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Mono-Screen

Infectious Disease Laboratories : Microbiology

Test ID/Workstation :
MSPOT MIC1
Specimen Type:
Blood
Tube Type:
Red top (no anticoagulant) tube
Collection Volume:
0.5 mL
Cause for Rejection:
Any anticoagulant other than EDTA or heparin
Storage:
Refrigerated
Availability:
Daily
Methodology:
Immunochromatography for heterophile antibody
Special Instructions:
May be collected by fingerstick or venipuncture. Specimen types: Blood serum(red top), plasma(heparin) or whole blood(EDTA). Serum is preferred specimen.
Lab/Phone:
330-543-8412
TAT:
1-24 hours
Additional Info:
Reference range: Negative
CPT Code:
86308
Synonyms:
Mono Test
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