CGT
Carrier Genetic Test

Determines the risk of having a child with a
genetic disease.

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Overview

CGT is an advanced carrier genetic test before pregnancy, which determines whether a couple is a carrier of genetic mutations that could be transmitted to their children.

It analyses more than 6,600 mutations associated with over 600 genetic disorders such as Beta Thalassemia, Spinal Muscular Atrophy, Sickle Cell, Hemophilia A, DMD, Fragile X among others by NGS.

Overview

Benefits

  • Study on more than 6,600 mutations associated with over 600 genetic disorders.
  • Genetic counseling for patients and specialists.
  • Genetic screening test based on Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) and clinically validated.
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Indications

    • For any Couples under a consanguineous marriage before planning to conceive naturally or through an assisted reproduction treatment.
    • For Couples with an affected child or family history of disorder.
    • For Couples who wants to form a family to know the risk of transmitting hereditary disorders to their children.
    • Before a treatment with donor sperm or eggs.

Most carriers of genetic mutations don’t have a family history of these disorders.

Indications

(*) According to the World Health Organization (WHO)
http://www.who.int/genomics/public/geneticdiseases/en/index2.html

Methodology

Methodology

Results in 6 weeks

Downloads & publications

Brochure

Brochure

Step by Step Provider

Step by Step Provider

CGT Report Example

CGT Report Example

Results

POSITIVE +

NEGATIVE -

The tested person carries a mutation in a particular gene. The test should be carried out in the other member of the couple.

A negative result indicates that the person doesn’t carry any of the mutations studied.
There is still a small risk of carrying another mutation not analyzed by the test.

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