Request / Find a Test Tool

The National Genomic Test Directories specify which genomic tests are commissioned by the NHS in England, to be delivered by Genomic Laboratory Hubs.

This tool allows clinical teams to search all of the genomic tests available to patients through the National Testing Directory. From here you can find out more details about each test and information about how to order them. These tests can only be ordered by clinical teams, if you are a patient looking to request a test please speak to your clinical team directly.

Congenital heart disease – microarray

Clinical Indication ID & Name


Congenital heart disease - microarray

Test Group


Test code


Test name


Target genes


Test scope


Test method/ technology


Optimal Family Structure


Eligibility Criteria

Individual with tetralogy of Fallot, interrupted aortic arch or truncus arteriosus, or other forms of congenital heart disease with cleft palate and / or disorder of calcium homeostasis

Commissioning group


Overlapping idications

• R26 Likely common aneuploidy test should be used for patients with coarctation of the aorta and features suggestive of Turner syndrome • R27 Congenital malformation and dysmorphism syndromes – likely monogenic or R89 Ultra-rare and atypical monogenic disorders tests should be used in individuals with congenital malformations, dysmorphism or other complex or syndromic presentations

Address for samples/request forms

North Thames GLH, Rare & Inherited Disease Genomic Laboratory
Specimen Reception, Level 5 Barclay House, 37 Queen Square,
London WC1N 3BH

Contact with queries

Supporting documents


Education resources


Service updates


Consent record

See consent guidance in test request form

Sample requirements

See sample guidance in test request form