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Microarray Information

The Genetic Support Network of Victoria (GSNV), in conjunction with the Victorian Clinical Genetics Services (VCGS) has developed a factsheet about microarrays.

Microarrays are a new genetic technology to analyse the whole genome rapidly and at low cost. This factsheet may be of use to families or individuals considering having a microarray genetic test or health professionals such as GPs, obstetricians, paediatricians who order genetic testing for patients.

 

NSW Centre For Genetics Education 

Genetics Fact Sheets

The topics covered in the CGE fact sheets are intended to form a foundation of understanding of genetic principles, testing techniques and new genetic technologies. Several fact sheets have also been developed for commonly diagnosed genetic conditions in response to education programs or community needs. 

 

Patient and Family Fact Sheets developed by NHMRC are available on a range of different genetic conditions, terms, tests and treatments.

ThinkGenetic This website allows you to find out more about genetic diseases. You can ask a question, that will be answered by an interactive genetic counsellor or browse their extensive genetic disease database. 

 

Disclaimer:

The GSNV is a not-for-profit service which aims to bring the agencies and services involved in the area of genetics to the attention of potential clients and the community.The resources provided here are intended for educational purposes only and are not intended to serve as medical advice. These resources are not designed for diagnostic or treatment purposes.

Client referrals to genetics services, support groups, and community service agencies are based on current listings of availability of those services. The GSNV assumes no responsibility for the type, amount or quality of assistance, support or service provided by other agencies. The suggested resources are in no way to be considered a substitute for individual advice concerning diagnosis or treatment from an appropriately-skilled health care provider. Individuals requiring diagnosis, risk assessment, treatment, or who have specific questions, are urged to contact their local genetics service or health care provider. Alternatively contact GSNV on (03) 8341 6315 for appropriate referrals.

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