Organic Acid Test
The Organix® Comprehensive nutritional test profile provides vital patient information from a single urine specimen. This organic acids nutritional test is valuable for determining:
- Functional vitamin and mineral status
- Amino acid insufficiencies like carnitine and NAC
- Oxidative damage and antioxidant need
- Phase I & Phase II detoxification capacity
- Functional B-complex vitamin need
- Neurotransmitter metabolites
- Mitochondrial energy production
- Methylation sufficiency
- Lipoic acid and CoQ10 status
- Markers for bacterial and yeast overgrowth
Here’s a list of the most commonly asked questions regarding the lab test kit.
Do I need to stop taking any of my medications before I collect my sample?
How do I collect the urine specimen?
Step 2: Empty bladder before going to bed at night. Do not collect this urine.
Step 3: Collect urine (if any) during the night and first morning urine into a clean container.
Step 4: Pipette urine, using a fresh disposable pipette, into the clear-cap plastic vial to the 12 ml mark (DO NOT OVERFILL). Screw the cap on tightly.
Step 5: Dispose of remaining urine.
Step 6: Freeze the clear-cap plastic vial and ice pack.
How do I prep the sample for shipping?
Step 2: Staple payment to the bottom right-hand corner of the completed Test Requisition Form and complete the Personal Health Assessment Form; Fold and place them in the side pocket of the biohazard bag.
Step 3. Seal the biohazard bag, place it into the specimen collection kit box, and close the
How do I ship my samples?
What insurances do you accept?
We also accept several Government health care programs such as Medicare, Tricare, and Medicaid of North Carolina. For complete details visit our Government Programs page.
Am I required to submit a payment prior to insurance billing?
If you would like for Genova Diagnostics to bill your commercial insurance or Medicare Advantage plan, a payment method is required. Obtain initial insurance amounts by creating a Patient Resource Center account online and using our Pay Assist tool or by speaking with your referring physician.
If your commercial insurance plan provides full payment of your test, you will receive a refund of the initial payment. If the initial payment is not provided, your out of pocket costs may be higher as you will not qualify for any credits or discounts when available. If you have coverage under a Government Program such as Medicare or Tricare, you will generally not be required to provide an initial payment. Learn more on Genova’s website.