|Also Known as (Alias)||MNS genotyping|
|Indications||Red Cell (HEA) Genomics|
|Method||polymerase chain reaction (PCR) based|
|Test Information||This group of tests can be useful to resolve cases where the patient has inconsistent serological typing or to confirm variants such U variant or U negative|
|Additional Test Information||Mother:
10 cc EDTA (lavender top) tube(s).
|Sample Requirements||EDTA (lavender top)|
|Requested Volume||10cc EDTA (lavender top) tube(s)|
|Minimum Volume or Pediatric volume||5cc EDTA|
|Shipping Information||Whole blood shipped at ambient temperature and should arrive in the lab within 48 hours.
Send samples to:
Genomics Testing Laboratory
921 Terry Ave.
Seattle, WA 98104
For additional information please see Ordering Information
|Requisition Form||Request for Testing Genomics Testing Laboratory|
|CPT Codes||81401 x4|
|Turn around Time (analytic time)||3 business days|
|Minimum Volume or Pediatric volume||
Minimum Vol: 5ml
|Report/Results||Fax number required to receive report|
|Limitation of test||Molecular testing to predict the red blood cell phenotype does not always reflect the phenotypic expression of the blood group antigen. This may occur in cases where the individual has genetic variation that silences or alters the blood group antigen expression that is not included in the target region of the test, and also may occur with RhD zygosity testing. Test results must be interpreted with knowledge of how known polymorphisms affect blood group antigen expression. The performance characteristics have been established by Bloodworks Northwest. The results are not intended as the sole means for clinical diagnosis for donor or patient management decisions.|