Genetic testing allows the genetic diagnosis of vulnerabilities to inherited diseases, and can also be used to determine a person's paternity or ancestry.
Prepares and administers examinations and accredits training programs. Offers a range of information on examinations, guidelines, and training programs.
Establish minimum standards of practice and encourage professional growth. Includes certification, training, jobs, and conferences. Many documents use the PDF file format.
A medical technology company that gives people access to information about their bodies, including DNA analysis for family preparation or inherited cancers.
Provides the facilities for paternity, and all other types of DNA testing, at its centers across America.
Offers DNA testing services to establish paternity, relationship and ancestry. English and Spanish.
Offers a range of tests including Fluorescent In Situ Hybridization (FISH) for microdeletion syndromes. Karyotypes and ideograms of normal and abnormal chromosomes are included as examples.
Dubai based company offering genetic testing services. Includes information on the range of tests, how they are done, and information for physicians.
European project to harmonize genetic testing across Europe. Provides information for medical professionals, laboratories, students, industry, patients and families.
Resources and genetic consultation for people with pregnancy questions related to inherited diseases, assisted conception, and pregnancy ultrasound.
International network of academic and commercial laboratories from Europe and the US providing a range of services including paternity, maternity, twins, and relationship diagnostics.
International network of laboratories offering molecular tests for a range of disorders.
Genetic testing and diagnosis company serving individuals and families suffering from severe hereditary disorders.
Brief overview of gene testing: what it is, how it works, what are some of the pros and cons, what tests are available. Includes a guide to further resources.
NIH funded, expert-authored descriptions of inherited disorders. Covers genetic testing in diagnosis and management and genetic counseling of patients.
Offers physicians, hospitals, and laboratories, molecular techniques for the gene level diagnosis and management of diseases. Also provide DNA testing for the determination of parentage/paternity.
Offers a genetic analysis of over three hundred gene polymorphisms which affect the predisposition to, and development of, diseases.
Provides DNA profiling services, specialising in establishing paternity and ancestry, to the general public in the UK and worldwide.
Genetic testing laboratory specializing in DNA analysis for common genetic disorders. Includes listing of tests available.
Provides a large collection of resources on birth defects and on genetic/metabolic screening of infants as a component of public health.
Promote the profession as a recognized part of health care delivery, education, research and public policy. Includes a searchable database of counselors.
Offers evaluation, testing and counseling for genetic diseases with information on faculty, clinical services, molecular genetics laboratory, and research interests
Non-profit DNA paternity and relationship testing for information or for legal, immigration, and forensic cases. Drug and alcohol testing service. Cell line authentication and sample mix up service.
Offers personal DNA testing to help people to understand their disease risks, ancestry, drug responses and personal traits. Includes information on counseling and a list of conditions for which tests are available.
Describes prenatal screening for autism and posits that it is essentially screening for the parents' own personality type.
Novel molecular diagnostic and companion diagnostic tests for autoimmune diseases and oncological indications from Dortmund Germany.
Encyclopedia article on tests which allow the genetic diagnosis of vulnerabilities to inherited diseases, and can also be used to determine a person's paternity or ancestry.
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