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Unit of Genetics and Molecular Diagnosis

Univ. of Coruña. Campus Elviña. Edif. C. Educac. (
A Coruña, E-15071, Spain

Phone: 34-981-167000 (1709)
Fax: 34-981-167153

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Description:

We carried out a series of tests of diagnostic application which have been developed in our lab.These tests would be of great utility in hands of oncologists, pediatricians, neurologists, clinical, and geneticists.
We are an Unit of Genetics and Molecular Diagnosis of the University of The Coruña and we acted under the help of the Galician Institute of Molecular Medicine. Our main objective is in elevating the quality of the medical attention offered to the population and promote the use, handling and domain of new diagnostic procedures that will dominate the medicine of the next millennium, the Molecular Medicine.
If you are looking for a genetic laboratory which be able to help you in order to obtain an highly ACCURATE, FAST, and non-expensive molecular genetic diagnosis we invite you to contact us, we could help you.

CODE////////METHOD///////////////////////US DOLLAR PRIZES

MM.1////////ONCOGENETICS
MM.1.1////////"Translocation t(9;22)"///////////254
MM.1.10////////APC/////////////////////////////1330
MM.1.11////////VHL//////////////////////////////300
MM.1.12////////N-myc////////////////////////////150
MM.1.13////////C-myc////////////////////////////150
MM.1.14////////HER-2(erbB2)/////////////////////150
MM.1.15////////K-ras////////////////////////////307
MM.1.16////////p53//////////////////////////////240
MM.1.17////////Microsatellite instab.///////////240
MM.1.2////"PML-RAR(alfa). Translocation t(15;17)" 254
MM.1.3////"TEL-AML1. Translocation t(12;21)"/////254
MM.1.4////////"Translocation t(14;18)"///////////150
MM.1.5////////"Translocation t(11;14)"///////////150
MM.1.6////////"Translocation t(8;21)"////////////255
MM.1.7////////Rearrangement IgH /////////////////150
MM.1.8////////Rearrangement TCR//////////////////150
MM.1.9////////BRCA1 and BRCA2///////////////////1700

MM.2////////GENETIC DISORDERS-NEUROGENETICS
MM.2.1////Duchenne-Becker Muscular Dystrophy/////255
MM.2.10////////21-hydroxilase////////////////////370
MM.2.11////////GH Receptor///////////////////////540
MM.2.12////////Gs-alfa (GNSA1)///////////////////540
MM.2.13a////////Achondroplasia///////////////////200
MM.2.13b////////Hypochondroplasia////////////////200
MM.2.14////////Muir-Torre///////////////////////1400
MM.2.15////////MEN///////////////////////////////150
MM.2.16////////Hemocromatosis////////////////////200
MM.2.17////////Cystic Fibrosis///////////////////200
MM.2.18////////Hemoglobinopathies////////////////240
MM.2.19////////Di George Syndrome////////////////270
MM.2.2////////Retinosis Pigmentaria//////////////500
MM.2.20////////Noonan Syndrome///////////////////270
MM.2.21////////Fragile X Syndrome////////////////150
MM.2.22////////Huntington´s Disease//////////////250
MM.2.23////////Enfermedad de Kennedy/////////////150
MM.2.24////////SCA1//////////////////////////////150
MM.2.25////////Dentatorub.-Pallidolyusian Atr.///150
MM.2.26////////Machado-Joseph Dis. (MJD, SCA3)///150
MM.2.27////////Myotonic Dystrophy (DM)///////////150
MM.2.28////////Friedreich Ataxia (FRDA)//////////150
MM.2.29////////Spinocerebellar ataxia 2 (SCA2)///150
MM.2.3///Linkage to ARPKD. Polycystic kidney/////340
MM.2.30////////Glaucoma//////////////////////////150
MM.2.4////////Linkage to LDLR////////////////////270
MM.2.5////////Linkage to NPC1////////////////////340
MM.2.6////////Mitochondrial DNA//////////////////340
MM.2.7////////TNF////////////////////////////////200
MM.2.8////////CYP11B1-CYP11B2////////////////////340
MM.2.9////////11-ß-hidroxilase//////////////////1400

MM.3///////////OTHERS
MM.3.1////////Monozygocism///////////////////////450
MM.3.2////////Chimerism (Transplante de médula)//450
MM.3.3////////Chromosoma Y (Molecular Analysis)//450
MM.3.a////////Charcot Marie Tooth 1A/////////////450
MM.3.b////////Tay-Sachs//////////////////////////500
MM.3.c////////Prader-Willi Syndrome//////////////300
MM.3.d.///////Angelmann Syndrome/////////////////300


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