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MTMR14 Gene Centronuclear Myopathy Type 1 Genetic Test

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The MTMR14 Gene Centronuclear Myopathy Type 1 Genetic Test is a specialized diagnostic tool designed to detect mutations in the MTMR14 gene, which are linked to the development of Centronuclear Myopathy Type 1 (CNM1). CNM1 is a rare genetic disorder characterized by muscle weakness, decreased muscle tone, and potential respiratory complications, with symptoms often appearing from birth or early childhood. The test is aimed at individuals who exhibit symptoms of CNM1 or have a family history of the condition, providing crucial information for accurate diagnosis and management.

Performed at DNA Labs UAE, a leading facility in genetic testing, the test involves collecting a DNA sample, usually through a blood draw or cheek swab, which is then analyzed to identify any genetic alterations in the MTMR14 gene. The results from this test can help guide treatment decisions, inform family planning, and provide a prognosis for affected individuals.

The cost of the MTMR14 Gene Centronuclear Myopathy Type 1 Genetic Test at DNA Labs UAE is 4400 AED. This cost reflects the specialized nature of the test, the expertise required to accurately interpret the results, and the comprehensive support provided to patients and families throughout the testing process.

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MTMR14 Gene Centronuclear Myopathy Type 1 Genetic Test

Are you or your family members experiencing symptoms of centronuclear myopathy type 1? DNA Labs UAE offers the MTMR14 Gene Centronuclear Myopathy Type 1 Genetic Test to help diagnose and provide valuable information about this rare genetic disorder.

Test Details

The MTMR14 Gene Centronuclear Myopathy Type 1 NGS genetic test is a type of genetic testing that detects mutations or changes in the MTMR14 gene associated with centronuclear myopathy type 1. This test utilizes next-generation sequencing (NGS) technology, allowing for the simultaneous analysis of multiple genes in a single test.

Centronuclear Myopathy Type 1

Centronuclear myopathy type 1 is a rare genetic disorder that affects the muscles, leading to muscle weakness and wasting. It is caused by mutations in the MTMR14 gene, which produces a protein called myotubularin-related protein 14. This protein plays a crucial role in the normal function of muscle cells.

Test Process

The MTMR14 Gene Centronuclear Myopathy Type 1 NGS genetic test requires a blood or extracted DNA sample. Alternatively, one drop of blood on an FTA card can also be used. Once the sample is collected, it is sent to our laboratory for analysis. The results are typically delivered within 3 to 4 weeks.

Why Should You Get Tested?

If you or your family members are experiencing symptoms of centronuclear myopathy type 1 or have a family history of the condition, this genetic test can help confirm a diagnosis and provide valuable information about the genetic cause of the disorder. This information can guide treatment and management strategies and enable genetic counseling for affected individuals and their families.

Pre-Test Information

Prior to undergoing the MTMR14 Gene Centronuclear Myopathy Type 1 NGS genetic test, it is important to provide the clinical history of the patient. Additionally, a genetic counseling session may be conducted to draw a pedigree chart of family members affected by centronuclear myopathy type 1.

Test Cost and Doctor

The cost of the MTMR14 Gene Centronuclear Myopathy Type 1 Genetic Test is AED 4400.0. This test is typically ordered by a neurologist, specializing in neurological disorders. Our test department focuses on genetics, ensuring accurate and reliable results.

Make an Appointment

If you suspect centronuclear myopathy type 1 or require further information about the MTMR14 Gene Centronuclear Myopathy Type 1 Genetic Test, please schedule an appointment with our experienced healthcare providers. They will guide you through the process and help you understand the results.

Test Name MTMR14 Gene Centronuclear myopathy type 1 Genetic Test
Components
Price 4400.0 AED
Sample Condition Blood or Extracted DNA or One drop Blood on FTA Card o
Report Delivery 3 to 4 Weeks
Method NGS Technology
Test type Neurological Disorders
Doctor Neurologist
Test Department: Genetics
Pre Test Information Clinical History of Patient who is going for MTMR14 Gene Centronuclear myopathy type 1 NGS Genetic DNA Test A Genetic Counselling session to draw a pedigree chart of family members affected with MTMR14 Gene Centronuclear myopathy type 1
Test Details

MTMR14 gene centronuclear myopathy type 1 NGS genetic test is a type of genetic testing that is used to detect mutations or changes in the MTMR14 gene that are associated with centronuclear myopathy type 1. This test is done using next-generation sequencing (NGS) technology, which allows for the simultaneous analysis of multiple genes in a single test.

Centronuclear myopathy type 1 is a rare genetic disorder that affects the muscles and causes muscle weakness and wasting. It is caused by mutations in the MTMR14 gene, which provides instructions for making a protein called myotubularin-related protein 14. This protein is important for the normal function of muscle cells.

The MTMR14 gene centronuclear myopathy type 1 NGS genetic test is typically ordered for individuals who have symptoms of centronuclear myopathy type 1 or who have a family history of the condition. The test can help confirm a diagnosis and provide information about the genetic cause of the condition. This information can be used to guide treatment and management strategies and to provide genetic counseling to affected individuals and their families.

The MTMR14 gene centronuclear myopathy type 1 NGS genetic test is performed on a blood sample or a saliva sample. The sample is sent to a laboratory for analysis, and the results are typically available within a few weeks. The test is usually ordered by a healthcare provider, such as a genetic counselor or a physician who specializes in neuromuscular disorders.