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FISH – FGFR1 8p12 Gene Rearrangement Test

980 د.إ

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The FISH (Fluorescence In Situ Hybridization) – FGFR1 8p12 Gene Rearrangement Test is a sophisticated diagnostic procedure designed to identify rearrangements in the FGFR1 gene located at the 8p12 chromosomal region. This gene plays a critical role in cell growth, division, and development. Rearrangements or mutations within the FGFR1 gene are associated with various types of cancer, including breast, lung, and bladder cancers, making this test a valuable tool in the diagnosis and management of these conditions.

Performed at DNA Labs UAE, a leading facility in genetic and molecular diagnostics, the test involves using fluorescent probes to visualize the FGFR1 gene directly within a patient’s chromosomes. This allows for precise detection of any abnormalities or rearrangements. The process is highly accurate and provides vital information that can guide treatment decisions, including targeted therapies that specifically address the genetic abnormalities identified.

The cost of the FISH – FGFR1 8p12 Gene Rearrangement Test at DNA Labs UAE is 980 AED. Given the complexity and the specialized technology required for this test, the price reflects the value it offers in providing critical insights into a patient’s genetic profile, which can significantly impact their treatment pathway. Patients and healthcare providers considering this test can expect a high level of accuracy and reliability from DNA Labs UAE, backed by their expertise in genetic testing and diagnostics.

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FISH – FGFR1 8p12 GENE REARRANGEMENT Test

Test Cost: AED 980.0

Symptoms, Diagnosis, and Test Details

The FISH – FGFR1 (8p12) gene rearrangement test is a diagnostic test used to detect rearrangements in the FGFR1 gene located on chromosome 8p12. FGFR1 rearrangements are associated with certain types of cancer, including multiple myeloma and certain subtypes of leukemia.

This test uses a technique called fluorescence in situ hybridization (FISH) to detect the rearrangement. FISH involves labeling specific DNA probes with fluorescent dyes and then binding them to the target gene region. If a rearrangement has occurred in the FGFR1 gene, the fluorescent signal pattern will be altered, indicating the presence of the rearrangement.

The FISH – FGFR1 (8p12) gene rearrangement test is typically performed on a sample of bone marrow or blood cells. It can help in the diagnosis and prognosis of patients with suspected or known FGFR1 rearrangements, as well as guide treatment decisions.

Test Components and Price

  • Components: FISH – FGFR1 8p12 GENE REARRANGEMENT Test
  • Price: 980.0 AED

Sample Condition and Shipping

Sample Condition: 5 mL (3 mL min.) whole blood OR 4 mL (2 mL min.) Bone Marrow from 2 Green Top (Sodium Heparin) tubes.

Shipping: Ship at 18-22°C. DO NOT FREEZE.

Report Delivery

Sample: Daily by 4 pm

Report: 4 Working days

Method and Test Type

Method: FISH

Test Type: Leukemia

Doctor and Test Department

Doctor: Oncologist, Hematologist

Test Department: CYTOGENETICS

Pre Test Information

Duly filled Chromosome & FISH analysis Requisition Form (Form 17) is mandatory.

Test Name FISH – FGFR1 8p12 GENE REARRANGEMENT Test
Components
Price 980.0 AED
Sample Condition 5 mL (3 mL min.) whole blood OR 4 mL (2 mL min.) Bone Marrow from 2 Green Top (Sodium Heparin) tubes. Ship at 18-22?\u00f8C. DO NOT FREEZE. Duly filled Chromosome & FISH analysis Requisition Form (Form 17) is mandatory.
Report Delivery Sample Daily by 4 pm; Report 4 Working days
Method FISH
Test type Leukemia
Doctor Oncologist, Hematologist
Test Department: CYTOGENETICS
Pre Test Information Duly filled Chromosome & FISH analysis Requisition Form (Form 17) is mandatory.
Test Details

The FISH – FGFR1 (8p12) gene rearrangement test is a diagnostic test used to detect rearrangements in the FGFR1 gene located on chromosome 8p12. FGFR1 rearrangements are associated with certain types of cancer, including multiple myeloma and certain subtypes of leukemia.

This test uses a technique called fluorescence in situ hybridization (FISH) to detect the rearrangement. FISH involves labeling specific DNA probes with fluorescent dyes and then binding them to the target gene region. If a rearrangement has occurred in the FGFR1 gene, the fluorescent signal pattern will be altered, indicating the presence of the rearrangement.

The FISH – FGFR1 (8p12) gene rearrangement test is typically performed on a sample of bone marrow or blood cells. It can help in the diagnosis and prognosis of patients with suspected or known FGFR1 rearrangements, as well as guide treatment decisions.