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Specimen Type Whole Blood (EDTA) Container & Volume Age Group Container Volume 0 - = 18 Years LAVENDER TOP TUBE 2 ML Label Reminders Be sure to include patient's name, history #, date and time of collection, and collector's initials. Collection Notes All: Peripheral Blood: One lavender-top EDTA tube (minimum of 3 mls) is required for testing. Forward unprocessed peripheral blood promptly to the laboratory at ambient temperatures. THE SPECIMEN CANNOT BE FROZEN. GREEN-TOP (HEPARIN) TUBES ARE NOT ACCEPTABLE FOR TESTING. Amniocytes: 2-4ml of amniotic fluid is required. Forward promptly at ambient temperature only. Contact the Laboratory for additional information and instructions on sample requirements and shipping instructions. SPECIMEN CANNOT BE FROZEN. Cultured amniocytes / fibroblasts: Please contact the Laboratory for sample requirements and shipping instructions. Transport Please deliver to lab at ambient temperature. If there is a delay of more than 24 hours in delivery, please refrigerate the sample. DO NOT FREEZE! Turn Around Time - Routine: 14-28 days Stat: N/A
Order URL Help: http://www.dukemolecular.org/

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Specimen Source

  • Amniocytes
  • Cell culture
  • Fibroblasts
  • Peripheral (whole) blood

Specimen requirements: http://www.dukemolecular.org/

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