Participate in ANCA research in clinical laboratories

In 2016, some users of the laboratory quality control service of Controllab participated in the survey “THE CONSENSUS FOR THE RESEARCH OF AUTOANTIBODIES IN HEp-2 CELLS (FAN HEp-2): IMPLEMENTATION OF THE GUIDELINES IN THE BRAZILIAN CLINICAL LABORATORIES”, developed by the IV CLINICAL LABORATORIES“ Brazilian consensus for HEp-2 autoantibody research.

This participation was extremely important to assess the degree of implementation of the guidelines of the Brazilian Consensus in laboratories in Brazil. The consolidated data of this research can be consulted at

Controllab continues to cooperate for studies of interest to the sector. Thus, the Pontifical Catholic University of Goiás and the Federal University of São Paulo, in partnership with Controllab, developed a research on the use of ANCA Research in Clinical Laboratories. We invite laboratories that have this routine to contribute to the initiative, in order to understand how Brazilian laboratories are carrying out the test.

To learn more and participate until 03/31/20, visit

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PRM 0009

Accreditation Cgcre/Inmetro - Certified Reference Material Producer

Controllab has been accredited as a Certified Reference Material Producer (MRC) since 2016 by Inmetro’s General Coordination for Accreditation (CGCRE), under the PMR 0009 number. The assessment of this conformity is carried out according to the requirements established in ABNT NBR standards ISO 17034 and Inmetro, thus ensuring competence for the production of MRCs, according to the Scope of Accreditation.

This accreditation attests to Controllab’s technical competence in producing MRC, according to international requirements and enables it to be recognized in other countries, according to mutual recognition agreements, narrowing the technical barriers between Brazil and the other countries of the Continents.