Uniparental Disomy for Chromosomes 6, 7, or 14
RSS Syndrome Analysis
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Methylation Specific Multiplex Ligation-dependent Probe Amplification (MS-MLPA) to determine methylation status and copy number changes within H19 (IC1) and KCNQ10T1 (IC2) at 11p15, within GRB10 at 7p12.1, and within MEST at 7q32.2.
This test is used to determine the methylation status and to detect copy number changes within IC1 and IC2 on chromosome 11p15, 7p12.1 within the GRB10 gene, and 7q32.2 within the MEST gene. Alteration in DNA methylation status within IC1, and maternal uniparental disomy 7 (matUPD7) are associated with Russell-Silver syndrome (RSS). Approximately 35-50% of patients with RSS have a loss of methylation on the paternal chromosome (hypomethylation) at IC1 and ~7-10% have maternal uniparental disomy 7 (matUPD7).
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* Reference ranges may change over time. Please refer to the original patient report when evaluating results.
Collect specimen in a lavender top tube. Send intact specimen within 24 hours if stored at room temperature or within 5 days if stored refrigerated. Include the patient's family history, pedigree, and ethnicity on the test requisition. Obtaining informed consent from the patient prior to genetic testing is strongly recommended. If desired, a UMHS Request and Consent for Genetic Testing form can be obtained from the MMGL Molecular Genetics Laboratory by contacting the MLabs Client Services Center at 800-862-7284 or online at https://mlabs.umich.edu/sites/default/files/2020-01/file/pci-mmgl_infor….