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Allele Diagnostics
Spokane, Washington, United States
DH
  • D: Deletion/duplication analysis
  • H: Detection of homozygosity
  • H: Detection of homozygosity
    Ambry Genetics
    Aliso Viejo, California, United States
    CD
    • D: Deletion/duplication analysis
    • C: Sequence analysis of the entire coding region
      Cytogenetics Laboratory
      ARUP Laboratories, Inc.
      Salt Lake City, Utah, United States
      M
      • M: FISH-metaphase
        Bioarray
        Elche, Comunidad Valenciana, Spain
        D
        • D: Deletion/duplication analysis
          Center for Human Genetics, Inc
          Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States
          IM
          • I: FISH-interphase
          • M: FISH-metaphase
          P
          • P: Prenatal testing
          CGC Genetics
          Porto, Porto, Portugal
          D
          • D: Deletion/duplication analysis
          F
          • F: Fluorescence in situ hybridization (FISH)
            Courtagen Diagnostics Laboratory
            Courtagen Life Sciences
            Woburn, Massachusetts, United States
            CD
            • D: Deletion/duplication analysis
            • C: Sequence analysis of the entire coding region
              MVZ Dortmund
              Dr. Eberhard and Partner
              Dortmund, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany
              D
              • D: Deletion/duplication analysis
                Fulgent Clinical Diagnostics Lab
                Fulgent Diagnostics
                Temple City, California, United States
                CD
                • D: Deletion/duplication analysis
                • C: Sequence analysis of the entire coding region
                  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
                  Quantitative Genomic Medicine Laboratories, SL
                  Esplugues del Llobregat, Catalonia, Spain
                  D
                  • D: Deletion/duplication analysis
                    Athena Diagnostics Inc
                    Quest Diagnostics
                    Marlborough, Massachusetts, United States
                    E
                    • E: Sequence analysis of select exons
                      Cytogenetics Laboratory
                      SUNY Upstate Medical University
                      Syracuse, New York, United States
                      F
                      • F: Fluorescence in situ hybridization (FISH)
                        Michigan Medical Genetics Laboratories
                        University of Michigan
                        Ann Arbor, Michigan, United States
                        D
                        • D: Deletion/duplication analysis
                          Human Genetics Laboratory, Munroe-Meyer Institute
                          University of Nebraska Medical Center
                          Omaha, Nebraska, United States
                          C
                          • C: Sequence analysis of the entire coding region
                            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

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