Tracey O’Shea: Okay, next question is “Is it possible that Doctor’s Data misses any species on this test, given the large number of species that result in GI-MAP results are not in Doctor’s Data results?”
Sure, absolutely. I 100 percent think that’s accurate. The GI-MAP seems to be much more thorough, and it has a lot more species and a lot more organisms. It has viral pathogens. It has a lot more of the infectious food-borne illnesses, so I 100 percent agree that I think GI-MAP is the most thorough at this point, and the question still that we have is just how accurate is this? Is this the best test? I’m hoping I can answer that for you guys here pretty soon. We’re just waiting on the patients to take the tests and send them in so we can get the results back. The question with the GI-MAP is reproducibility. Can we get the exact same result from the exact same sample? That’s always been the concern with stool tests from all the labs: is it reproducible? Doctor’s Data does have the 360; it’s their new test. That’s supposed to be comparable to the GI-MAP. We just got those kits, so we’re going to try to also compare GI-MAP to Doctor’s Data 360, so soon I will let you guys know, but yes, I do think that it is possible that Doctor’s Data will miss some species when compared to the GI-MAP, so yes, I do think that is correct.