Newborn screening panels aim to identify genetic disorders early in life , allowing for timely intervention and improved health outcomes. The use of genomics in newborn screening can facilitate the detection of a broad range of conditions, enabling more accurate and comprehensive testing. Genet offers services to support the development and implementation of recommended newborn screening panels, helping to advance the field of genetic testing and improve the quality of care for newborns and their families.
Congenital, Hereditary, and Neonatal Diseases and Abnormalities
This page represents genomic investigations available for a diverse array of genetic conditions that affect infants and children from birth or shortly thereafter. By studying the genetics and genomics of these disorders, researchers can identify […]
This section primarily focuses on germline cancers that are inherited. If you are looking for information on somatic cancer investigation, please click here.
Exploring the genetic factors involved in otorhinolaryngologic diseases, which affect the ear, nose, and throat, can lead to a better understanding of these conditions and their underlying mechanisms. Genomic research can aid in early detection, […]