This gene mutation test can detect the nine most common mutations causing hearing loss.
The Fifteen Deafness Gene Mutations Detection is a totally genetic test for the fifteen most common mutations in the Deafness gene.
Twenty-three Deafness Gene Mutations Detection Kit is based on PCR technology which can detect the mutations of 23 major genes subunits on human chromosomes.
Thalassemia affects around 4.83 percent of the world’s population. Marriage testing, pregnancy examination,and obstetric examination are the best ways to prevent the birth of children with severe Thalassemia.
Relying on the microarray platform, using multiple allele-specific PCR and general chip technology, it can detect the mutation sites and deletion fragments of the thalassemia gene. A total of 25 mutations of α- thalassemia and β- thalassemia genes can be detected simultaneously. The results of the test can be used for clinical diagnosis, epidemiological research, premarital exams, and testing of newborns.
The health of all women of reproductive age, from conception onwards, as well as their infants, should be prioritized through the implementation of preventative interventions that begin well before pregnancy. The following are examples of such preventative steps:
Before conception, screen for potential health issues, including chronic diseases like diabetes, hypertension, and STDs in females
During pregnancy, infections of the reproductive system, such as bacterial vaginosis, group B streptococcus, and human immunodeficiency virus, should be detected and treated as needed. When possible, flu vaccines should be given to women.
During the postpartum period, each newborn is subjected to genetic screening at the appropriate period to allow for early diagnosis and treatment.