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Showing 9 labs which test Iridogoniodysgenesis, dominant type

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Clinical Molecular Genetics Laboratory
All Children's Hospital
St. Petersburg, Florida, United States
C
  • C: Sequence analysis of the entire coding region
PC
  • P: Prenatal testing
  • C: Carrier testing
Baylor Medical Genetics Laboratories
Baylor College of Medicine
Houston, Texas, United States
D
  • D: Deletion/duplication analysis
    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
        Illumina Clinical Services Laboratory
        Illumina
        San Diego, California, United States
        C
        • C: Sequence analysis of the entire coding region
          MedGene
          Bratislava, Bratislava, Slovakia
          C
          • C: Sequence analysis of the entire coding region
            Human Developmental Genetics Laboratory
            Medical College of Wisconsin
            Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States
            C
            • C: Sequence analysis of the entire coding region
              Praxis fuer Humangenetik Wien
              Vienna, Wien, Austria
              C
              • C: Sequence analysis of the entire coding region
                PreventionGenetics
                Marshfield, Wisconsin, United States
                CT
                • C: Sequence analysis of the entire coding region
                • T: Targeted variant analysis
                P
                • P: Prenatal testing

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