LAS VEGAS (AP) — The anti-doping expert charged with monitoring Lance Armstrong said Thursday he would test the seven-time Tour de France winner for "everything" and keep frozen samples of Armstrong's blood to be analyzed in the future.

Don Catlin, who ran the first anti-doping lab in the United States at UCLA for 25 years, said testing details, including costs, still must be worked out with Astana, the Kazakhstan-based team that will pay for it.

But he expressed confidence the program would be complete in testing for banned substances.

Catlin said it's crucial that Armstrong's results be made public, giving others a chance to judge them for themselves.