Mitochondriopathies play an important role in neuropediatrics as a cause of severe early childhood encephalopathies, but can also be the cause of rare diseases and symptoms in adult neurology.
Our specialized expertise in hereditary cancers, rare and complex diseases means clinicians have premium diagnostic support to provide optimal patient care.
Comprehensive Test Menu
MGZ’s diverse selection of analyses in more than 12 clinical areas provides clinicians with valuable time-saving advantages via a broad testing menu to meet various genetic testing needs.
Tiered Testing Strategies
Our tiered testing strategies ensure clinicians have access to optimal stepwise genetic testing options - especially helpful in complex and challenging patient diagnoses.
Rapid & Reliable Turnaround Times
MGZ offers fast and reliable turnaround times, 3-6 weeks for most routine analyses, and 1-2 weeks for fast track and prenatal testing.
Quality Through Accreditation
As a DAkkS-accredited laboratory, according to the DIN EN ISO 15189:2014 international standard, you can be reassured of MGZ’s compliance with high quality standards.
Detailed and informative test reports, in adherence to current ACMG guidelines and interpreted by both MGZ’s medical and scientific teams, provide clinicians with meaningful results to assist with patient management decisions.
MGZ’s cost-conscious pricing strategy through tiered testing options facilitates effective cost management for its clients.
Our caring and knowledgeable support team is available to assist both patients and clinicians with test requests, billing and payment-related questions, and general information to ensure a customer-friendly experience.
Mitochondriopathies play an important role in neuropediatrics as a cause of severe early childhood encephalopathies, but can also be the cause of rare diseases and symptoms in adult neurology. ... Read more
Recently published in Gastroenterology: Results of an international study on monitoring guidelines for patients with Lynch Syndrome.
In the international study, patients with Lynch syndrome who have a significantly increased risk of developing colon cancer were examined. ... Read more