Genetic Disease Diagnosis
Thrombophilia: Venous Thrombosis causes an estimated 50,000 deaths per year in the US and has an incidence of 1 per 1000 annually. There are many reported risk factors including a genetic element that can contribute to thrombosis. Cardiovascular disease is a leading cause of death for both men and women in most racial ethnic groups.
Alpha-1-Antitrypsin (AAT) deficiency: AAT deficiency is an autosomal recessive disorder that is virtually confined to Caucasians of European descent and is the most common genetic cause of liver disease in children and emphysema in adults.
|Product Number||Kit Name||Notes|
|FMF07B2||Elucigene FMF, 50 T, IVD-CE||Familial Mediterranean Fever Disease Screen, ARMS Based, 50 Tests||More Information|
|THF04B2||Elucigene TRP-Fplus, 50 T, IVD-CE||Thrombophilia Genetic Disease Screen with 677 C>T and 1298 A>C MTHFR mutations||More Information|
|SS007B2||Elucigene Ashplex 2, 50 T, IVD-CE||Ashkenazi Genetic Disease Screen, ARMS based, 50 Tests||More Information|
|AS008B2||Elucigene Ashplex 1, 50 T, IVD-CE||Ashkenazi Genetic Disease Screen, ARMS based, 50 Tests||More Information|
|AA002B2||Elucigene AAT, 50 T, IVD-CE||AAT deficiency Genetic Disease Screen, Gel Analysis Technique, 50 Tests||More Information|
|TH003B2||Elucigene TRP, 50 T, IVD-CE||Thrombophilia Genetic Disease Screen, Gel Analysis Technique, 50 Tests||More Information|
|THF03B2||Elucigene TRP-F, 50 T, IVD-CE||Thrombophilia Genetic Disease Screen, QF-PCR Analysis Technique, 50 Tests||More Information|