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Ambry Genetics
Aliso Viejo, California, United States
C
  • C: Sequence analysis of the entire coding region
PC
  • P: Prenatal testing
  • C: Carrier testing
Bioarray
Elche, Comunidad Valenciana, Spain
C
  • C: Sequence analysis of the entire coding region
    CeGaT GmbH
    Tuebingen, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany
    C
    • C: Sequence analysis of the entire coding region
      CGC Genetics
      Porto, Porto, Portugal
      C
      • C: Sequence analysis of the entire coding region
        Molecular Genetics Laboratory
        Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center
        Cincinnati, Ohio, United States
        CDT
        • D: Deletion/duplication analysis
        • C: Sequence analysis of the entire coding region
        • T: Targeted variant analysis
        PC
        • P: Prenatal testing
        • C: Carrier testing
        Courtagen Diagnostics Laboratory
        Courtagen Life Sciences
        Woburn, Massachusetts, United States
        CD
        • D: Deletion/duplication analysis
        • C: Sequence analysis of the entire coding region
          Emory Genetics Laboratory
          Emory University School of Medicine
          Decatur, Georgia, United States
          CD
          • D: Deletion/duplication analysis
          • C: Sequence analysis of the entire coding region
            Fulgent Clinical Diagnostics Lab
            Fulgent Diagnostics
            Temple City, California, United States
            CD
            • D: Deletion/duplication analysis
            • C: Sequence analysis of the entire coding region
              Instituto de Medicina Genomica
              Paterna, Comunidad Valenciana, Spain
              C
              • C: Sequence analysis of the entire coding region
                DNA Diagnostic Laboratory at Johns Hopkins
                Johns Hopkins Hospital
                Baltimore, Maryland, United States
                CD
                • D: Deletion/duplication analysis
                • C: Sequence analysis of the entire coding region
                C
                • C: Carrier testing
                PreventionGenetics
                Marshfield, Wisconsin, United States
                CDT
                • D: Deletion/duplication analysis
                • C: Sequence analysis of the entire coding region
                • T: Targeted variant analysis
                P
                • P: Prenatal testing
                Division of Genomic Diagnostics
                The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
                Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
                C
                • C: Sequence analysis of the entire coding region
                  Pittsburgh Cytogenetics Laboratory
                  University of Pittsburgh Medical Center
                  Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States
                  D
                  • D: Deletion/duplication analysis
                    Centogene AG - the Rare Disease Company
                    University of Rostock
                    Rostock, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany
                    CD
                    • D: Deletion/duplication analysis
                    • C: Sequence analysis of the entire coding region
                    PC
                    • P: Prenatal testing
                    • C: Carrier testing
                    ARUP Laboratories, Molecular Genetics
                    University of Utah ARUP Lab
                    Salt Lake City, Utah, United States
                    C
                    • C: Sequence analysis of the entire coding region
                    P
                    • P: Prenatal testing

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