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Diagnostic Solution's OMX

At NGI, we take a multi-algorithmic approach to this test, extracting hyper-dimensional data and insights from this already comprehensive test.

The OMX is a baseline metabolomics test for NGI that helps us validate gene expression. The is a phenomic test that is best used for inborn errors of metabolism

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Collection Instructions

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What to do About Supplements or Medications?

  • If you have already started taking your supplements or medications prescribed by NGI, please CONTINUE taking them.  DO NOT STOP taking any medication/supplements NOT prescribed by NGI.  

  • If you have not started your supplement program, please avoid the following for at least 2 weeks unless directed by your provider:   

  • Valproic acid, Acetaminophen, Berberine HCl, Antibiotics, antifungals, probiotics, digestive enzymes, acid blocking medications, Amphetamines, centrally acting medications, antidepressants, Anti-Parkinsonian medications, HMG-CoA-reductase inhibitors (statins) and red yeast rice, N-Acetyl Cysteine (NAC), Oral contraceptives, estrogen therapy, Quercetin, Steroids, Diuretics, Fibrates, Kreb's cycle and amino chelated supplements (i.e. citrate, malate, succinate, glycinate, threonate, and orotate forms of supplements [magnesium citrate], alpha ketoglutarate, and others), Provocation/chelating agents (i.e. DMPS, DMSA, EDTA, etc.), Vitamin C   

Shipping Instructions

Place the frozen specimen bag (including the urine sample, and completed Requisition) inside the kit box.

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Special Populations

This test is not designed for pediatric patients under the age of 2, pregnant patients or those with abnormal creatinine levels. Those using urinary catheters, please contact our office for further instructions

*The OMX does offer a Plasma/Urine collection; in most cases NGI providers will recommend the Nutreval. This is the preferred urine only test. 

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