Newsletter 2/2012

Centogene offers 56 epilepsy gene tests.


Dear ###USER_title1### ###USER_last_name###,

Epilepsies are a heterogeneous group of different diseases. It is anticipated that in a high percentage a genetic component is involved. Within the last years great progress has been made to understand the genetic contribution to the etiology of epilepsies. 

The monogenic alterations affect mainly ion channel genes and genes of the synaptic apparatus, but recent discoveries are going even beyond. 

Our experts Prof. Jürgen Kohlhase and Prof. Arndt Rolfs will help you to diagnose your patient´s epilepsy.

Discover all tests we offer for epilepsy through just one click onto the following screenshot:



Best regards,

Doreen Niemann
Senior Director Strategic Communication
Centogene AG


Centogene AG
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