayed food sensitivity
This test requires a finger prick blood sample
Check 144 foods for IgG and IgA delayed antibody reaction causing food sensitivities
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