AlloSure scores rose a median of 91 days before detection of dnDSA.5
AlloSure elevations (≥0.5%) were associated with a nearly 3-fold elevation in the detection of future dn-DSA.5
NEW DATA FROM THE ADMIRAL STUDY – DOWNLOAD THE LANDMARK PUBLICATION
Assessing Dd-cfDNA Monitoring Insights of Renal Allografts with Longitudinal Surveillance (ADMIRAL).
The largest prospective cohort of kidney transplant recipients followed for three years with over 200 biopsy-paired dd-cfDNA results.5
AlloSure differentiates the absence of rejection* from TCMR and ABMR.5
*Injury defined in ADMIRAL as: Out of range tacrolimus, BK viremia, dnDSA positive, urinary tract infection, proteinuria, allograft rejection, and recurrent FSGS.
Fast result turnaround time: under three days after blood draw.
The AlloSure Routine Testing Schedule (ARTS) is based on a recommendation from the DART study. All testing should be performed when medically necessary, in accordance with the treating physician’s independent medical judgment.10
A Surveillance Solution
The first analytically and clinically validated donor derived cell-free DNA (dd-cfDNA) test developed for transplant patients with a targeted SNP assay across all somatic chromosomes.
The ONLY dd-cfDNA service clinically validated for surveillance.
An Early Marker of Injury and Rejection for Kidney Transplant Patients
Broad utility in:
Fast turnaround time of results:
*CareDx provides specimen collection through mobile phlebotomists as part of its laboratory service so patients should not have additional out of pocket expenses beyond any coinsurance/deductibles required by their health plans for the test.
Watch the AlloSure specimen collection and shipping video and download step by step instructions.
Multi-modality surveillance. Comprehensive monitoring for kidney transplant patients, combining dd-cfDNA and gene expression profiling.
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4 Seeto, R., et. al. Biophys Rev. 2020;12(4):917-924. doi:10.1007/s12551-020-00713-5.
5 Bu L. et. al. Kidney International. 2021 Dec doi: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.kint.2021.11.034.
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9 Bu L. et. al. Kidney International. 2021 Dec doi: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.kint.2021.11.034.
10 Pai A, Swan JT, Wojciechowski D, et al. Ann Transplant. 2021;26:e932249. Published 2021 Jul 2. doi:10.12659/AOT.93224.