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Research Inquiry

Labrix is a recognized world leader in innovative laboratory testing and has partnered with healthcare practitioners, hospitals and organizations to advance the field of integrative medicine through sound, clinical research. The Clinical Research department was created to advance the understanding of the neuroendrocrine system, leading to new treatment protocols and optimization of the unique individual health blueprint.

Labrix research studies include addiction and cravings, the relationship between serotonin levels and Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD), cortisol levels in individuals working overnight shifts, the significance and safety of estriol, and many other important topics impacting health and wellness.

Labrix tests the following hormones in saliva: Estrone, Estradiol, Estriol, Progesterone, Testosterone, DHEA, Cortisol and Melatonin. Labrix also tests the following neurotransmitters in urine: Serotonin, GABA, Dopamine, Epinephrine, Norepinephrine, Glutamate, Glycine, Histamine, and PEA. Labrix is CLIA certified and authorized to test hormones in all 50 states, including New York State.

1 Business Information

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2 Signing Provider

3 Primary Contact

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4 Study Information

Sex Hormones Cortisol Melatonin Neurotransmitters DNA
  Estrone
  Estradiol
  Estriol
  Progesterone
  Testosterone
  DHEA
  Morning
  Noon
  Evening
  Night
  Morning
  Evening
  Night
  Serotonin
  GABA
  Norepinephrine
  Epinephrine
  Glutamate
  Dopamine
  Glycine
  Histamine
  PEA
  Find Why

5 Testing Materials

  I need test kits prepared individually
  I need testing materials sent in bulk packages

6 Results

How would you like to identify the participants?
  DOB
  Name
  Other:

7 Shipping

8 Next Steps

Thank you for taking the time to submit this information. We look forward to a potential partnership and the opportunity to advance the field of integrative neuroendocrine science.