Test genetic, serologic and cellular markers for celiac disease, gluten sensitivity, IBS, Crohn’s and other GI disorders
CICA: The Celiac, IBS, and Crohn’s Array
Genetic risk for celiac disease
Genetic risk markers for Crohn’s Disease
Serum markers associated with active celiac disease process
Serum markers associated with Crohn’s disease
A serological marker for diminished antigen exclusion in the gut
Optional sensitivity testing for gluten, gliadin, casein and over 400 other foods and substances
Two out of five Americans have gastrointestinal disorders: up to 20% are affected by IBS, 0.44% impacted by Crohn’s and ulcerative colitis, and up to 1% with celiac disease.
Accurate diagnosis of non-celiac gluten sensitivity (NCGS) and celiac disease is complex because both specific and nonspecific pathways of the immune system are involved.
The CICA evaluates a patient’s genetic risk for celiac disease, serum markers associated with active celiac disease process, and genetic serum markers associated with Crohn’s disease, and serological markers for diminished antigen exclusion in the gut.
Optionally, it can be combined with the Alcat Test to evaluate innate immune cell responses to foods and other substances for the most comprehensive assessment.
This test can qualify for reduced pricing if combined with any ALCAT Test food panel.
Wellness by Ellie is an authorized provider of Cell Systems Tests. Sales are final, no cancellations or refunds after purchase.
Note: Cell Systems Tests does not make a medical diagnosis nor is it a substitute for health or medical advice. If you have a medical condition you should seek a qualified healthcare practitioner.
The CICA does not provide a diagnosis of celiac disease or any other symptoms. It is for informational purposes only and does not constitute medical advice or treatment in any way. If the test results indicate a strong celiac disease or Crohn’s disease susceptibility a thorough clinical evaluation should follow.