Gene detection solution for hereditary deafness

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Pathogenic factors of hereditary deafness
It is the most common defect of the human sensory and acoustic nervous system caused by the genetic material of parents changed and passed on to the offspring. Whether the parents are single or both deaf patients or healthy carriers, deafness genes will be passed on from parents to their children.

Gene detection solution for hereditary deafness
Gene detection solution for hereditary deafness


Product name Related diseases Gene detection Detection sites
Congenital ear gene detection kit Congenital severe sensorineural deafness
2% - 3% of normal people carry the mutant gene
GJB2 235delC
PDS gene mutation detection kit Large vestibular aqueduct syndrome (LVAS)
Congenital or acquired severe sensorineural deafness;
1% - 2% of normal people carry the mutant gene
Autosomal recessive inheritance IVS7-2A>G
Gene test kit for drug-induced deafness Drug induced deafness;
3 ‰ normal population carries the mutant gene
SLC26A4(PDS) 1555 A>G

Product advantage
Authoritative and accurate: three types of CFDA registration, 1s013485 certification, S-type amplification curve, 100% consistent with the sequencing results.
Customized screening: the site can be split, prenatal, pregnancy, newborn, hearing-impaired patients and other different groups of targeted testing, more user-friendly.
Comprehensive coverage: 10 loci coverage: hot spot mutations of genes related to congenital otoscopy, delayed otology and drug-induced otodeng.
Simple and fast: the existing fluorescent PCR instrument can detect, with less manual operation, easy to learn and use, high stability, easy to judge, and 1.5 hours to provide the test report.


  Intended for Target Department Detection cause Clinical significance
Premarital examination, pregnancy and childbirth examination Pre pregnancy couples
Family history of deafness
Obstetrics and Gynecology Department
Premarital examination body
Medical examination center
Most hereditary deafness is recessive;
More than 5% of normal people carry the gene of deafness
Guide scientific breeding;
Avoid birth of genetically defective children
Newborn hearing screening Newborn Obstetrics Department
Neonatal department
Routine hearing screening is easy to miss diagnosis
Patients with delayed and drug-induced deafness cannot be detected
Early diagnosis and early treatment to avoid secondary injury caused by hearing loss
Diagnosis and treatment of hearing impairment Deaf patients and their families
Cochlear implant operator
Department of ENT Cochlear implant is only effective for neuropathic deafness
Most congenital deafness is neural deafness
Predicting the effect of cochlear implant surgery
Medication guidance Ototoxic drug users Internal and surgical Sensitive to aminoglycoside antibiotics in patients with drug-induced deafness Avoid the tragedy of deafness