MCM4

OMIMHGNC

Synonym(s): CDC54, hCdc21, P1-Cdc21, MGC33310, CDC21

Locus: 8q11.21

Protein: DNA replication licensing factor MCM4

 

Disorders

Tests

Test Type
Molecular (10)
Multi-Gene Panel (6)
Multi-Method Panel (2)
Test Method
Del/Dup (CNV) (2)
Sequencing, Capillary (Sanger) (2)
Sequencing, Next Gen (9)
Prenatal/Carrier
Prenatal (2)
Carrier (2)
Lab Location
Portugal(3)
USA(2)
Germany(5)
 
TAT: 7-10 days
price: contact lab
NewbornDx
method(s): ◦ Sequencing, Next Gen 
Parabase Genomics - Boston, MA, USA
Natural killer cell and glucocorticoid deficiency with DNA repair defect (sequence analysis of MCM4 gene)
method(s): ◦ Sequencing, Next Gen 
CGC Genetics - Porto, Portugal
TAT: 4-6 weeks
price: contact lab
Defects in Innate Immunity Panel
method(s): ◦ Sequencing, Next Gen 
CeGaT GmbH - Tübingen, Germany
TAT: 4-6 weeks
price: contact lab
Combined Immunodeficiencies Panel
method(s): ◦ Sequencing, Next Gen 
CeGaT GmbH - Tübingen, Germany
TAT: 4-6 weeks
price: contact lab
Syndromes with Immunodeficiency Panel
method(s): ◦ Sequencing, Next Gen 
CeGaT GmbH - Tübingen, Germany
TAT: 4-5 Weeks
price: contact lab
MCM4
method(s): ◦ Sequencing, Next Gen ◦ Sequencing, Capillary (Sanger) ◦ Del/Dup (CNV) 
Fulgent Diagnostics - Temple City, CA, USA
CID with associated or syndromic features – All subtypes (NGS panel of 45 genes and deletion of 22q11.2 by MLPA)
method(s): ◦ Sequencing, Next Gen 
CGC Genetics - Porto, Portugal
CID with associated or syndromic features – DNA repair defects (NGS panel of 8 genes)
method(s): ◦ Sequencing, Next Gen 
CGC Genetics - Porto, Portugal
TAT: ~2 weeks
price: contact lab
Immunodeficiency with natural killer cell deficiency
method(s): ◦ Sequencing, Capillary (Sanger) ◦ Del/Dup (CNV) 
Centogene AG, Rare Disease Company - Rostock, Germany
TAT: 2-3 weeks
price: contact lab
CentoICU Platinum
method(s): ◦ Sequencing, Next Gen 
Centogene AG, Rare Disease Company - Rostock, Germany