The nervous system is an important regulating mechanism of the human body, which, together with the endocrine system and sensory organs, completes the regulation and control of the functions of various systems and organs of the human body, thus making the human body a complete unity and maintaining the balance of the internal and external environment. The function of the nervous system can be summed up in three points: adaptation, coordination and thinking. Abnormalities of the central and/or peripheral nerves may lead to neurological disorders.
CD-Genomics provides a series of panels related to neurological disorders, including more than 150 genes, which are mainly related to amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, spinocerebellar ataxia, dystonia, congenital myasthenic syndrome, Alzheimer's disease and Parkinson's disease. CD-Genomics offers a platform with amplicon sequencing and targeted enrichment sequencing methods, as well as Illumina MiSeq system and Ion PGM system to ensure high throughput and high-quality coverage of sequencing and help you accelerate research on biomarkers, targeted drugs, and disease-related mechanisms in neuroscience.