For new clinics sending us biopsies for preimplantation genetic testing, we recommend they perform a dry run using human embryos (not animal blastocysts). A dry run provides the opportunity to become familiar with the PGT kit components and shipping procedure. To request a dry run, submit a biopsy worksheet (with the “dry run” option checked) along with the dry run samples. The embryologists’ names must be clearly legible. We will contact you with information regarding sample integrity and whether or not the samples would be interpretable; karyotypes are not typically provided.
Articles in this section
- Does Invitae offer PGT-M?
- What comes in a PGT collection kit?
- How do I set up a PGT dry run?
- How much does Invitae PGT cost?
- How do I place an order for Invitae PGT?
- Who should my patient contact with questions about their PGT results?
- Who do I contact if I have questions about my patient’s PGT results?
- Does the Invitae PGT buffer expire?
- How should the patient’s control sample(s) be labeled for Invitae PGT?
- How should the Invitae PGT tubes be labeled?