The Latest from Mayo Clinic Laboratories

As the global reference laboratory for Mayo Clinic, Mayo Clinic Laboratories will help you advance patient care, strengthen your practice, and broaden access to specialized testing. Through our partnerships with clinicians at Mayo Clinic and health care providers around the world, we are able to offer the most sophisticated test catalog in the world. It is because of these daily collaborations that our subspecialized laboratories continue to be a critical component to patient care at Mayo Clinic.

 

 

 

 

We are Mayo Clinic Laboratories

Effective November 9, 2018, our business name changed from Mayo Medical Laboratories to Mayo Clinic Laboratories. The change to Mayo Clinic Laboratories more accurately reflects the benefit we are able to bring to our clients every day, by letting them know that the expertise and teamwork of Mayo Clinic is behind each of our laboratory tests. We take pride in our ability to deliver more than just test results and be able to provide real answers for your patients, their families, and physicians.

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Necrotizing Autoimmune Myopathy [A Test in Focus]

Necrotizing autoimmune myopathy (NAM) is a serious but rare muscle disease strongly associated with autoantibodies to either the protein signal recognition particle (SRP) or the enzyme 3-hydroxy-3-methylglutaryl-coenzyme A reductase (HMGCR). Christopher Klein, M.D., a neurologist at Mayo Clinic, provides an overview of the new necrotizing autoimmune myopathy test available through Mayo Clinic Laboratories.

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IMPACTS Team Continues to Combat Life-Threatening Arthropod-Borne Infections in Belize

Now in its second year of a five-year initiative to better understand and detect arboviruses in Belize, the IMPACTS (Integrated Mayo Clinic Program for Arbovirus Community health education Training and Surveillance) project has expanded its focus to include tick-borne infections in addition to mosquito-borne diseases, like Zika and dengue. IMPACTS is a four-tiered project that is a joint effort with Mayo Clinic, the University of Notre Dame’s Eck Institute for Global Health, and the Belize Ministry of Health.

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Bordetella Pertussis and Bordetella Parapertussis [Hot Topic]

In this month’s “Hot Topic,” Robin Patel, M.D., will discuss the bacteria that cause pertussis, also known as whooping cough. Pertussis is highly contagious and spreads rapidly through families, schools, and hospitals. While adults and children may have relatively mild symptoms, the disease can be deadly for infants and newborns.

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How to Order Testing

Many hospitals across the country have already established an account with Mayo Clinic Laboratories. Please click on the links below to register for an account or sign-in.

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Registration for an account takes less than 10 minutes, and new accounts are typically processed and available in one business day. Once registered, sign in and locate the test in the Test Catalog and click the “Order This Test” button. Follow the prompts to provide billing and contact information. Print the test requisition form to ship with the specimen.

 

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