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    Epilepsy (epilepsy), commonly known as "epilepsy" or "epilepsy wind", is brain neurons sudden abnormal discharge resulting in a chronic disease of brain dysfunction brief. The clinical manifestations of seizures are complex and diverse, and it can be expressed as paroxysmal motor, sensory, autonomic nervous system, consciousness and mental disorders. According to China's latest epidemiological, domestic overall prevalence of epilepsy was 7.0%, and the annual incidence rate was 28.8 / 100,000. There are episodes of active epilepsy prevalence rate of 4.6 percent a year. Accordingly, it estimates that about nine million patients with epilepsy about China, of which 500 to 600 million are active epilepsy patients. Genetic testing of epilepsy is to use the target area capture technology and high-throughput sequencing technology, to detect and analysis the related genes of client's epilepsy. And in the meantime, it can be in early screening of patients with epilepsy, as well as to realize individualized medication and specificity of gene therapy to provide important basis for patients through combining with the history, clinical manifestation and information. Mygenostics is aimed to detect and analysis multiple subtypes of epilepsy by hand in hand with clinical experts, combined with a new generation of high-throughput sequencing technology and bioinformatics analysis, to provide reliable basis for early diagnosis of epilepsy patients.

Epilepsy V2 -  panel covers 20 class epilepsy related diseases, the scope contains all the genes encoding exons zone and shear zone
1 benign familial neonmal convulsions
2 Generalized epilepsy with febrile seizures plus
3 severe myoclonic epilepsy of infancy
4 Febrile convulsion
5 Epilepsy, childhood absence
6 Juvenile absence epilepsy
7 Juvenile myoclonic epilepsy
8 Nocturnal frontal lobe epilepsy
9 Autosomal dominant temporal lobe epilepsy
10 Infantile spasms
11 Lennox–Gastaut syndrome
12 Familial hemiplegia migraine
13 Ohtahara syndrome
14 Partial epilepsy in infants
15 Paroxysmal Kinesigenit Dyskinesia
16 Migraine and epilepsy syndrome
17 Idiopathic comprehensive epilepsy
18 Ceroid lipofuscinosis, neuronal
19 Tuberous sclerosis
20 Other