MS4A1

OMIMHGNC

Synonym(s): B1, Bp35, MS4A2, CD20

Locus: 11q12.2

Protein: B-lymphocyte antigen CD20

 

Disorders

    Tests

    Test Type
    Molecular (9)
    Multi-Gene Panel (6)
    Multi-Method Panel (2)
    Test Method
    Del/Dup (CNV) (3)
    Sequencing, Capillary (Sanger) (2)
    Sequencing, Next Gen (7)
    Prenatal/Carrier
    Prenatal (3)
    Carrier (4)
    Lab Location
    USA(5)
    Spain(1)
    Portugal(2)
    Germany(1)
     
    Primary Antibody Deficiency Panel, Sequencing (35 Genes) and Deletion/Duplication (26 Genes)
    method(s): ◦ Del/Dup (CNV) ◦ Sequencing, Next Gen 
    ARUP Laboratories, Molecular Genetics Laboratory - Salt Lake City, UT, USA
    Common Variable Immune Deficiency Panel
    method(s): ◦ Sequencing, Next Gen 
    All Children's Hospital, Histocompatibility and Immunogenetics Laboratory - St. Petersburg, FL, USA
    TAT: 4-6 weeks
    price: contact lab
    Antibody Deficiencies Panel
    method(s): ◦ Sequencing, Next Gen 
    CeGaT GmbH - Tübingen, Germany
    Common Variable Immune Deficiency and Related Disorders, Panel Massive Sequencing (NGS) 51 Genes
    method(s): ◦ Sequencing, Next Gen 
    Reference Laboratory Genetics - Hospitalet de Llobregat, Spain
    TAT: 11-12 weeks
    price: contact lab
    MS4A1 Gene Sequencing
    method(s): ◦ Sequencing, Capillary (Sanger) 
    Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, Molecular Genetics Laboratory - Cincinnati, OH, USA
    TAT: 4 weeks
    price: contact lab
    MS4A1 Deletion/duplication analysis
    method(s): ◦ Del/Dup (CNV) 
    Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, Molecular Genetics Laboratory - Cincinnati, OH, USA
    TAT: 4-5 Weeks
    price: contact lab
    MS4A1
    method(s): ◦ Sequencing, Next Gen ◦ Sequencing, Capillary (Sanger) ◦ Del/Dup (CNV) 
    Fulgent Diagnostics - Temple City, CA, USA
    Predominantly antibody deficiencies: recurrent bacterial infections – all subtypes (NGS panel of 28 genes)
    method(s): ◦ Sequencing, Next Gen 
    CGC Genetics - Porto, Portugal
    Predominantly antibody deficiencies: recurrent bacterial infections – significant reduction of IgG, IgA and/or IgM antibodies (NGS panel of 20 genes)
    method(s): ◦ Sequencing, Next Gen 
    CGC Genetics - Porto, Portugal