Chemicals and Toxins Panel
Testing for Unknown Chemicals and Toxins (alternate poison test).
This testing panel and evaluation compare detected molecular profiles of the sample against the NIST National Institute of Standards and Technology database of known compounds that contain about a million entries. The test sample molecular profiles are matched against the known profiles of the database to establish the test sample composition and/or identity. Although many chemicals and toxins can be poisonous to human and animal life this evaluation does not specifically test for common heavy metal/heavy toxin/poisons e.g. Arsenic, Cyanide, Strychnine, Lead, Mercury and others. Antifreeze is a common poison but requires a stand-alone evaluation as does ecstasy and some drugs. Our unknown chemical/toxin and heavy metals evaluation scan a test sample using GC/MS (Gas Chromatography/Mass Spectrometry) following pretesting preparations.
Our organic chemical and unknown poison evaluation analysis seeks out unknown chemicals, poisons, and toxins that include but are not limited to pesticides, organic exposure chemicals, painting or cleaning products, job site chemical exposure, rodent poison, volatiles and inhalants.
Analysis by GCMS, mass spectral data compared with the American Academy of Forensic Sciences (AAFS) and Wiley/ National Institute of Science and Technology (NIST) mass spectrometry libraries. It includes, but is not limited to:
Acetone – Alachlor – Alpha-Cadinol – Atrazine – Benzene – Benzethonium Chloride – Benzyl Alcohol – Benzyl Benzoate – Benzyl Sallicylate – Bisphenol A – Brodifacoum – Bromacil – Butyl Chloride – Butylated Hydroxytoulene – Camphor – Caprolactam – Carboxin – Caryophyllene – Chloroaniline – Chloroform – Chlorophene – Chlorophacinone – Chloroxylenol – Cinnamaldehyde – Citral – Coumarin – Cyanazine – Cyanuric Acid – d-carvone – Diazinon – Dichloroaniline – Dichloroethane – Diethanolamine – Diethylbenzenes – Diethylmalate – Diehydrocarvone – Difenacoum – Dihydrocarvyl Acetate – Dihydromethyljasmonate – Dillapiole – Diphacinone – Disulfoton – Endrin – Ethanol – Ethyl Acetate – Ethyl Caprylate – Ethyl Chloride – Ethylene Paraben – Ethyl Vanillin – Ethylene Glycol – Fenamiphos – Fipronil – Gamma Undecalactone – Glyphosate – Heptachlor Epoxide – Hexachlorobenzene – Hexane – Homosalate – Hydroxybiphenyl – Hydroxycinnamic Acid – Hydroxymethylfurfural – Isosorbide – Isopropanol – Lauric Acid Ethanolamide – Lilly Aldehyde – Limonene – Melamine – Menthol – Merphos – Methoxychlor – Methyl Ethyl Ketone – Methyl Salicylate – Methyl Chloride – Methylparaben – Metolachlor – n- Hexyl Salicylate – N,N-Dimethylaniline – N,N-Diethyltoluamide – Nicotinamide – Ocimene – Oxybenzone – Permethrin isomers – Phenothrin – Phenylethyl Alcohol – Piperine – Propylparaben – Pthalimide – Resorcinol -Strychnine -Terbufos -Terpinene -Tributyl citrate acetate – Triethanolamine – Triethyl citrate acetate – Trifluralin – Toluene – Toluenesulfonamide – Tris(2,3-dichloropropyl) phosphate – Warfarin – y-BHC – 2 ethylhexyl methosycinnamate – 2-(phenylmethtylene) octanal – 2-phenoxyethanol – 4-Aminobenzenesulfonamide – 4-ethoxybenzoic acid – 4-hydroxybenzoic acid – 5,5dimethyl-2,4 imidazolidinedione – 7-Hydroxycoumarin – 7-acetyl 6-ehtyl-1,1,4,4 tetramethyltetralin
This analysis does not test for drugs or heavy metals.
Please click on the link below to see Chemicals and Toxins Confirmation Report:
- American Academy of Forensic Sciences (AAFS)
- Wiley National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)
We compare your test sample as an unknown to known chemicals and toxins found in the international spectrometry databases containing 850,000 + entries. The testing goal is to establish the identity of unknown, organics, chemicals, and toxins (poisons) detected in your test sample that matches up to any of those recorded in the spectrometry databases.
Have you possibly been exposed to harmful organic chemicals and/or unknown toxic poisons such as?
Chemicals, Fuels, Paints, Solvents, Asphalts, Fumes in your home, Suspicious Powders or Liquids, Buried Chemical Grounds, Buried Metallic Ores and Waste, Radioactive Waste or Tailings, various Gases or other Poisons? If you believe you have been exposed to one or more of these toxins/poisons call us now!
You need to find out A.S.A.P. if dangerous levels of any of these toxins are inhabiting your physiology resulting in your chronic health problems.
There are hundreds of thousands of detectable possibilities when testing your sample for the presence of organic chemicals and unknown poisons. This type of testing is not related to a heavy metals evaluation. We report all detections. The scope of this evaluation is designed to detect chemicals and toxins, excluding heavy metals, that either are or have the potential to be detrimental to your health. Testing for chemicals and unknown toxins involves thousands of possibilities when using international spectrographic databases for a comparison between known and unknown media (your sample). This evaluation does not include evaluating for the presence of heavy metals.
The minimum, acceptable, hair strand sample for testing is a group of hair strands at least the diameter of a pencil when held between your finger and thumb, at least a quarter of an inch in diameter or so and full length. Collect your strand sample at the skin or scalp level. If your hair strand sample is not adequate you will be required to send more. Hair ROOTS or FOLLICLES are not required. Full-length hair samples are strongly recommended with the skin or scalp strand end tightly foiled with a small piece of aluminum foil for identification, chronology, and shipping.
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