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Tests names and labsConditionsGenes, analytes, and microbesMethods

Hereditary Hemolytic Anemia Comprehensive Sequencing, Varies

Mayo Clinic Laboratories Mayo Clinic
United States
3940
  • C Sequence analysis of the entire coding region

Red Blood Cell Membrane Panel, Next-Generation Sequencing

Mayo Clinic Laboratories Mayo Clinic
United States
1914
  • C Sequence analysis of the entire coding region

SPTA1 - NGS including CNV analysis

Centogene AG - the Rare Disease Company
Germany
31
  • D Deletion/duplication analysis
  • C Sequence analysis of the entire coding region

Invitae Red Blood Cell Membrane Disorders and Enzymopathies Panel

Invitae
United States
5728
  • D Deletion/duplication analysis

Invitae Hereditary Hemolytic Anemia Panel

Invitae
United States
7439
  • D Deletion/duplication analysis

Hereditary Hemolytic Anemia Cascade

ARUP Laboratories, Molecular Genetics and Genomics ARUP Laboratories
United States
2431
  • D Deletion/duplication analysis
  • C Sequence analysis of the entire coding region

Pyropoikilocytosis, 266140, Autosomal recessive; HPP (Hereditary pyropoikilocytosis) (SPTA1 gene) (Sequence Analysis-All Coding Exons) (Postnatal)

Intergen Intergen Genetics and Rare Diseases Diagnosis Center
Turkey
11
  • C Sequence analysis of the entire coding region

Hereditary Hemolytic Anemia Panel

PreventionGenetics, Part of Exact Sciences
United States
4434
  • D Deletion/duplication analysis
  • C Sequence analysis of the entire coding region
  • T Targeted variant analysis

Spherocytosis/Elliptocytosis Panel

PreventionGenetics, Part of Exact Sciences
United States
86
  • D Deletion/duplication analysis
  • C Sequence analysis of the entire coding region
  • T Targeted variant analysis

Spherocytosis Panel, Hereditary

CNH Molecular Diagnostics Laboratory Childrens National Hospital
United States
196
  • C Sequence analysis of the entire coding region

Inherited Red Blood Cell Disorder Panel

Genomic Diagnostic Laboratory, Division of Genomic Diagnostics Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
United States
1752
  • D Deletion/duplication analysis
  • C Sequence analysis of the entire coding region

Erythrocytosis NGS Panel

Fulgent Genetics
United States
6124
  • D Deletion/duplication analysis
  • C Sequence analysis of the entire coding region

SPTA1 Gene Sequencing and Deletion/Duplication Analysis

DDC Clinic Molecular Diagnostics Laboratory DDC Clinic, Center for Special Needs Children
United States
31
  • D Deletion/duplication analysis
  • C Sequence analysis of the entire coding region

Hereditary Hemolytic Anemia Panel, Sequencing

ARUP Laboratories, Molecular Genetics and Genomics ARUP Laboratories
United States
2128
  • C Sequence analysis of the entire coding region

SPTA1 Deletion/duplication analysis

Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center Genetics and Genomics Diagnostic Laboratory Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center
United States
31
  • D Deletion/duplication analysis

SPTA1 Single Gene

Fulgent Genetics
United States
31
  • D Deletion/duplication analysis
  • C Sequence analysis of the entire coding region

Hereditary Spherocytosis NGS Panel

Fulgent Genetics
United States
105
  • D Deletion/duplication analysis
  • C Sequence analysis of the entire coding region

Clinical Exome

Fulgent Genetics
United States
51294672
  • D Deletion/duplication analysis
  • C Sequence analysis of the entire coding region

Erythrocyte membrane disorder panel

Genome Diagnostics Laboratory University Medical Center Utrecht
Netherlands
167
  • D Deletion/duplication analysis
  • C Sequence analysis of the entire coding region

SPTA1 Sequencing

Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center Genetics and Genomics Diagnostic Laboratory Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center
United States
31
  • C Sequence analysis of the entire coding region
  • T Targeted variant analysis

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