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Dr. Suri Lab was established on March 30, 1980 with the mission to provide quality diagnostic services to the people of Delhi. Dr. Suri Lab has been on the forefront in providing world class laboratory services by adopting latest technology, introducing highly skilled professionals and introducing latest state of the art fully automated analyzers from U.S.A, Germany, France & Japan. Personalized service & total dedication to the doctor and patient alike has been our hallmark.

Dr. Suri Lab was established on March 30, 1980 with the mission to provide quality diagnostic services to the people of Delhi. Dr. Suri Lab has been on the forefront in providing world class laboratory services by adopting latest technology, introducing highly skilled professionals and introducing latest state of the art fully automated analyzers from U.S.A, Germany, France & Japan. Personalized service & total dedication to the doctor and patient alike has been our hallmark.

The Xpert MTB/RIF is a cartridge-based, automated diagnostic test that can identify Mycobacterium tuberculosis (MTB) and resistance to rifampicin (RIF). In December 2010, the World Health Organization (WHO) endorsed the Xpert MTB/RIF for use in TB endemic countries and declared it a major milestone for global TB diagnosis. This followed 18 months of rigorous assessment of its field effectiveness in TB, MDR-TB and TB/HIV co-infection. This test, and others that are likely to follow, have the potential to revolutionize the diagnosis of TB. The Xpert MTB/RIF detects DNA sequences specific for Mycobacterium tuberculosis and rifampicin resistance by polymerase chain reaction. It is based on the Cepheid GeneXpert system, a platform for rapid and simple-to-use nucleic acid amplification tests (NAAT). The Xpert® MTB/RIF purifies and concentrates Mycobacterium tuberculosis bacilli from sputum samples, isolates genomic material from the captured bacteria by sonication and subsequently amplifies the genomic DNA by PCR. The process identifies all the clinically relevant Rifampicin resistance inducing mutations in the RNA polymerase beta (rpoB) gene in the Mycobacterium tuberculosis genome in a real time format using fluorescent probes called molecular beacons.

Greetings for the season and best wishes for the year ahead! We are delighted to inform you of our new web reporting facility. The new facility helps our patrons to view reports on the internet without having to come to the laboratory to collect the report. The report available on the internet is downloadable and when printed would be in the same format as that available at Dr. Suri Lab. Please enter Username and Password as mentioned in your registration slip in the boxes provided above to avail this facility which comes to you at no cost but with lots of convenience.