The primary difference is that non-GLP studies do not have the same level of Quality Assurance involvement as GLP studies. GLP studies are audited by Quality Assurance prior to issuance of final reports.
Yes, all assays conducted under GLP are qualified before use. Non-GLP studies may use assays that are not fully qualified. If a non-qualified assay will be used for a non-GLP assay, it will be communicated to the client before the start of the project or study.
If available, species specific kits will be used. Not all assays have kits that have been developed for specific species. If a species specific kit is not available, a human based or other relevant kit will be qualified for the species of interest.
Specimen requirements depend on the tests requested. Please see the test list for specific requirements.
Yes, it study is assigned a Principal Investigator (PI) or single point of contact.
Yes, please follow the specific Saturday shipment instructions found on our website.
Turnaround time (TAT) varies depending on the test. Most routine chemistry and hematology tests are processed the same day of receipt with draft data being delivered the next business day. Non-routine assays have longer TAT depending on kit availability. Contact us if you have specific deadlines for data delivery.
Yes, please contact us if you have specific requirements for electronic data delivery.
Yes, please see our forms section of this website for sample notification and requisition forms.
Samples are destroyed following approved standard operating procedures. Samples may be stored or returned to the client upon request.
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