B-RAF URINE TESTING FOR TRANSITIONAL CELL CARCINOMA OF THE BLADDER
B- RAF- A simple free-catch urine analysis system for non-invasive detection and monitoring of canine transitional cell carcinoma (TCC)/urothelial carcinoma (UC) – the most common form of canine bladder and prostate cancer.
SPECIALIZED LYMPHOMA TESTING (immunocytochemistry, flow cytometry, PARR):
These specialized tests help to differentiate between the two most common forms of lymphoma (B cell and T cell). This testing is important as it plays a role in understanding the patient’s prognosis and helps the oncologist formulate the best treatment plan.
This is a special stain test that is used on tissues removed during a biopsy or surgical procedures. The special stains are used in certain cases to help determine the underlying cancer type.
MAST CELL TUMOR PROLIFERATION PROFILE
This testing is used for certain types of mast cell cancer, depending on the oncologist recommendation. This testing helps guide the risks of the tumor recurring and metastasizing. Depending on the case, the entire panel or just a portion of the panel is recommended