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HLA Typing- A B C DR and DQ Test for Donor and Recipient Test

Original price was: 6,500 د.إ.Current price is: 5,850 د.إ.

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HLA Typing, encompassing the A, B, C, DR, and DQ tests, is a crucial genetic examination performed to ensure compatibility between organ donors and recipients. This sophisticated testing process, conducted at DNA Labs UAE, involves analyzing specific proteins, or human leukocyte antigens (HLAs), found on the surface of cells. These proteins play a significant role in the body’s immune response and are vital for the success of organ transplants.

The HLA system is highly polymorphic, meaning there is a great variety of HLA alleles among different individuals. The compatibility of these alleles between a donor and a recipient can significantly affect the outcome of transplant surgeries, making HLA typing a critical step in the transplant process. It helps to minimize the risk of organ rejection and ensures that the recipient’s immune system can accept the new organ as its own.

At DNA Labs UAE, the HLA Typing test, covering the A, B, C, DR, and DQ antigens, is meticulously carried out by experienced professionals using state-of-the-art technology to provide accurate and reliable results. The test is priced at 5850 AED, reflecting the comprehensive nature of the analysis and the advanced technology utilized in the process. By ensuring the highest standards of testing, DNA Labs UAE plays a pivotal role in facilitating successful organ transplants, ultimately saving lives and improving the quality of life for recipients.

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HLA Typing- A B C DR and DQ Test for Donor and Recipient

Test Name: HLA Typing- A B C DR and DQ Test for Donor and Recipient

Test Components Price: 5850.0 AED

Sample Condition: 4 mL (3 mL min.) whole blood in 1 Lavender Top (EDTA) tube OR 6 mL (3 mL min.) whole blood in 1 Yellow Top (ACD) tube OR Buccal swab collected in a sterile container. Ship refrigerated. DO NOT FREEZE.

Report Delivery: 12-15 days

Method: PCR, Sequencing

Test type: Transplantation

Doctor: Hematologist

Test Department: Pre Test Information

No special preparation required

Test Details:

HLA typing is a test that determines the human leukocyte antigen (HLA) genes present in an individual’s immune system. These genes are important for the body’s ability to recognize and respond to foreign substances, such as bacteria and viruses. HLA typing is particularly important in organ and tissue transplantation, as the donor and recipient must have compatible HLA types to prevent rejection of the transplant. The HLA genes tested in HLA typing include HLA-A, HLA-B, HLA-C, HLA-DR, and HLA-DQ. For a donor and recipient to be a good match, they should have at least three out of six HLA markers in common. The closer the match, the lower the risk of rejection. HLA typing is typically done using a blood sample or a cheek swab. The results are reported as a series of numbers and letters, indicating the specific HLA genes present in the individual. In summary, HLA typing is an important test for determining the compatibility of a donor and recipient in organ and tissue transplantation. It tests for the presence of specific HLA genes in the immune system and helps to prevent rejection of the transplant.

 

Test NameHLA Typing- A B C DR and DQ Test for Donor and Receipent Test
Components 
Price5850.0 AED
Sample Condition4 mL (3 mL min.) whole blood in 1 Lavender Top (EDTA) tube OR6 mL (3 mL min.) whole blood in 1 Yellow Top (ACD) tube OR Buccal swab collected in a sterile container. Ship refrigerated. DO NOT FREEZE.
Report Delivery12-15 days
MethodPCR, Sequencing
Test typeTransplantation
DoctorHematologist
Test Department: 
Pre Test InformationNo special preparation required
Test Details

HLA typing is a test that determines the human leukocyte antigen (HLA) genes present in an individual’s immune system. These genes are important for the body’s ability to recognize and respond to foreign substances, such as bacteria and viruses.

 

HLA typing is particularly important in organ and tissue transplantation, as the donor and recipient must have compatible HLA types to prevent rejection of the transplant. The HLA genes tested in HLA typing include HLA-A, HLA-B, HLA-C, HLA-DR, and HLA-DQ.

 

For a donor and recipient to be a good match, they should have at least three out of six HLA markers in common. The closer the match, the lower the risk of rejection.

 

HLA typing is typically done using a blood sample or a cheek swab. The results are reported as a series of numbers and letters, indicating the specific HLA genes present in the individual.

 

In summary, HLA typing is an important test for determining the compatibility of a donor and recipient in organ and tissue transplantation. It tests for the presence of specific HLA genes in the immune system and helps to prevent rejection of the transplant.