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6. Which of the following investigative platforms, technologies and processes do you have access to?
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In-situ hybridisation
Polymerase chain reaction (PCR)-based techniques
One step nucleic acid amplification (OSNA)
Gene microarrays
Sanger sequencing
Next generation sequencing (gene panels/whole exome sequencing/whole genome sequencing/RNA sequencing)
Digital image analysis
*7. What percentage of the specimens that you receive are fresh?
*8. Who samples fresh tumour in your department?
*9. Which fixative is used in your department?
*10. Do you record the amount of time a sample spends in fixative?
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*11. What is the maximum time of fixation (including time spent in the processor)?
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*12. Are pathologists in your department trained to assess tumour content e.g. EQA member?
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*13. In the histology/diagnostic report, is a block number suitable for molecular testing indicated?
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*14. Does your department record cold ischemic time?
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*15. What is the average cold ischemic time prior to sampling?
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16. How are samples frozen?
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17. Where are fresh frozen samples stored?
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*19. Do you integrate molecular reports into the pathology report?
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*20. Is your diagnostic archive a research tissue bank?
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*21. To maximise network potential, wuld you be happy for CM-Path to share your email address on the CM-Path website for other departments to contact you?
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