BGI VISTA™ Chromosome Sequencing

BGI VISTA™ Chromosome Sequencing

Introduction

BGI VISTA™ Chromosome Sequencing uses NGS based low coverage whole genome sequencing (WGS) to help detect chromosome abnormalities before or during pregnancy. Testing can be performed on a variety of different sample types.

BGI VISTA™ Chromosome Sequencing is especially suitable for:

  • Individuals or couples who have suffered from repeated miscarriage or who have had a child who suffers from a genetic condition
  • Individuals or couples who have had abnormal ultrasonography results, but with negative CGH, SNP results
  • Anyone suspected of chromosome abnormality populations or patients who want to understand if a chromosome abnormality was a factor in a miscarriage
  • TA TIME:

    12 working days

  • SAMPLE:

    Abortion Tissue, Core Blood (Gestation week >12 weeks), Peripheral Blood, DNA and Amniotic Fluid.

  • TECHNOLOGY:

    Low coverage WGS

What conditions can BGI VISTA™ Chromosome Sequencing detect?

  • Aneuploidy
  • Deletions or duplications

Conditions Screened

BGI VISTA™ Chromosome Sequencing-5M: deletions or duplications >5Mb

BGI VISTA™ Chromosome Sequencing-100K: deletions or duplications >100Kb

Why Choose BGI VISTA™ Chromosome Sequencing?

  • Fully screening for 24 chromosomes with accuracy of 99%
  • Having sensitivity of 土 5Kb
  • Offering automated analysis for more accurate results
  • Providing most comprehensive and newest database for result analysis
  • Reducing a patient’s emotional burden and information from the results can improve the chances of a future successful pregnancy.

 

Note: this test is considered a screening test, not a diagnostic test. Before making any treatment decisions, all patients should discuss their results with their healthcare provider, who can recommend confirmatory, diagnostic testing where appropriate. This testing service has not been cleared or approved by the US FDA and is not available in the USA.

Workflow

Ordering BGI VISTA™ Chromosome Sequencing is easy.

  • STEP 1

    Physician orders test

  • STEP 2

    Sample collection

  • STEP 3

    Sample shipped to BGI and analyzed

  • STEP 4

    Results sent to physician

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