OMX | Organic Metabolomics - Urine & Plasma

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Metabolomic Testing Offers Enhanced Insights into Patient Metabolic Status

The OMX ™ Organic Metabolomics test from Diagnostic Solutions Laboratory evaluates urine and plasma metabolites—including organic acids, amino acids, and other key compounds—to assist practitioners in unraveling their patient’s metabolic pathways, revealing their unique Metabolic Signature.

Using a systems-biology approach, OMX assesses biomarkers that go beyond the traditional lists of metabolites. This test enables practitioners to see a patient’s larger health picture by deciphering and connecting perturbations of key metabolic pathways and analytes, allowing for truly personalized therapeutic support.

What is Metabolomics Testing?

Metabolomics, also called comprehensive metabolic profiling, evaluates patterns of metabolites related to core biological systems, offering insight into biochemical dysfunctions that may be of concern.

Organic acids and other small molecules are intermediate compounds that can define the efficient flow of pathways and substrates such as amino acids to reveal the level of inputs, which together establish the functional status of key areas of health.

Metabolites are impacted by many factors and can change in response to diet, nutrient status, toxin exposures, exercise, physiologic demands, genetics, gut microbiome alterations, or disease stage.

Metabolic analysis can help clinicians evaluate the function of key pathways to better target support.

Identify Metabolomic Deviations

OMX™ metabolomic testing goes beyond traditional organic acid testing. OMX characterizes metabolic phenotypes by presenting analytes in pathway categories to more easily identify metabolomic deviations that can underlie—and even precede—disease.

OMX also offers additional key markers and ratios as a standard part of the profile, including cortisol, kynurenine, microalbumin, equol, and more.


MS/MS – The newer testing results in significant increases in sensitivity & specificity, and increased reproducibility.

**Not suitable for children under the age of 2 years old**

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Collection Instructions:

Specimen Requirements: Single first-morning urine specimen and blood draw.