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Cytogenetics Laboratory
ARUP Laboratories, Inc.
Salt Lake City, Utah, United States
K
  • K: Karyotyping
    Cincinnati Children's Cytogenetics Laboratory
    Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center
    Cincinnati, Ohio, United States
    D
    • D: Deletion/duplication analysis
      Emory Genetics Laboratory
      Emory University
      Decatur, Georgia, United States
      I
      • I: FISH-interphase
        Medizinisch Genetisches Zentrum München
        MGZ München
        München, Bayern, Germany
        K
        • K: Karyotyping
          Natera
          San Carlos, California, United States
          T
          • T: Targeted variant analysis
            Sequenom Center for Molecular Medicine - San Diego
            Sequenom CMM
            San Diego, California, United States
            T
            • T: Targeted variant analysis
              Genomic Research Center
              Shahid Beheshti University of Medical Sciences
              Tehran, Tehran, Iran
              IMK
              • I: FISH-interphase
              • M: FISH-metaphase
              • K: Karyotyping
                Genetics Laboratory
                Shodair Children's Hospital
                Helena, Montana, United States
                MK
                • M: FISH-metaphase
                • K: Karyotyping
                  Cytogenetics and Genomics Laboratory
                  University of Washington
                  Seattle, Washington, United States
                  IMK
                  • I: FISH-interphase
                  • M: FISH-metaphase
                  • K: Karyotyping
                  P
                  • P: Prenatal testing

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