Toxic Organic Chemical Exposure Profile (GPL-TOX)

This simple at-home urine test evaluates exposure to 173 different environmental pollutants, linked to many different symptoms and chronic conditions.

£250.00

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About the test

We’re exposed to toxic elements every day, from pharmaceutical products and pesticides, to environmental pollution and chemicals in food and water. Over time, exposure to these toxins can accelerate the onset of many health problems and chronic conditions, including cancer, heart disease and autoimmune disorders, as well as many more.

Our Toxic Organic Chemical Exposure Profile (GPL-TOX) screens for the presence of 173 different toxic chemicals from a single urine sample, including markers for both environmental pollutants and mitochondrial function metabolites. It uses advanced mass spectrometry (MS/MS), which can detect low levels of some genetic, mitochondrial and toxic chemical markers that conventional mass spectrometry often misses.

This profile also tests for Tiglylglycine, a chemical marker for mitochondrial disorders resulting from mutations of mitochondrial DNA. These mutations can be caused by exposure to toxic chemicals, infections, inflammation, and nutritional deficiencies.

             

Information

Turnaround
3 - 4 weeks
Sample
Urine
Lab
Great Plains Laboratory
Test
Advanced Mass Spectrometry (MS/MS)
Report

Markers

Industrial Toxicants

2-Hydroxyisobutyric Acid
Monoethyl Phthalate
2-Methylhippuric Acid
3-Methylhippuric Acid
4-Methylhippuric Acid
Phenylglyoxylic Acid
N-Acetyl Phenyl Cysteine
N-Acetyl (2-cyanoethyl) Cysteine
Perchlorate
Diphenyl Phosphate
2-hydroxyethyl mercapturic
N-Acetyl (Propyl) Cysteine
N-Acetyl (2-hydroxypropyl) Cysteine
N-Acetyl (Carbomethyl) Cysteine
N-Acetyl (3,4-Dihydroxybutyl) Cysteine
Organophosphate Insecticide Metabolites
Dimethylphosphate
Diethylphosphate

Herbicides

2,4-Dichlorophenoxyacetic Acid
N-acetyl-S-(3-hydroxypropyl)-L-cysteine

Pyrethroid Insecticide

3-Phenoxybenzoic Acid

Marker for Mitochondrial Function

Tiglylglycine