Neurology

Please select a category to find your test or learn more about our highlighted tests below

  • Epilepsy
    • Targeted Panels
      • Name TAT Genes
        EpiRapid 10-14 days 16
        EpiFirst-Neonate 3-5 weeks 10
        EpiFirst-Fever 4-6 weeks 13
        EpiFirst-IS 4-6 weeks 17
        EpiFirst-Focal 4-6 weeks 11
        PMEFirst 4-6 weeks 3
    • Comprehensive Testing
      • Name TAT Genes
        EpilepsyNext 5-7 weeks 100
        CustomNext-Epilepsy 5-7 weeks 100
        PMENext 5-7 weeks 21
        Neurodevelopment - Expanded 8-10 weeks 196
        ExomeNext 8-12 weeks Whole Exome
        SNP Array 14-21 days Whole Genome
    • Reflex Testing
      • Name TAT Genes
        EpiRapid with reflex to EpilepsyNext 6-8 weeks 100
        EpiFirst-Neonate with automatic reflex to EpilepsyNext 3-8 weeks 100
        EpiFirst-Fever with automatic reflex to EpilepsyNext 4-8 weeks 100
        EpiFirst-IS with automatic reflex to EpilepsyNext 4-8 weeks 100
        EpiFirst-Focal with automatic reflex to EpilepsyNext 4-8 weeks 100
        PMEFirst with automatic reflex to PMENext 4-8 weeks 21
  • Neurodevelopment
    • Single Gene Test
      • Name TAT Genes
        FMR1 7-14 days 1
    • Targeted Panels
      • Name TAT Genes
        AutismFirst 3-4 weeks 16
        Rett / AngelmanNext 3-5 weeks 22
    • Comprehensive Testing
      • Name TAT Genes
        AutismNext 4-6 weeks 48
        IDNext 5-7 weeks 140
        Neurodevelopment- Expanded 8-10 weeks 196
        ExomeNext 8-12 weeks Whole Exome
        SNP Array 14-21 days Whole Genome
  • Neurocutaneous / NeuroOncology
    • Single Gene Tests
      • Name TAT Genes
        Neurofibromatosis 1 (NF1) 14-21 days 1
        Neurofibromatosis 2 (NF2) 14-21 days 1
        Schwannomatosis 14-21 days 1
        Legius syndrome 14-21 days 1
        von Hippel-Lindau(VHL) disease 14-21 days 1
        Ataxia-telangiectasia (AT) 14-21 days 1
        Li-Fraumeni syndrome 14-21 days 1
    • Targeted Panels
      • Name TAT Genes
        Tuberous sclerosis complex (TSC) 14-21 days 2
        Hereditary hemorrhagic telangiectasia (HHT) 14-21 days 5
        Nevoid basal cell carcinoma (Gorlin syndrome) 14-21 days 1
    • Comprehensive Testing
      • Name TAT Genes
        BrainTumorNext 14-21 days 27
  • Neurometabolism
    • Single Gene Tests
      • Name TAT Genes
        Pelizaeus-Merzbacher disease 2-4 weeks 1
        Canavan disease 2-4 weeks 1
        Gaucher disease 2-4 weeks 1
        Hunter syndrome 2-4 weeks 1
        Lesch-Nyhan syndrome 2-4 weeks 1
        Menkes and related syndromes 2-4 weeks 1
        Ornithine transcarbamylase (OTC) deficiency 2-4 weeks 1
        Tay-Sachs disease 2-4 weeks 1
        Wilson disease 2-4 weeks 1
        X-linked adrenoleukodystrophy 2-4 weeks 1
    • Targeted Panels
      • Name TAT Genes
        NCLNext 4-6 weeks 13
        Niemann-Pick disease type C 2-4 weeks 2
  • Familial Hemiplegic Migraine
  • Exome & Microarray
    • Comprehensive Testing
      • Name TAT Genes
        ExomeNext 8-12 weeks Whole Exome
        SNP Array 14-21 days Whole Genome

why choose ambry

A comprehensive neurological genetic test panel can help families find answers quickly and potentially guide them toward the best care for their child. The freedom that comes with these answers can help end the diagnostic odyssey, avoiding alternate and potentially invasive testing, offering the chance for an improved quality of life. It can also help healthcare providers predict medical risks that may be associated with the condition and may offer a chance to implement life-giving interventions. The sooner we can uncover the source of the condition the sooner we can work towards a treatment. In times like this a parents’ world comes to a standstill. Finding answers becomes critical.

Choose from one of our more frequently ordered tests listed below.

ExomeNext®

The world of genetics and our understanding of genetic causes for disease is rapidly changing. ExomeNext is a comprehensive test analyzing all 20,000 genes, providing detailed information on novel discoveries to improve patient outcomes.

EpilepsyNext®

We make epilepsy genetic testing easier for you with our intuitive, tiered approach. Target the most likely genes for your patient’s epilepsy with an EpiFirst panel, or broaden your search with EpilepsyNext. One sample, one bill.

Neurodevelopment-Expanded ®

There is growing evidence for the existence of common neurodevelopmental pathways that could explain the significant overlap between intellectual disability, autism spectrum disorders, and epilepsy. Now one test targets the genes most likely to cause all of these disorders.

SNP Array

SNP Array (chromosomal microarray) is useful for identifying certain genetic variations and is recommended as a first-tier genetic test. It is often used in the postnatal evaluation of individuals with multiple congenital anomalies, developmental delay/intellectual disability and autism spectrum disorders. As a cost-effective approach for other diagnoses, including chronic kidney disease, congenital heart defects, and infantile spasms. SNP Array is your first line of defense when it comes to identifying the cause of these disorders.

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