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Zonulin lab stein

    Zonulin is a blood test to measure the permeability of the intestinal mucosa for the elucidation of a leaky gut syndrome in: allergic diseases, autoimmune diseases, abdominal diseases, multiple sclerosis and celiac disease.

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    Dex Hermans

    I am very satisfied with the company and regularly load my blood tests. The only pity is that you don't get a confirmation when the blood has arrived. That would be an added value...

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    Zonulin lab stein

    This bloodtest from labstein measures zonulin from serum. This test is performed by both RP and Stein, depending on where the other tests are done, this test can be added to the general examination or performed as a post test.

    Determination of the permeability of the intestinal mucosa. The zonulin determination is suitable for the elucidation of a leaky gut syndrome in: allergic diseases, autoimmune diseases, abdominal diseases, multiple sclerosis and celiac disease.

    Zonulin is a protein that is active in the intestines. Elevated zonulin levels in the blood indicate increased permeability of the intestinal wall due to exposure to too much gluten or harmful bacteria. Too much zonulin is an indicator of Leaky Gut Syndrome.

    The result is good if it is lower than 48 ng / ml
    method labstein: ELISA (EIA)

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