Since 88305 has a professional component, the -76 modifier is the correct modifier.
Also since the description of 88305 has "unit of service is specimen" in it (at the beginning of the 88300 section in your CPT book) you can bill repeat services in units. Any time the CPT description has a "per" or "each" or designates a unit, we can bill those repeat services using quantity. So for this claim, I would bill 88305 -26 with a quantity of 5.
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