F8 intron 1 and intron 22 inversions for severe haemophilia A

F8 inversion mutations are analysed by inverse PCR based on digestion > ligation > amplification with specific primers
Clinical details: 
F8 inversion mutations represent the pathogenic basis of approaching 50% of patients with Severe Haemophilia A
Reference range: 


Synonyms or keywords: 
Intron 22 Inversion Intron 1 Inversion
Sample type and Volume required: 
1 x Edta
Call in advance: 
Turnaround time: 
4 weeks
Storage and transport: 
transport at ambient temperature
Molecular Haemostasis Laboratory at St Thomas'
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Haemostasis and Thrombosis
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St Thomas' Hospital
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Last updated: 14/03/2017