A genetic study designed to children without a conclusive diagnosis
Through DNA.files INTELLECT is possible to identify genetic mutations in around 1250 genes associated with pathologies related to Intellectual Disability.
"The World Health Organization (WHO) defines Intellectual Disability as a significantly reduced ability to understand new or complex information and to learn and apply new skills. The Intellectual Disability is characterized, essentially, by alterations during the period of development and of the faculties that determine the global level of intelligence, that is, of the cognitive functions, language, motor abilities and social capacity."
World Health Organization, 2010
Benefits of DNA.files INTELLECT
Intellectual Disability molecular study
DNA analysis allows to detect the genetic cause associated to Intellectual Disability and to establish a conclusive diagnosis.
Patient's DNA is obtained from a saliva sample, in a fast and painless way.
Adopting effective clinical interventions to attenuate symptoms severity.
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