Haemato-oncology

The Haemato-Oncology section provides genetic and genomic analysis of samples from patients with a range of haematological malignancies and disorders and lymphoproliferative conditions. The results obtained assist in diagnosis and classification, provide prognostic information for use in risk stratification, can direct therapeutic choice, and enable assessment of residual disease status post-treatment and/or post-transplant. We are a constituent laboratory of the West Midlands SIHMDS (MIRHO) and host of the Central England Haemato-Oncology and Oncology Research Biobank (CEHRB), and participate in the 100,000 Genomes Project.

The section processes over 20,000 bone marrow and blood samples per annum, utilising a range of cytogenetic (G-band Karyotyping, FISH) and molecular genetic techniques including Next Generation Sequencing (NGS panels), SNP arrays, Droplet Digital PCR (ddPCR), Real-Time Quantitative PCR (RTqPCR), RT-PCR, Fragment Analysis, MLPA and Sanger Sequencing.

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