Periodic Paralysis ReportRegular price €49.00 EUR
Please note that these reports are recommended only for Whole Genome Test with 30X and up coverage
(Not compatible with WGL Longreads sequencing test)
Periodic Paralysis is a rare genetic disorder. It causes sudden attacks of short-term muscle weakness, stiffness, or paralysis.
The Periodic Paralysis Report is based on Whole Genome Sequencing Test. As such, it analyses all Common and Rare Variants associated with Periodic Paralysis. Hypokalemic Periodic Paralysis (HypoPP) is one of the periodic paralysis conditions; autosomal dominant genetic disorders caused by mutations in the sodium, potassium, and calcium channel genes in the skeletal muscle. In general, HypoPP is characterised by reversible attacks of muscle weakness coupled with decreased blood potassium concentrations.
Along with environmental factors, Genetics plays a key role in the regulation of Periodic Paralysis.
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- 98 genes analyzed
- 100% genomic regions covered
- Intragenic and intergenic regions analyzed
- All variants reported
List of genes: