Unknown Genetic Disorders

ACE Clinical Exome™ Test for Unknown Genetic Disorders

Clinical Exome Sequencing is a test for identifying disease causing DNA mutations in the protein coding (exon) regions of the human genome. Along with the patient’s clinical presentation and other known disease markers, Clinical Exome Sequencing provides a powerful means by which genetic disorders can be uncovered in an individual – leading to more informed approaches for personalized care and treatment.

ACE Clinical Exome™


The ACE Clinical Exome™ test differs from many other types of genetic tests because instead of looking at only one or a few genes, the test looks at approximately 20,000 genes in the human genome to arrive at a potential genetic cause and diagnosis.

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