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Thursday, September 16, 2010

HBRI no longer accepting samples for TMAU DNA testing



HBRI, founded and run by Dr John Cashman who has a long history in FMO3 research, has recently put a message on their TMAU page
Due to lack of program support, HBRI will not be accepting genotyping (blood) samples for TMAU testing after August 20, 2010.
We will continue to accept phenotyping (urine) samples.
This is very unfortunate, since HBRI kindly let people test directly, rather than having to convince a Dr to request the test. The only other currently known TMAU test lab in the USA is in Denver, but a Dr request is necessary and it is $600.

We keep a list of known TMAU test labs on our MEBO Research website, as well as on a page in this blog

Update : They are likely to start DNA testing again next summer when they have interns and new staff to run samples

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