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Registration CodeCTGN
Method

Fluorescence in situ hybridisation (FISH) using locus-specific probes are applied to identify and confirm a diagnosis of both 22q11 deletion and 22q13 deletion syndromes.

The test is useful when the diagnosis is firm and/or urgency is required. Otherwise, microarray testing which detects all currently known microdeletion syndromes in one assay, is the preferred test in most cases.

See microarray for further information

External Price$809.05(Exclusive of GST)
  

Specimen Collection

 
Specimen Collection Protocols

 Whole blood is required for genetic testing; please do not centrifuge blood tubes.

Patient Specimen3 mL Lithium heparin blood -Children and infants
Paediatric Specimen0.5-1 mL Lithium heparin blood - Neonates
Sample Delivery to LabRoom temperature. DO NOT refrigerate or freeze
  

CHLabs Laboratory

 
DepartmentHaematology - Cytogenetics
Contact Details Email Email
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Contact Phone Number03 364 1425
Test AvailabilityMon - Fri, business hours - urgent testing by arrangement
Turnaround TimeUrgent 5 days. Non-urgent 18 days
Reference Interval

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Interpretation

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Delphic Number Test Number3645

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