When certain genetic changes occur within cells, the way that they grow and divide can become atypical and develop into cancer. There are several factors involved in genetic changes that may lead to developing cancer.
Genetic testing is a tool that can be used to learn about inherited cancer risks. There are many options for genetic testing. For example, your healthcare professional may recommend a test to look for variants in a single gene. There are also panel tests that can detect variants in several genes.
Healily Molecular Diagnostics & Genetic Testing Services
Healily is bringing world-class Molecular Diagnostics & Genetic Tests to your region with reliable Reference Labs. More than 5000 tests including Prenatal and Postnatal Genetic Diagnostics, Oncogenetics. We offer fast and reliable results with experienced team.
Healily’s reference laboratories leverage on the most up to date technologies including Next-Generation Sequencing (NGS) to provide distinguished services with shortened turnaround time, and cost effective prices.
Meet an end-to-end partner, from sample delivery to test results and even the supply of medication that may be needed for post-diagnosis treatment.
- Chromosome Analysis
- Array CGH
- Flouresans ın situ Hybridization (FISH)
- Single Gene Disorders
- Rare Diseases
- Multisystem Diseases
Prenatal Genetic Diagnosis (PGD)
Non-Invasive Prenatal Test (NIPT)
- Molecular Pathology
- Panels (Herediter Cancers, Breast,Over)
- Liquid Biopsy
- Tumor Mutation Burdon (TMB)
- Microsatellite Instability Analysis (MSI)
- Whole Exome Sequencing (WES)
- Clinical Exome Sequencing (CES)
The Easiest Way of Blood Sample Transport: DBS (Dried Blood Spots)
- Blood samples are stable once they drop to the card and dry. DBS can be mailed directly to the reference laboratories.
- DBS is not affected temperature changings during the shipment process.
- DBS is not time-sensitive.
- DBS is the most cost-effective solution for international blood sample shipping.
- DBS can be used for any type of analysis and testing method, including Whole Exome Sequencing (WES) and Clinical Exome Sequencing (CES).