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Sample Collection

1. Schedule an appointment

By calling our customer care at Our +91 799-333-1444, you can schedule an appointment with our representative to get detailed information on why you should store your DNA and benefits associated with DNA banking.

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2. Phlebotomist

After you decide to store your DNA, Our representative will schedule an appointment with phlebotomist to collect your blood samples.

3. Blood Collection Kit

Our Blood Collection Kit consists of Surgical Gloves, Cotton Swabs, Disposable Syringe, Customer Intake form, DNA Banking Agreement, Band-Aid, Blood Collection Tubes.

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4. Customer Intake form

The phlebotomist will visit you at the location and at the time convenient to you and will hand over Blood Collection kit to you. He will help you in the completion of Intake form and DNA banking agreement. Make sure all the details entered are correct and feel free to share any health-related issues with him.

5. Blood Sample Collection

The phlebotomist will collect your blood samples. He will collect approximately 10ml of blood in a labelled and barcoded blood collection tubes.

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6. DNA Extraction and Storage

The collected blood sample is brought back to our lab, where state of the art technique is used to extract, purify and preserve the DNA

7. Data Authentication

Once the DNA is stored and all the details are entered into our system, you will get an email on the email-id you provided notifying you of the update along with a login ID and password. Please login using the above ID and password and change the password to the one you like. Please review the details mentioned and let us know if you find any discrepancies.

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Unsuitable Samples

1.  If for any reason you are facing issues with phlebotomy services, we will also accept buccal mucosa, saliva or other tissue samples to extract and store your DNA.

2. Clotted samples are occasionally unsuitable for molecular analysis, where possible the referring clinician/technician will be informed and a new sample is requested.

3. Unidentifiable/unlabeled/broken samples will not be accepted.  A new sample has to be provided in these cases.

4. High-risk blood samples such as HIV, Hep B or C be indicated on the tubes and accompanying documentation.