Lab Test

Test Definition Number : 156
Test Definition Name : Gene sequencing panel (101-200 genes)
Lab Name : OHSU Knight Diagnostics Lab
Lab Test Number of THIS Version : 1023
Lab Test Name : GeneTrails Comprehensive Solid Tumor Panel
Status : Active
Expired : No
Updated : 2017-09-21 17:05 EDT

General Attributes

Chromosome Band :
HUGO Gene Name :
ICD-Oncology Code
(includes WHO classification diagnoses)
:

Infectious Disease Attributes

Agent Category :
Non-virus Genus and Species :
Virus Family, Genus, and Species :

Lab-specific Attributes

Method : Sequencing - Next Generation (Massively Parallel) (NGS)
Specimen Source
(for clinical patient care these sources must be validated)
: Solid Tissue Paraffin-Embedded Formalin-Fixed
ICD-10 Code :
Use : Clinical - CLIA-certified lab
Genetics Category : Acquired (somatic)
SNOMED CT :
LOINC :
Comments : Screening for mutations in oncogenes and tumor suppressor genes is increasingly important in delivering personalized cancer care. The GeneTrails® Solid Tumor Panel is a custom assay that delivers information on clinically informative alterations among 124 genes. These genes were selected on the basis of their relevance to current clinical therapies. Alterations may include single nucleotide substitutions, insertions, deletions, and gains or losses in gene copy number. Up to 50 alterations may be reported for any sample, although most will have less than 10. The panel has a lower limit of detection of ~3-5% mutant allele. The panel is useful for characterizing solid tumors of all types, providing information that can help optimize treatment with targeted therapeutics, particularly in the setting of advanced disease.
Specimen Transport Requirements : Paraffin block or 10 unstained sections (4-5 micron) Package and ship samples at room temperature. Ship via overnight express. Contact Client Services at (855) 535-1522 for shipping kits and instructions.
Samples Available for Proficiency Test Sample Exchange : Yes

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