Thank for the prompt response. Of course, I will waiting for you answer so long time as it needed. I would to repeat the mean question: is it possible to use 903 Multi Part Neonatal Card or 903 Protein Saver Card (http://www.gelifesciences.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/catalog/en/GELifeSciences/brands/903-neonatal-screening-cards/) to collect a blood samples for ELISA IgG test ( for nutrition goals) in the limit of EU? Many USA companies offer this test using DBS Cards:(http://meridianvalleylab.com/foodsafe-instruction-video), http://www.greatplainslaboratory.com/home/eng/food_allergy_igg.asp); US Biotek (http://www.usbiotek.com/Downloads/req_forms/Interac_requisition.pdf) e.c. Our company ROLE OY www.role.ee) is on the market last 9 years offering elimination diets based on the IgG ELISA test but we use the blood sample from vein and can also provide the same test using the blood collection cards for patients outside of Estonia. Is it possible way or not corresponded to EU regulations?
Thank you in advance
Arkady Rosenstein PhD
Thank you Fran,
I will waiting for the answer
Have a nice weekend !
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