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EBV PCR, Quantitative

Molecular Diagnostics : DNA

Test ID/Workstation :
Specimen Type:
Tube Type:
Purple top (EDTA) tube
Collection Volume:
2.5 mL blood
Cause for Rejection:
QNS or unacceptable specimen type
Batch Testing Monday and Thursday
Real-Time Polymerase Chain Reaction
Special Instructions:
Lab - Centrifuge purple top tube promptly and send 1.0 plasma to DNA lab, refrigerated. For Outpatients, test should only be drawn in outpatient locations within a Hospital (Akron or Beeghly)
1-3 days
Additional Info:
Reference Range: Negative: No EBV DNA Detected
CPT Code:
Epstein-Barr Virus DNA, EBV DNA
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