Blood Tests for Mold
 

Documented Cases of Mold Causing Brain DamageChronic Sinus Infections and Swollen GlandsFungal Infections Can Cause Heart Tissue DamageMold Can Cause Chronic Lung Infections and Cancer

                                      Brain Damage                 Sinus Infections            Heart Tissue Damage   Chronic Lung Infections 


                                   Left Untreated Mold / Fungal Infections Continue to Grow and Cause the Body Harm

                 Blood, Urine and Stool Tests for Mold, Myco-M7 Mycotoxins, and DNA Damage

                    Local Doctor Referrals for Medical Treatment, and Health Insurance Filing Assistants are Available

                                                                 Most Family Physicians, Doctors and Hospitals 
                                                                                           Do Not Understand
                                   What to Test You For 
Understanding what to Look for is the only way you can find it
           
Out of one thousand (1,000) Family Physicians surveyed, forty nine (49), stated having some experience with Mold, Mycotoxins, Mycobacterium or had been asked for fungal infection testing by patients. Those 49 further admitted that they utilized a generic lab test for their Mold testing and that they had no idea of what specific types of Mold they should test for. All Mold tests were initiated and performed at the patient's request. 100% of the 49 physicians who tested patients for Mold then referred those same patients on to a Specialist as their tests proved to be inconclusive. 

We hear this story everyday from almost everyone calling in, you are not alone. People wanting to find out about their health and Mold, but can not find the right answers, the right tests that they need, or the right person to administer them.


                           We Take the Worry out of getting the Right Tests for Mold Exposure 

Over the last ten years BioSign research has assimilated data from across the United States identifying the most common species of Molds typically found in North America. From this data we have complied and selected the most common species of Mold for our custom blood profile panels that are associated with poor indoor air quality, water damaged environments, Mold Exposure, and Mold Sickness. 

Our Blood, Urine and Stool Profiles are Unique

Our blood,urine and stool profiles are unique throughout the industry. Our custom blood profile panels test for multiple species of the most common species of Mold found in the homes and businesses throughout North America.

Aspergillus
Penicillium
Stachybotrys
and Multiple other Species

Along with the above Mold species we test for all major species of Mold documented to have caused U.S. Mold Sickness and  Advanced Mold Diseases.
 

ICAT (Allergy Testing) Profile

Should your results show positive on this test, it will designate that your body has been exposed to and is having a reaction to a pathogenic mold and will also specify the species and level of exposure for that species. The test will not verify that mold is colonizing in your body or that you have a fungal infection. 
Results are received within 10 - 14 business days.

The Myco- M7 Series Mycotoxin Profile

Mycotoxins are a secondary metabolite produced by mold spores that are pathogenic (disease causing) to human beings. There are more than one hundred forty seven (147) species of mold / fungi known to be pathogenic. The most common are Aspergillus sp., Penicillium sp.,and Stachybotrys.  Of all of the mycotoxins known "Trichothecenes", are the most toxic to human beings and animals. Mycotoxins can remain in the human body for several years even after the person has been removed from the mold contaminated environment. the Myco-M7 Series ELISA test is the most sensitive ELISA mycotoxin test available in the United States.

Fungal Identification (FID) Profile

This test is a strong indicator for invasive fungal infections within the human body. Also this test is one of the key tests used in mold litigation to prove damages to a persons health.


Fungal Identification (FID), is testing for the presence of mold / fungi within the human body. This test has become the new "Gold Standard" in the accuracy of testing for mold or invasive fungal infection. A urine specimen is collected; the specimen is cultured, and if when cultured, growth appears, will indicate a fungal infection. 
The process takes approximately 24 days to culture in the lab.                

Mycobacterium Identification (MB) Profile

There are many species of Mycobacterium that are synergistic with the growth of fungi. These particular types of fungi are sporating, which means just like fungi produce spores. Those spores can produce endotoxins, the counterpart to Mycotoxins produced by fungi / mold. These are the poisons which can cause disease in human beings.

As with the FID Profile, the Mycobacterium I.D. testing is simple, usually a urine sample is required. The sample is cultured, the bacteriological growths when present are then identified as to their species, and then the DNA of those species of bacteria detected go through the process of sequencing. 
The process takes approximately 60 days to culture in the lab.


                                                  For Detailed Questions and Answers Concerning Testing
                                                                                  Call:  (770) LAB-TEST
 

 

  

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