Follow the money....who benefits if IGenex is discredited? Also they have done enough testing to claim 92-97% specificity depending on the test. What is ELISA something like 55% (my memory may be in question but it is much lower than the IGenex tests and nearly all general doctors and some specialist still use it. Seems like ELISA is basically useless, unless one knows they had a tick bite within a couple of weeks of seeing a doctor. But then someone in power benefits every time an ELISA test is run and in nearly half the cases it is a useless use of time, money and blood draw.