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4RTNI-2 Active Study Page

Welcome 4RTNI-2 Study staff, coordinators, and PI’s.

This section encompasses study specific tools for your reference. If you have any questions, comments, or new ideas please contact NCRAD by email or phone (800) 526-2839 or 317-278-8413.

General questions about the study, not related to the specimens should be directed to UCSF.

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Collection cycle for specimen types
* Collected at visit 2 only if it is a termination visit
Cycle 1
Cycle 2
(Visit 2)
Cycle 3
(Visit 3)
Cycle 4
(Visit 4)
Time (months)061224
DNA (Buffy Coat)
* Collected at visit 2 only if it is a termination visit

Study Resources

Kit Request Module

Please follow the below link to access the 4RTNI-2 Kit Request Module. This link will direct you to a REDCap database where study coordinators and staff may request kits, individual supplies, and/or labels. Please allow a total of three weeks for kit requests to be compiled and delivered to your site.

biological sample notification forms

Please use the below downloadable forms to collect information on specimen patient demographics, collection, and processing. We respectfully ask that all completed forms be emailed prior to shipment. We also ask that all shipments include a hard copy of each sample form.

manual of procedures

The downloadable manual for biofluids was created specifically for the 4RTNI-2 Study. Please feel free to explore the manual through the linked ‘Table of Contents.’ Questions concerning any part of the manual may be directed at NCRAD, 1-800-526-2839 or 317-278-8413 for further clarification.

Study related video tutorials

Take the guesswork out of it. Watch our video tutorials to learn all of the ins and outs of the process.

Training slides

Get in-depth training at your own pace. Our training slides cover kit requests, specimen labels, forms, collection and processing, shipping, and more.

Sample Services at NCRAD

Looking for a biorepository to bank your samples? Check out NCRAD for sample banking. We can bank samples for new studies, ongoing studies, and closed studies.

Bank samples at NCRAD