CDG (carbohydrate deficient glycoprotein) is used in the diagnosis of congenital defects of glycosylation that usually present in childhood and are associated with grossly elevated levels of CDG.
Our method does not detect all CDG's, or it may not detect CDG's in infants <3 months of age.
Carbohydrate deficient glycoprotein
Chilled (2 - 8 degrees Celsius)
If overnight - Chilled (2 - 8 degrees Celsius)
Unsuitable: Heparin, EDTA, Fluoride Ox plasma
While PMM2 sequencing is available at CHL, the screening test is a Transferrin isoforms (CDG) blood test, the sequencing will only be performed after the screening test as confirmation.
Time of Flight Mass Spectrometry
$466.66 (Exclusive of GST)
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