Genetic Disorders

Brief Introduction

Genetic disorders are diseases caused by abnormalities in an individual's genome, including single-nucleotide variants (SNVs), small inversion and deletion (indel) and gross chromosomal abnormalities. Genetic disorders can be divided into single-gene disorders, multifactorial disorders and chromosome disorders. Researches show that, there are thousands of mutations have been detected and added to databases, since the human genome project was completed in 2003. Extensive resequencing is required to explore the sequences of many disease-associated genes at the sequence and structural level.

CD Genomics' provides different kinds of Ready-To-Use NGS panels for genetic disorders related researches. CD Genomics’ Ready-To-Use NGS panels utilizes targeted NGS sequencing technology to provide more efficient and accurate targeting of specific genes or mutations in inherited diseases-associated genes. Targeted NGS sequencing facilitates sequencing of a large number of genes and samples in a single and cost-effective assay.

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