Lipids ultracentrifugation (LDL sub-fractionation)

Sample type and Volume required: 
EDTA (purple top) or Clotted (yellow SST tube) Serum or plasma 2 x 5 mL EDTA plasma is the specimen of choice
Turnaround time: 
Batch dependant Average 2 - 3 months
Storage and transport: 
Indications: diagnosis of rare lipid_x000D_ disorders (CETP deficiency, LCAT_x000D_ deficiency) Quantification and_x000D_ relative distribution of atherogenic_x000D_ LDL and HDL particles._x000D_ Reported as cholesterol,_x000D_ triglyceride, apoA1 and apoB_x000D_ contents of fractions consistent_x000D_
Blood Sciences Department-Guy's And St Thomas' Hospital
St Thomas' Hospital
North Wing - 5th Floor
Westminster Bridge Road
London SE1 7EH
Contact: 020 7188 9247

Guy's Hospital
Southwark Wing - 4th Floor
Great Maze Pond
London SE1 9RT
Contact: 020 7188 4781
Automated Chemistry Laboratory at Guy's and St Thomas' Clinical Advisory Service
Monday – Friday, 09:00-17:00 h: 07738897061
Out of hours, weekends & bank holidays: find details on Rotawatch on Trust intranet GTi, or contact via GSTT switchboard.
For clinical advice or interpretation of results, please contact the laboratory in the first instance.

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Last updated: 07/08/2015