NBT


Description

NBT

Also known as

Oxidative burst assay


Request a test

To request this test please send sample with a request providing patient ID (three identifiers), specimen information, assay required, relevant clinical details and sender information. Before sending sample please read details on requesting and labelling by clicking on the link. Please also refer to any additional information provided for this test. Download the referral form >


Additional information

A control sample is required


Sending address

Immunology Department
Level 4, Camelia Botnar Laboratories
Great Ormond Street Hospital
Great Ormond Street
WC1N3JH

Laboratory service

Immunology


Sample requirements

1 ml EDTA (to be received in Immunology lab by 2pm on day of collection)


Reference range

Unstimulated cells: 0 - 20%; Stimaulted cells: 95%-100%


Turnaround time

3 days


Disease / group

Chronic Granulomatus Disease (CGD)


Cost

Upon request


Call in advance?

Please call in advance to ensure optimal processing of sample.


Immunology

The Clinical Immunology Laboratory at GOSH provides a dedicated paediatric immunology service, supported by an expert scientific and clinical team.

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