Hereditary Colon Cancer Syndromes
Updated: October 2013
Published: May 2013
Additional Hereditary Colon Cancer Syndrome Testing
Together, our targeted test options and comprehensive panel provide clinicians with a flexible and cost-effective approach to evaluating patients for hereditary colon cancer syndromes.
Single Gene Testing vs. Multiple Gene Testing
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Lynch Syndrome Testing
Other Hereditary Colon Cancer Syndrome Testing
|Familial Adenomatous Polyposis||APC||Familial Adenomatous Polyposis (FAP) Mutation Screen|
|MYH-associated Polyposis||MYH / MutYH||MYH Gene Analysis for Multiple Adenoma, Y165C and G382D|
|Hereditary Mixed Polyposis syndrome||SCG5 / GREM1||Single-Gene Large Deletion and Duplication Analysis|
|Peutz-Jeghers syndrome||STK11||STK11 Gene, Full Gene Analysis|
|Juvenile Polyposis syndrome||SMAD4||SMAD4 Gene, Full Gene Analysis|
|Juvenile Polyposis syndrome||BMPR1A||BMPR1A Gene, Full Gene Analysis|
|PTEN Hamartoma Tumor syndrome (Cowden syndrome)||PTEN||PTEN Gene, Full Gene Analysis|
|Hereditary Diffuse Gastric Cancer||CDH1||Single gene testing coming soon*|
|Oligodontia-Colorectal Cancer syndrome||AXIN2||AXIN2 Gene, Full Gene Analysis|
|Li-Fraumeni syndrome||TP53||TP53 Gene, Full Gene Analysis|
|Low-risk gene||CHEK2||Single gene testing coming soon*|
|Low-risk gene||MLH3||MLH3 Gene, Full Gene Analysis|
*Single Gene Testing coming soon. Please contact MML at 1-800-533-1710 and ask to speak with a genetic counselor with questions. Large Deletion/Duplication Analysis for all individual genes available by ordering Single-Gene Large Deletion and Duplication Analysis.