IriSight™️ Prenatal Analysis
Test Code – RPG001
IriSightTM Prenatal Analysis is a diagnostic test designed to identify genetic variants that correlate with clinical symptoms manifested in a fetus or a pregnancy, or that lead to severe, early-onset genetic disorders.
IriSightTM Prenatal Analysis takes full advantage of the whole genome platform, providing a full, phenotypically-driven analysis of all relevant genes and variant types.
When to Order
Order this test when amniocentesis has been determined to be medically necessary due to ultrasound abnormalities.
- Genome-wide sequence analysis including single nucleotide variants, deletions/insertions, and characterized intronic variants.
- Genome-wide structural variant analysis including: copy number variants, duplications/deletions, regions of homozygosity, uniparental disomy, mobile element insertions, inversions, and aneuploidy.
- Mitochondrial genome sequence with heteroplasmy and large deletion analysis
- Short tandem repeat (STR) analysis of four genes: AR, DMPK, FMR1, and FXN.
- Maternal cell contamination (MCC) is determined for quality control purposes.
- Parental inheritance will be identified for reported variants if available.
- Variants of Uncertain Significance (VUS) if correlated with the clinical symptoms of the fetus, the pregnancy, and/or the family history.
- ACMG secondary findings.
- Rapid fluorescent in situ hybridization (FISH) analysis of chromosomes: 13, 18, 21, X, and Y.
- Fetal back-up cultured cells
Short tandem repeats:
Due to the variable nature of repetitive sequences and sequence-specific differences in detection and repeat evaluation, orthogonal confirmation is performed on a case-by-case basis. Reportable pathogenic or intermediate repeat expansions may be reported with or without repeat count.
0335U, 0336U (xN)
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2 confluent T-25 flasks
Chorionic villus sampling
All specimens should be kept at room temperature. Please refer to the specimen collection kits for detailed instructions.
A report will be issued within 15 days from receipt of required samples. If elected, a preliminary report based on FISH will be issued within 3-5 days for aneuploidies of 13, 18, 21, X and Y.