The Clinical Genomics Laboratory, located at the UC San Diego Center for Advanced Laboratory Medicine, performs DNA- and RNA-based testing for inherited disease and acquired mutations/gene rearrangements for hematopathology evaluations or oncology disorders.
Testing methodologies are PCR and RT-PCR based and include allelic discrimination assays, fragment analysis assays, sequencing assays and real-time quantitative analysis.
All specimens submitted for analysis should be accompanied by this test requisition form.
- Cystic Fibrosis (CFTR) 32 Mutations
- Huntington Disease
- Factor V (F5) Leiden Mutation (R506Q)
- Prothrombin (F2) Mutation (G20210A)
- Methylenetetrahydrofolate Reductase (MTHFR) 2 Mutations
- Hereditary Hemochromatosis 2 Mutations
- Maternal Cell Contamination by STR
- BCR-ABL1, Major (p210), Quantitative
- BCR-ABL1, Minor (p190), Quantitative
- JAK2 Mutation (V617F)
- MPL (W515K/L) Mutations
- Chimerism, Baseline Donor
- Chimerism, Baseline Recipient
- Chimerism, Post Transplant Total
- Chimerism, Post Transplant T-Cell
- Chimerism, Post Transplant Myeloid
- T-Cell Receptor Gamma Gene Rearrangement
- KRAS Mutations
- Cancer Gene Mutation Panel I (call 858-657-5776 before ordering)
Directors, Staffing and Licensing
The laboratory is under the direction of:
- John Thorson, MD, PhD, ABMG Certified Molecular Genetic Pathologist
- Timothy Cahill, MS, CLSp(MB), Supervisor
It is staffed by licensed Clinical Laboratory Scientists specializing in molecular biology.
The laboratory is licensed by the State of California Department of Public Health and accredited by the College of American Pathologists.
CLIA # 05D0913715
CAP # 2320302
Center for Advanced Laboratory Medicine
Clinical Genomics Laboratory
10300 Campus Pointe Dr., MC 7181
San Diego, CA 92121-1504