Amplexa Genetics develops and implements clinical genetic tests in the fields of neurology, endocrinology, cardiology and oncology. We help doctors make accurate diagnosis that can make the difference to provide the best treatments. Through skilled researchers, expert advisors and the best technology we are able to offer high quality tests and detailed but easy to read reports, without compromising fast turn around times and competitive pricing.
Our Childhood Epilepsy Panel, co-developed with Filadelfia, the Danish Epilepsy Centre in Dianalund, covers 20+ epilepsy-related syndromes and is up to date with the latest genetic research. Learn more ›
In cases of Progressive Myoclonic Epilepsy, time is especially critical. However PME is often misdiagnosed, or confused with other epileptic syndromes in its early stages. A correct diagnosis can make a difference in treatment, and our Progressive Myoclonic Epilepsy Panel can help you. Learn more ›
Our Brain Malformations panel covers 25+ syndromes related to brain malformations. We can help you find the diagnosis you are looking for to be able provide the best treatment. Learn more ›
Breast Cancer can be hereditary. Our Panel can reduce the uncertainty over the potential risk of developing Breast Cancer and make an informed decision of your next step. Learn more ›
Colorectal cancer is hereditary in 1 out of 6 cases. Our Hereditary Non-Polyposis Colorectal Cancer panel can help you assess your risk and make an informed decision of your next step. Learn more ›
We perform a wide variety of tests within hypo-and hyperparathyroidism. Contact us for detailed information.
We cannot change the genes we are born with, but we can study them to know what to expect. We recently helped a family in which little L. had died as a consequence of a SCN8A genetic mutation. There was nothing that could be done about that, but when her mom became pregnant again, knowing that her son did not have the same mutation after a screening was a huge relief for all. With the technology and our experts' knowledge, we have been able to help patients and families in similar situations.