CeGaT upgrades its Epilepsy Panel

Based on the latest research further genes have been added to the existing Epilepsy panel. Furthermore we have introduced 6 new subpanels.
We are now offering 20 Epilepsy subpanels with in total 327 genes:

  • Epilepsy Subpanel 1: Generalized / Myoclonic Epilepsy, Febrile Seizures, Absences (now 38 genes)
  • Epilepsy Subpanel 2: Epileptic Encephalopathies (now 30 genes)
  • Epilepsy Subpanel 3: Epilepsy and X-linked Mental Retardation (now 25 genes)
  • Epilepsy Subpanel 4: CDG (Congenital Disorder of Glycosylation) Syndrome (now 23 genes)
  • Epilepsy Subpanel 5: Ceroidlipofuscinosis (now 8 genes)
  • Epilepsy Subpanel 6: Coenzyme Q Deficiency Syndrome (now 5 genes)
  • Epilepsy Subpanel 7: Joubert Syndrome (now 10 genes)
  • Epilepsy Subpanel 8: Selected Mitochondrial Disorders (now 35 nuclear encoded genes)
  • Epilepsy Subpanel 9: Lissencephaly and Polymicrogyria (now 18 genes)
  • Epilepsy Subpanel 10: Microcephaly and Pontocerebellar Hypoplasia (now 22 genes)
  • Epilepsy Subpanel 11: MPS and Mucolipidosis (now 15 genes)
  • new: Epilepsy Subpanel 12: Disorders of the Ras-MAPK Pathway (14 genes)
  • Epilepsy Subpanel 13: Walker-Warburg Syndrome (now 6 genes)
  • Epilepsy Subpanel 14: Zellweger Syndrome (now 9 genes)
  • Epilepsy Subpanel 15: Metabolic Disorders (now 50 genes)
  • new: Epilepsy Subpanel 16: Leukodystrophies (20 genes)
  • new: Epilepsy Subpanel 17: Migraine (6 genes)
  • new: Epilepsy Subpanel 18: Hyperekplexia (5 genes)
  • new: Epilepsy Subpanel 19: Holoprosencephaly (8 genes)
  • new: Epilepsy Subpanel 20: Neuronal Migration Disorders (31 genes)

For further information please visit our Epilepsy Panel section.