In the US, a test can only be considered clinical if it is offered by a CLIA-certified lab or a AABB-certified lab. Outside the US, clinical laboratories are listed as clinical at their request.
Cytogenetic tests evaluate whole chromosomes from the nucleus of the cell for changes in number or structure. Cytogenetic testing is often the first tier of genetic testing for a number of clinical situations.
Biochemical genetic testing involves the study of enzymes which are abnormal.
Recent technology advances allow laboratories to test with multiple methods at the same time at relatively low cost. GeneTests Multi-Method Panels are those tests that include more than one method.
Recent technology advances allow laboratories to test for multiple genes and disorders at the same time at relatively low cost. GeneTests Multi-Gene Panels are tests that interrogate more than one gene via a single method.
An alphabetical list of all tests in GeneTests, including clinical molecular tests, cytogenetic tests, biochemical tests, multi-method panels and multi-gene panels.