Step 2. Completing the Identification Request Form
The Identification Request Form (IRF) can be completed in the following ways:
• Web Portal Access myaccount.accugenix: Completing the Identification Request Form through our customer web portal is the easiest and preferred method for sample submissions. Compliant with FDA 21 CFR Part 11, the highest level of data encryption plus secured log-in and password credentials are used to safeguard your confidential information, reports and data. Each time you submit samples through your personal account your stored demographic information is automatically populated to reduce redundant entries. If you don’t already have an account, contact our Technical Support staff to set up your private account, +1.302.292.8888 or complete the form on our website by clicking the highlighted text create my account. To learn more about the full benefits of establishing your own MY_Accugenix Account click here.
• Offline: Identification Request Forms are available in a writable PDF format in which you may also save information.There are specific forms based on the services required, regardless of whether you are shipping to our Newark, Delaware facility or our European site. You may either complete the information electronically or print it to write in your information. We encourage you to complete the information electronically to avoid potential delays that occur when hand writing is not clear. Choose the appropriate manual form from the list below.
Microbial Identification Services IRF – Page 1 (For AccuGENX-ID® and AccuPRO-ID®)
Microbial Identification Services IRF – Additional Pages
Strain Typing Services IRF – Page 1 (For AccuGENX-STTM and RiboPrinter®)
Strain Typing Services IRF – Additional Pages
AccuBLAST Service IRF – Page 1
AccuBLAST® Services – Additional Pages
To view the Terms and Conditions for Microbial Identification using the Accugenix services, click here.
For all methods, be sure to print out the IRF, authorize the submission by signing the document and include a copy with the shipment of samples.
On the IRF you must select the appropriate test code for your sample. All test codes are comprised of a service package test code and a chosen turnaround time (TAT). TATs are based on business days. Click here for explanation guides of TATs.
Test Code Table
|Genotypic Identification||Proteotypic||Strain Typing|
|Target||rDNA 16S||rDNA ITS2||Sequencing Data Files||Ribosomal Proteins||Unique Gene Identifiers||Ribosomal Operon|
|TAT (Days)||0, 1, 2, 5 and 10||0, 1, 2 and 5||0, 1, 2, 5, and 10||1, 2, 5 and 10||1, 2, 5, 10 and 20|