Sex chromosome disorders karyotyping
Swyer syndrome Turner syndrome Klinefelter syndrome
PURPOSE OF PROGRAMME:
Analysis and interpretation of aneuploidy and structural chromosome rearrangements in postnatal blood samples: online G-banded analysis with supplementary tests as applicable.
MATERIAL PROVIDED: Images: FISH (Fluorescent In-situ Hybridisation), Images: G-banded chromosomes
DISTRIBUTIONS PER YEAR: 1
SAMPLES PER DISTRIBUTION: 2
FREQUENCY OF DISTRIBUTION: 1
PROGRAMME OF ANALYSIS:
Online G-band chromosome analysis. FISH analysis of interphase nuclei.
Details of the performance criteria for this programme can be obtained from UK NEQAS Genomics (GenQA) directly.
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