How to get answers to a non confirmed diagnosis
GSeek Exome identifies any disease based on the exome regions in the DNA. The exome region is the protein-encoding area which is majorly responsible for genotypic and phenotypic information. The information helps identify these referenced protein changes across multiple databases. The precision allows a patient even with new mutations to be diagnosed. Many rare diseases or undiagnosed medical problems would benefit from this test.
Whole Exome Sequencing
Genetic testing and genomic data will give an individual an insight into their physical and functional makeup based on their DNA. Healthcare professionals globally can use this data to plan treatment and followup up care.
Credence GSeek Exome covers 22,000 genes and their exonic areas. The exonic areas are the protein-encoding areas. The protein-encoding areas represent disease changes seen in an individual;
- Get the benefit of the most accurate way to identify protein coding mutations
- Most accurate and comprehensive test
- Understand all available prevention and treatement options
- To be done in consultation with your physician and a genetic counsellor
- Benefit from early diagnosis and reduced medical costs
Did you know?
Medical diagnosis and treatment is now drifting away from trial and error based standard medicine (where all patients with similar category of symptoms are prescribed with a single drug – one size fits all approach) to more efficacious, cost effective, personalized treatments with no side effects.