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Article, Bio.Me

Introducing The Bio.Me™ Range

A range of evidence-based probiotics and prebiotics to support and feed the host's multiple microbiomes.

Article, Diagnostics, Immunology & Inflammation

Element Testing: Why Sample Type Matters

Urine, serum, plasma, whole blood, red blood cells, feces, hair, fingernails … the list goes on. How do you decide what biological sample(s) to use for element analysis? Can results ...

Article, Diagnostics, Gastrointestinal, Immunology & Inflammation, Microbiome

Food Sensitivity Testing Beyond IgG

The immune system is incredibly complex, and there is a distinct clinical advantage in understanding the key players of the immune system when it comes to food allergy and/or ...

Article, Diagnostics, Neurological

Neurotransmitter Testing Clinical Pearls

Dr Kate Placzek from ZRT Laboratory has outlined a series of key concepts in neurotransmitter testing to help understand the patterns found in the Neuroadvanced Neurotransmitter Profile

Webinar, Immunology & Inflammation

Food Immune Complexes

A look at the multitude of ways the immune system can react to food all at one snap shot in time in order to get a deeper picture of foods ...

Article, Bio.Me, Bio.Me Femme

The Female Microbiome & Urinary Tract Infections | Research

Urinary Tract Infections (UTIs) can be divided into upper tract infections, which involve the kidneys (pyelonephritis), and lower tract infections, which involve the bladder (cystitis), urethra (urethritis), and prostate (prostatitis). ...

Article, Bio.Me, Bio.Me Femme

The Female Microbiome & Urinary Tract Infection Treatment | Research

Twenty to 40% of women treated for urinary tract infections (UTIs) experience at least one recurrence within six months. These recurrences are often caused by the same bacterial clone that was ...

Article, Bio.Me, Bio.Me Femme

The Female Microbiome | Research

The female urinary microbiomes (gut-bladder-vagina) are a key factor for women’s health. Crucial for a healthy vaginal environment is a specific, but delicate microbial balance, characterised by a low ...

Article, Bio.Me, Bio.Me Barrier, Gastrointestinal, Immunology & Inflammation, Microbiome, Neurological

The Gut-Brain Axis | Research

The intestinal microbiota is considered to be associated with the neuro–endocrine–immune pathways, generating the concept of the gut–brain axis. Within this framework, the intestinal epithelial 'barrier', plays ...

Article, Diagnostics, Gastrointestinal, GI-MAP

What is The GI-MAP?

The GI-MAP was designed to assess a patient’s microbiome from a single stool sample, with particular attention to microbes that may be disturbing normal microbial balance and may contribute ...

Article, GI-MAP

What is qPCR Technology?

What is qPCR and why is this molecular technology so exciting?