Post-Organ Transplant DNA Testing
What is Post- Organ Transplant DNA Testing ?
Post- Organ Transplant DNA Testing typically includes comparing genetic profiles to ensure compatibility and to detect any genetic mismatches that may trigger an immune response in the recipient’s body. By examining genetic markers, healthcare professionals can determine whether the transplanted organ or tissue is being accepted by the recipient’s immune system or if there are signs of rejection.
Our testing facility is ISO 18385:2016, ISO9001:2015, and ISO/IEC 17025 certified company that employs state-of-the-art Autosomal Markers kit, ensuring 100% accuracy.
WHEN TO DO?
- Detect Rejection: By analyzing DNA markers, healthcare providers can identify early indicators of rejection and intervene promptly to prevent organ damage.
- Assess Compatibility: to confirm the genetic compatibility between the donor and recipient.
- Monitor Response to Treatment: to monitor the recipient’s response to immunosuppressive therapy and other treatments aimed at preventing rejection.
- Long-Term Monitoring: to assess the ongoing health and function of the transplanted organ or tissue.
DISCLAIMER: This test result may not be defendable in a court of law for the establishment of paternity/relationship and other legally related issues because the samples used for the peace of mind test are not collected under a strict chain of custody or on an honourable court’s order by a third neutral party, and the Laboratory is unable to verify the origin of the samples. The names of the testing parties that may be listed in this report were submitted by the customer and are not independently verified. For inaccurate or misspelt patient information, the laboratory disclaims any liability.