The Diagnostic Panel for Liver Diseases has been extensively revised and expanded to include a higher-level gene set for cholestasis (LIV-10).
The exact pathomechanism of liver disease is often difficult to determine. Therefore, a new overarching gene set has been created to increase the diagnostic panel’s clinical usability. The new gene set for cholestasis (LIV-10) includes 42 genes and facilitates clarification of the genetic cause of liver disease. The gene sets for the diagnosis of progressive familial intrahepatic cholestasis (LIV-01) and for the clarification of lysosomal storage diseases with liver involvement (LIV-06) can still be requested separately.
The diagnostic panel for liver diseases includes the following gene sets:
- Progressive familial intrahepatic cholestasis (10 genes, LIV-01)
- Lysosomal storage diseases with liver involvement (5 genes, LIV-06)
- Cholestasis (42 genes, LIV-10)
Additional gene sets clinically associated with liver involvement can be requested through the Diagnostic Panel for Metabolic Diseases, incl. Mitochondriopathies.
Analysis based on in-house exome enrichment
For all diagnostic panels, we sequence the whole exome. Exome sequencing is based on CeGaT ExomeXtra®, which we developed to generate the best sequencing data for genetic diagnostics. Since CeGaT ExomeXtra® covers all known pathogenic intronic and intergenic variants in addition to all protein-coding regions, it provides an excellent basis for genetic diagnostics.
Further information on our Diagnostic Panel for Liver Diseases can be found here.
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