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Results: 1 to 20 of 63

Tests names and labsConditionsGenes, analytes, and microbesMethods

qChip 1M

Quantitative Genomic Medicine Laboratories, SL
Spain
184162
  • D Deletion/duplication analysis

qChip 60k post-natal

Quantitative Genomic Medicine Laboratories, SL
Spain
184162
  • D Deletion/duplication analysis

qChip 400

Quantitative Genomic Medicine Laboratories, SL
Spain
184162
  • D Deletion/duplication analysis

qChip 60k prenatal

Quantitative Genomic Medicine Laboratories, SL
Spain
184162
  • D Deletion/duplication analysis

Invitae Expanded Renal Disease Panel

Invitae
United States
693388
  • D Deletion/duplication analysis
  • C Sequence analysis of the entire coding region

MVL Vision Panel

Molecular Vision Laboratory
United States
13581028
  • C Sequence analysis of the entire coding region

EYA1 - 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 Congenital Anomalies of Kidney and Urinary Tract (CAKUT) Panel

Invitae
United States
6741
  • D Deletion/duplication analysis

Invitae Comprehensive Deafness Panel

Invitae
United States
405219
  • D Deletion/duplication analysis

Congenital Anomalies of the Gastrointestinal Tract Panel

PreventionGenetics, part of Exact Sciences
United States
297180
  • D Deletion/duplication analysis
  • C Sequence analysis of the entire coding region
  • T Targeted variant analysis

Branchiootorenal syndrome 1, with or without cataracts, 113650, Autosomal dominant; BOR1 (BOR syndrome) (EYA1 gene) (Sequence Analysis-All Coding Exons) (Prenatal)

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

Branchiootorenal syndrome 1, with or without cataracts, 113650, Autosomal dominant; BOR1 (BOR syndrome) (MLPA)

Intergen Intergen Genetics and Rare Diseases Diagnosis Center
Turkey
11
  • D Deletion/duplication analysis

Branchiootorenal syndrome 1, with or without cataracts, 113650, Autosomal dominant; BOR1 (BOR syndrome) (EYA1 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

Branchiootorenal syndrome 1, with or without cataracts, 113650, Autosomal dominant; BOR1 (BOR syndrome) (Prenatal) (MLPA)

Intergen Intergen Genetics and Rare Diseases Diagnosis Center
Turkey
11
  • D Deletion/duplication analysis

qChip 180

Quantitative Genomic Medicine Laboratories, SL
Spain
184162
  • D Deletion/duplication analysis

Invitae Progressive Renal Disease Panel

Invitae
United States
310195
  • D Deletion/duplication analysis

RenalZoom

Johns Hopkins Genomics DNA Diagnostic Laboratory Johns Hopkins Hospital
United States
527338
  • C Sequence analysis of the entire coding region

Cleft Lip/Cleft Palate Panel

PreventionGenetics, part of Exact Sciences
United States
177163
  • D Deletion/duplication analysis
  • C Sequence analysis of the entire coding region
  • T Targeted variant analysis

Hereditary Hearing Loss and Deafness Panel

PreventionGenetics, part of Exact Sciences
United States
360222
  • D Deletion/duplication analysis
  • C Sequence analysis of the entire coding region
  • T Targeted variant analysis

Anterior Segment Dysgenesis Disorders Panel

PreventionGenetics, part of Exact Sciences
United States
272278
  • D Deletion/duplication analysis
  • C Sequence analysis of the entire coding region
  • T Targeted variant analysis

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