Karyotyping Test

Karyotyping is the process of pairing and setting in order, all the chromosomes of an individual, thus providing a wide snapshot of the individual’s chromosomes. Humans have 23 pairs of chromosomes in every cell of their body. Any structural or numerical change in the chromosomes can lead to chromosomal conditions. Examples include Down syndrome, Klinefelter syndrome etc. Karyotyping technique can be used to detect these chromosomal conditions.

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CLIA No. 34D2205781