Please use the menu on the left to read our acceptance criteria, the required sample types and guidance on transport and delivery before submitting samples for testing.
- For cytogenetic (chromosomal) and molecular (DNA) testing use our joint referral form.
- For biochemical genetics testing use the Willink referral form.
- For specialist cell culture service samples use the specialist cell culture service referral form.
For molecular pathology of solid tumours:
- For KRAS and BRAF testing in non-melanoma samples, use:
- The KRAS & BRAF request form (if sending to MCGM)
- The KRAS & BRAF Pathology form (if sending to the pathology lab that holds the sample).
- For BRAF testing in melanoma samples, use the BRAF Melanoma request form.
- For EGFR mutation testing, use:
- The EGFR request form where a pathology sample is available;
- The cfDNA EGFR request form to test using plasma when biopsy testing is not possible, has failed or is inconclusive.
- For PIK3CA mutation testing (clinical trials/research), use the PIK3CA request form.
- For ALK testing (clinical trials/research), use the ALK request form.
- Samples to be exported to other laboratories must be accompanied by either our standard export form or our biochemical export form.
- High risk samples must be clearly labelled as such with the specific risk identified where appropriate.
- Samples to be tested for a diagnosis of Huntington Disease must be accompanied by an HD consent form. Presymptomatic tests should be referred through a Genetics Centre.
- Samples for rare disease testing must be accompanied by a rare disease form.
- Samples to be tested for mutation screening of the NF2 gene must be accompanied by a clinical questionnaire.