Whole Genome Sequencing WES

  • Whole Exome Sequencing (WES) analyzes the protein-coding regions of a patient’s DNA, known as exons. This single test allows us to examine thousands of genes simultaneously, enabling the quick and accurate identification of changes associated with medical conditions. As a result, WES facilitates prompt and dependable diagnoses.
  • Symptoms are complex or non-specific with a wide range of phenotypic features.
  • Symptoms or family history suggest a genetic cause for the disease.
  • Cases in which late differential diagnosis has a significant negative impact on the patient’s quality of life.
  • In some cases it often does
    An incremental diagnostic strategy increases costs and time significantly.
  • The doctor cannot make any reasonable diagnosis based on the apparent symptoms.
  • To confirm a particular diagnosis in individuals suspected of having a particular disease or genetic disorder.
  •  when there is no other alternative technique to confirm the diagnosis.
  • Couples who want to have children and have a family history of genetic diseases.
    Couples who are related to each other.
  • Couples who want to ensure the birth of a healthy child free of genetic disorders.