HLA-A,B,C screening (PCR) donor match
HLA-A,B,C screening (PCR) (EDTA) + Consent code: HLA Type: LAPC LBPC LCPC
HLA Class I human leukocyte antigen
This study consists of the analyses: HLA-A types HLA-B types HLA-C types
Division: Hematology HLA antigens Immunohematology
This examination is used to determine if there is a donor match.
Always coordinate well with the treating physician about what tests you need to determine the match.
This test is used for people who want to help relatives abroad and for the foreign treating doctor in the Netherlands to test whether they are a match.
The chance of an identical combination occurring in two children from the same parents is one in four. We examine this by taking some blood from you. About three weeks after the blood sample, we will know whether you are suitable as a donor.
For HLA typing, a blood sample (separate EDTA tube) intended only for this purpose is required. Clear identification (with name, first name and date of birth) must be ensured. The requesting physician is responsible for securing the identity. A statement of consent from the patient is required.
Method: Real-time PCR (RTPCR)