PCR for Antigen Receptor Rearrangement (PARR) assay is used to test for B-cell or T-cell clonality, and high-specificity detection of the presence of neoplasia. This assay, which detects the expansion of cancer clones, is particularly useful when cytology is ambiguous.
Our PARR test has high specificity, allowing for identification of clonal neoplasias, even in cases where morphologic features may not be definitive. This makes it an essential tool for the diagnosis of lymphoproliferative diseases in cats.
Accepted Sample Types
*After the receipt of the sample at the lab in California
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Collect a biopsy (FNA or tissue) from the affected site(s) into ImpriMed transport tubes. Additionally, collect 2 mL of whole blood in an EDTA-treated tube.
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Through your account on our Vet Portal, select services needed. Make sure you provide information about your patient and samples on our online portal. Pack the collected samples (FNA and blood) with ice packs and then ship them to ImpriMed using the boxes and FedEx labels provided.
The final report is emailed to the ordering oncologist in 3-4 days via secure email.
To get started, fill out the form and we will send our proprietary transport media tubes to your clinic.
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