Toxicology Monitoring to Protect Your Patients and Your Practice

Molecular Toxicology excels at providing state of the art testing, utilizing the most current and highest quality instrumentation for Screening and Confirmation for its clients. We are extremely committed to our clients and we provide the highest quality support, service and professionalism. As a HIPAA compliant laboratory, we are committed to patient confidentiality and are dedicated to being 100% compliant with patient care.

Industry-leading Reports and Flexible Delivery Options

New to Molecular Toxicology™ is the addition of Normalized and Historical Reporting. This feature allows the physician the ability to see their patient’s testing values as a perfectly concentrated sample and their history without having to refer back to previous reports. Thus, we are improving treatment efficiency and reducing the chances of over-looking important details with treatment history. Reports are delivered via the clinic’s preference – mailing, E-fax, EMR interface, or our proprietary, HIPAA compliant online portal.

90+ Analytes Tested

Molecular Toxicology has available to clients a vast menu of analytes that include screen and confirmation testing. Our proprietary and compliant requisition form has an Individual Test Menu whereby the physician can customize every order based on treatment needs. For further details on our test offerings, please reference the table below.

Screen: 18 Drug Classes
Alcohol Biomarker Cannabinoids Ketamine Phencyclidine
Amphetamines Cocaine Metabolite MDMA Tramadol
Barbiturates Cotinine Meperidine Tricyclic Antidepressants
Benzodiazepines Fentanyl Opiates
Buprenorphine Heroin Metabolite Oxycodone


Confirm: 85 Analytes/Metabolites
Alcohol Biomarkers ETG, ETS
Alkaloids, not otherwise specified cotinine, mitragynine (kratom)
Amphetamines methamphetamine (amphetamine)
Antidepressants, serotonergic class fluoxetine, citalopram/escitalopram, sertraline, paroxetine
Antidepressants, Tricyclic and other cyclicals amitriptyline (nortriptyline), imipramine (desipramine),doxepin (desmethyldoxepin)
Antidepressants, not otherwise specified bupropion (hydroxybupropion), trazodone, duloxetine
Antipsychotics, not otherwise specified quetiapine (norquetiapine)
Barbiturates amobarbital/pentobarbital, butalbital, phenobarbital
Benzodiazepines 7-aminoclonazepam, 7-aminoflunitrazepam, alprazolam (alpha-hydroxyalprazolam), diazepam (nordiazepam, oxazepam, temazepam), lorazepam
Buprenorphine buprenorphine (norbuprenorphine)
Cannabinoids, natural THC-COOH
Cannabinoids, synthetic spice (specific marker(s) noted on report)
Cocaine benzoylecgonine
Fentanyl fentanyl (norfentanyl)
Gabapentin, non-blood gabapentin
Heroin Metabolite 6-acetylmorphine (6-AM) (morphine)
Ketamine and Norketamine ketamine (norketamine)
Methadone methadone (EDDP)
Methylenedioxyamphetamines MDMA (MDA), MDEA
Methylphenidate methylphenidate (ritalinic acid)
Opiates codeine (morphine), hydrocodone (hydromorphone)
Opioids and Opiate Analogs dextromethorphan, naloxone, naltrexone, meperidine (normeperidine)
Oxycodone oxycodone (oxymorphone)
Pregabalin pregabalin
Sedative Hypnotics (nonbenzodiazepines) zolpidem (zolpidem phenyl COOH), zaleplon
Skeletal Muscle Relaxants carisoprodol (meprobamate), cyclobenzaprine
Stimulants, synthetic bath salts (specific marker(s) noted on report)
Tapentadol tapentadol (n-desmethyltapentadol)
Tramadol tramadol (o-desmethyltramadol)
Stereoisomer (enantiomer) analysis D / L isomer methamphetamine
Drug(s) or substance(s), definitive, qualitative or quantitative, not otherwise specified clonidine
Phencyclidine phencyclidine
Oral Fluid: 31 Analytes/Metabolites
6-AM Cocaine MDMA Norbuprenorphine Temazepam
Alprazolam Codeine Meprobamate Nordiazepam THC
Amphetamine Diazepam Methadone Oxazepam Tramadol
Benzoylecgonine Fentanyl Methamphetamine Oxycodone
Buprenorphine Hydrocodone Midazolam Oxymorphone
Carisoprodol Hydromorphone Morphine Phencyclidine
Clonazepam Lorazepam Naloxone Quetiapine