GeneSafe DENOVO

screens for 44 severe genetic disorders due to de novo mutations
genesafe denovo
screens for 44 severe genetic disorders due to de novo mutations
GeneSafe DENOVO screens for 44 severe genetic disorders due to de novo mutations (a gene mutation that is not inherited) in 25 genes that cause skeletal dysplasia, congenital heart defects1-3, multiple congenital malformation syndromes4,5, neurodevelopmental disorders, such as autism6,7, epilepsy8, intellectual disability9,10, and sporadic cases of various rare dominant Mendelian disorders, such as Schinzel-Giedion syndrome12, and Bohring-Opitz syndrome13.

The genes screened by GeneSafe DENOVO and the related diseases are described in Table 2.

Table 2. Genes and genetic disorders screened by GeneSafe DENOVO.
genesafe de novo
can identify conditions that may have otherwise gone undetected until after birth

Many disorders screened with GeneSafe DE NOVO are not typically associated with abnormal prenatal ultrasound findings (especially in the first trimester), or may not be evident until late second/ third trimester or after delivery. Furthermore, family history is not a good indicator of risk for these conditions, which are commonly caused by de novo (not inherited) mutations, that cannot be detected by standard carrier screening as these mutations are not present on the parents. In addition, genetic disorders screened by GeneSafe are not detectable with current NIPT technology.

genesafe de novo
screens for genetic disorders associated with advanced paternal age

While traditional NIPT screens for conditions typically associated with advanced maternal age (e.g. Down Syndrome), GeneSafe DE NOVO screens also for genetic disorders that are associated with advanced paternal age (men that are >40 years old)14. Disorders associated with advanced paternal age typically are caused by errors (mutations) in DNA arising during spermatogenesis. As a man ages, the chance for these errors to occur substantially increases. Several genetic diseases show a stronger association advanced paternal age. For example, the risk for some genetic disorders, such as Achondroplasia, is up to 8 times higher in fathers with advanced paternal age. Other genetic diseases associated with advanced paternal age are Pfeiffer syndrome, Crouzen syndrome, Apert syndrome, thanatophoric dysplasia and Osteogenesis Imperfecta.

GeneSafe DE NOVO is now the first non-invasive prenatal screen to detect disorders with an increased prevalence linked to advanced paternal age, ensuring a more comprehensive screen for couple of advanced age.

genesafe de novo
screens for conditions common across all maternal ages.

All pregnant women – regardless of age – are at equal risk for the genetic conditions screened by GeneSafe DE NOVO .
Although the occurrence of each disorder is relatively rare, the cumulative rate of occurrence of these conditions (~1 in 600 or ~1 in 300, for mutations causing development disorders15) is similar to that of Down Syndrome, in younger women.



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Advanced molecular diagnostics solutions using state-of-the art technologies

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20 years experience in prenatal molecular diagnostics

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