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List of Nagalase testing Labs

We got a request to make a list of the laboratories on our last post (where we talked about the patent situation with nagalase testing. )

This is a first draft. Please correct our errors in the comments section below.

 

Nagalase Testing Labs in the United States

Let’s start with the newest blood testing lab we’ve noticed, In Georgia state.

Dunwoody Labs

Nine Dunwoody Park, Suite 121
Dunwoody, GA 30338
678-736-6374

nutratestlabs.com

Comment:

It looks like they do it in house. But the pricing is not listed on their site.

One thing that struck a positive chord was their list of recommended treatments if you have high NaGalase levels.

  • Green tea
  • Curcumin
  • Melatonin
  • Resveratrol
  • Oxidative therapies
  • Chemotherapeutics

It’s interesting they did not list GcMAF in there. Since the two (gcmaf and nagalase) have been paired quite strongly by the scientists researching GcMAF.

But it is great to see other suggestions on how to lower nagalase levels in blood.

If anyone has tried them please let us know your experience !

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Health Diagnostics and Research Institute

540 Bordentown Ave., Suite 2300

South Amboy, NJ 08879

Tel: 732-721-1234

www.hdri-usa.com/tests/nagalase/

Comment:

They send your blood plasma sample to europeanlaboratory.nl in the Netherlands.

And that lab does the actual testing.

Pricing here is competitive. But there are rumors of long waiting periods for your test results.

 

 

more results will be added here soon!

which blood testing labs offer nagalase testing?

Why are there so few labs that do Nagalase testing?

If you are looking for labs who do Nagalase testing, you’ve probably already found the company out of the Netherlands who seem to have a near monopoly on this test.  

Doctors and patients around the world have been sending blood samples on massive blocks of dry ice, in the hopes to keep the samples frozen untill they arrive.  I wonder how often the blood plasma has already defrosted by the time they arrive and get stored for processing at the lab? Even first class courier mail gets stopped up from time to time.

It just seems so strange that this ass-backward system of shipping across the world for a simple enzyme test has continued for years. Despite the obvious demand for tests by cancer patients, autism sufferrers and others who are concerned about their enzyme levels. Even for healthy people who are being cancer preventative and checking their acetylgalactosaminidase levels to confirm they are on the right track.

There is growing demand globally, as stronger and stronger research is published.

So why are there no Nagalase testing companies in many of the countries who demand them the most?

It probably comes down to Patent Law and the low motivation of blood labs to negotiate for rights or licenses to use the patented processes. Or maybe there is a high barrier to getting the approval of the patent holder.  This is meerly guesswork and possibly not fact.

Dr. Yamamoto, the world famous GcMAF pioneer researcher, holds these patents in the USA and internationally.  You can check out the Nagalase testing procedures patented at this link at patents.com .

 

The patent describes 2 processes for measuring Nagalase enzyme in blood plasma.

The first method

  •  coating a microtitre plate with antibodies against alpha-N-acetylgalactosaminidase
  •  adding the blood sample (as plasma or serum) to the plate
  • adding antibody conjugates that react with the alpha-N-acetylgalactosaminidase AND p-nitrophenyl-phosphate
  • monitoring the reaching and comparing against a standard curve.

And that’s a summarized version of one of Dr. Yamamoto’s patent claims.

The second claim is a similar work flow, but using an antibody-sandwich ELISA kit.

Hopefully this trend is changing for the better, with a lab recently in the US also doing in-house Nagalase serum tests.  Nutratestlabs.com

Next, we will try to communicate with some of the blood test laboratories and get some insight into the real reasons behind the lack of equipped labs world wide.

Do you have the answer? or ideas why this problem continues?

Tell us now in the comment section below !

happy to start the Nagalase.com information site

The beginnings of Nagalase.com

Welcome to Nagalase.com

This is the first post, to mark the beginning of this information based site.  We started on November 25th, 2013. 

It is an interesting time to be gathering and distilling information about the nagalase enzyme and it’s use in attempting to monitor various illnesses and health issues.

Because at this time, there seems to be a black hole in both the research and corporate sides.  We have a lack of significant published research on this enzyme in healthy and health challenged people.  And we have a serious lack of labs and blood testing companies who do the nagalase test. 

As the Gc-MAF treatment of autism, cancer, cfs etc. story unfolds, the gap in Nagalase information will likely become smaller. Since more researchers will be monitoring this in a variety of studies.  

So we are excited to be here. And hope to become a useful resource for many.

If you would like to contribute to this site with your writing, ideas and feedback please email us at nagalase.com@gmail.com

Also please comment on the posts of this site. Let’s share our experiences and knowledge.