Trustworthy Results for Your Peace of Mind
At Fastest Labs of South Atlanta, we understand the significance of accurate test
results. Whether it's paternity, maternity, alcohol screening, or employee
drug testing, the consequences of the results can be life-changing.
Even if you're simply curious about your genetic history, you deserve reliable
and precise answers. We ensure that by adhering to standard industry practices
and taking the utmost care throughout the testing and analysis process.
Our commitment to complete test accuracy includes:
- Clean and sanitary labs
- Fast, thorough analysis
- Proper sample collection procedures
- Cutting-edge techniques
- Measures to avoid contamination or tampering
- State-of-the-art technology
Trust Fastest Labs for dependable and accurate test results that can make
a difference in your life.
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what types of dna testing does our medical lab offer?
DNA testing is an important tool used by our medical labs to identify and
diagnose genetic disorders. With advances in technology, DNA testing has
become increasingly accurate and reliable for diagnosing a wide range
of diseases. In this blog post, we will discuss the different types of
DNA tests that a medical lab can offer.
The most common type of DNA test offered by medical labs is known as PCR
(polymerase chain reaction) analysis or sequencing. This type of test
looks at specific regions on your chromosomes to determine if you have
any mutations that may be causing disease or other health issues. The
results from this kind of test are usually very detailed and provide valuable
information about your genetic makeup which can help doctors make informed
decisions about treatment options for their patients with genetic conditions
such as cystic fibrosis or sickle cell anemia.
Another type of DNA testing offered by Fastest Labs is called karyotyping
which involves looking at the entire set (or karyotype)of chromosomes
in order to detect abnormalities such as Down syndrome, Turner Syndrome
etc.. Karyotyping also helps diagnose certain cancers like leukemia where
chromosomal changes are often seen before symptoms develop .