Milford Molecular Diagnostics

2044 Bridgeport Ave, Milford, CT 06460


Milford Molecular Diagnostics

"DNA sequencing-based diagnostics are our specialty and routine diagnostic DNA sequencing is the gateway to practicing personalized molecular medicine."

- Sin Hang Lee, MD, F.R.C.P.(C), FCAP

Requesting a DNA Sequencing Test

To request DNA sequencing testing performed by Milford Molecular Diagnostics Laboratory, please select the proper requisition form and follow the guidelines for each test.  Details are provided below.  Please do not hesitate to contact us with questions.


Please note that many tests require the signature of the physician in order to authorize the evaluation.

   Following each Test, there is a CPT code. These CPT code numbers are for you to use when you request reimbursement from your insurance companies for the cost of the tests. Your insurance policies may or may not reimburse 100% of these charges.


Acceptable test materials are nasopharyngeal swab specimens in virus transport 
media and RNA  extract  residues of previously tested samples. Interested parties may send specimens each accompanied by a completed Requisition Form and a check of $150.00 paid to Milford Molecular Diagnostics Laboratory. This requisition form can be filled out electronically, and emailed to

                                                                                                                               Test Form                                                                                                       
Lyme Disease DNA Test

Test Form
If you and your health care provider suspect that you may have Lyme disease or Lyme disease–like borreliae in your blood, joint (synovial) fluid or cerebrospinal fluid (CSF), you may send:
- an acceptable specimen
requisition form  (see above)
check for $150.00 made payable to "Milford Molecular Diagnostics"

Acceptable specimen is:

  1. 3 mL venous blood collected in a lavender-top test tube containing EDTA as anticoagulant if spirochetemia is suspected Serum samples and plasma prepared by high speed centrifugation for routine chemistry test are not suitable for detection of infectious agents of Lyme disease or related borrelioses.
The samplerequisition form, and check should be sent to: Milford Molecular Diagnostics, 2044 Bridgeport Avenue, Milford, CT 06460 via Federal Express overnight delivery. For mailing requirements, please consult the following Federal Express (FedEx) "Packing Guidelines for Clinical Samples" document. Please schedule sample shipping so that they are delivered to Milford Molecular Diagnostics Monday through Friday. Samples cannot be received on Saturday or Sunday.
RESULTS:  Our official laboratory report will be sent, within 7-10 working days after receipt of the specimen, to the patient’s health care provider listed on the requisition form for proper clinical follow-up. A base-calling DNA sequencing electropherogram with its GenBank BLAST alignment analysis will accompany the report if the test result is positive.
Lyme Disease Tick Test 

          Test Form     
For tick testing, you do not need a signature from a licensed health care provider.
All you need is to put the carcass of the tick removed from skin in a small plastic                    
bag with a zip-locked seal, a requisition form and a check for $75.00 made payable
to "Milford Molecular Diagnostics" in an envelope and mail by first class mail via the 
USPS to: Milford Molecular Diagnostics, 2044 Bridgeport Avenue, Milford, CT 06460

Results: Our official laboratory report will be sent to the client at the address written
on the order form. A base-calling DNA sequencing electropherogram with its GenBank
Blast alignment analysis will accompany the report if the test result is positive.
Gynecology DNA Test

 Test Form

To request a test, click on the image to download and fill out the form and bring it to your gynecologist.

One single sample may be used to test for up to four conditions, as appropiate:

1.     Accurate HPV genotyping to follow persistent infection
2.     BRCA1 and BRCA2 Ashkenazi Jewish founder gene mutations
3.     Chlamydia trachomatis infection
4.     Neisseria gonorrhoeae infection