Titus H.J. Huisman Hemoglobinopathy Laboratory
The center's hemoglobinopathy laboratory is named in honor of its founder and longtime director, Professor Titus H.J. Huisman. Dr. Huisman died in 1999 but left an indelible legacy as a tireless and devoted researcher.
The Sickle Cell Center Laboratory at the Georgia Regents Medical Center is an international testing and reference center for sickle cell disease, thalassemia and other hemoglobin disorders. The laboratory, one of few in the country that studies abnormal hemoglobins, is a resource for researchers and clinicians throughout the country and beyond. The laboratory, under the direction of Dr. Abdullah Kutlar, is CAP- and CLIA-certified, fully qualified to offer expert assistance to hemoglobin specialists worldwide.
The expert staff at the Titus H.J. Huisman Hemoglobinopathy Laboratory is ready and eager to serve your hemoglobinopathy testing needs.
- Isoelectric Focusing (IEF)
- Beta Globin Sequencing
- cDNA Sequencing for Unknown Variants
- Deletional Alpha Thalassemias (-3.7, SEA or MED)
- Beta Globin Haplotyping
- Quantitative Hemoglobin Testing (HPLC and rp-HPLC)
- Unstable Hemoglobin Screen (Isopropanol)
- Oxygen Affinity Testing (p50)
- Alpha Globin Sequencing
- MTHFR (677 Mutation)
- Hemochromatosis (HFE C282Y and H63D Mutations)
- Factor V Leiden
- Factor V Rsa Polymorphism
- Prothrombin 20210
- Erythropoietin Assay
- 2,3 DPG (Red Cell
To contact the laboratory, please call 706-721-9640.