veterinary professional; via urine, tumor biopsy, tumor aspirate, blood, cytology
Owner & veterianarian signature verifying dog ID requried on all order forms. Primary identification is the Sentinel Biomedical patient ID. Registration Number, Registered Name, Date of birth, gender, spay/neuter status also recorded.
Animal ID/ Sample Submission
Sentinel Biomedical patient ID
Animal ID/ by GTP
Registration Number, Registered Name, Date of birth, gender, spay/neuter status
Techincal handling proceedures - GTP specific
SOPs related to each test
Test Result information
Test results provided to
Dx results provided only to veterinarian; early detection results passed to owner and veterinarian.
Results Query Protocol
Laboratory Mishandling Protocol
Quality Assurance and Issue Resolution
Sample tracking helps avoid errors. Lab SOPs in place for process to follow if any errors detected. All concerns are handled promplty by customer service.
Genetic counselling advice offered if requested
Test Discovery- GTP
Scientific review and ethics committee with external advsisors
Test Development In-House
Test Development More Info
Developed a series of cancer Dx and prognostic assays and contine to do so
Choosing a Genetic Test Provider Choosing a genetic test provider can be daunting. This short article helps you to consider what is important to you, and your dogs, in finding the right test provider for you.
The HGTD genetic counselling resources index link above and links below provide access to basic introductory articles on genetics, articles on application of genetics in breed health management and advanced work in technical genetics research. Breed-specific information is also available in DWN's Pedigreed Dogs Database.