Germline Variations

Clinical Interpretation of Germline Variations

Germline variation refers to a gene change in a reproductive cell (egg or sperm) that becomes incorporated into the DNA of every cell in the body of the offspring. A variant contained within the germline can be passed from parent to offspring, and is, therefore, hereditary. Together with our partners, we provide computational pipeline services to analyze specific disease gene panels, whole exome and genome sequencing data to help inform healthcare decisions.


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