EMMA Combo_Environmental Mycotoxin Panel + Fungal Count Dx (RTL-R8700)



Environmental Mold and Mycotoxin Assessment

The EMMA test uses sensitive molecular detection technology to look for the presence of 12 of the most toxigenic molds. It determines their presence and relative abundance.

Environmental Mycotoxin Panel Sample_Report

Fungal Count Dx Sample_Report

Guide on Env. Mold Panel Testing

Explanation of Mycotoxin Panel


EMMA Combo Interpretation Guide

Most common areas of household mold



This combo will continue to utilize our state-of-the-art environmental mycotoxin testing; however, we will be replacing the spore count with our new Fungal Count Dx test. This test will add two new organisms, Penicillium brevicompactum and Penicillium chrysogenum. Our test will now report fungal elements/ml instead of spores/ml. This, along with additional optimizations that our scientists have performed, will give our clients much greater sensitivity and will help identify mold issues that were previously unknown and undetectable. The Environmental Mold and Mycotoxin Assessment, or EMMA, is a highly sensitive test developed by RealTime Laboratories in 2019.

The scientists and doctors at RTL realized the importance of not only treating the body but treating the environment also for full recovery. RTL conducted intense research to find the 12 most toxigenic molds associated with the 16 mycotoxins that were already included in our test list.

Testing couldn’t be easier, only requiring a small cut out of an HVAC filter or a swab of dust from an area you can see or suspect mold to be present. The kit is packaged with two sterile swabs and a sterile piece of gauze to use for collection of a sample. We can merge up to three samples to run combined as a composite result, otherwise each sample will be treated and charged separately.

Mycotoxin Groups EMMA Tests for

• Ochratoxin
• Aflatoxin Group
• Trichothecene Group
• Gliotoxin
• Zearalenone

Molds EMMA Tests For

• Aspergillus fumigatus
• Aspergillus ochraceus
• Aspergillus flavus
• Aspergillus terreus
• Aspergillus niger
• Penicillium brevicompactum
• Aspergillus versicolor
• Candida auris
• Chaetomium globosum
• Fusarium solani
• Stachybotrys chartarum
• Penicillium chrysogenum