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Maternal Blood 28 Y-DNA Test (MBZ)Back

6 gestational weeks, 28 markers

 

Feature of MBZ

  • 6 gestational weeks is able to do the test now!
  • More sensitivity than ever before! The new professional maternal blood Y-DNA test made by DiagCor Laboratory has 28 markers that show in the report.
  • The accuracy of this test is up to 99.99%.
  • The turnaround time is one workday.

 

Attention:

Clients, who are an organ transplant recipient, are not qualified to take the test. (DiagCor will NOT accept the case)

 

Online booking

  • In order to protect clients' best interest and to ensure a test accuracy of 99.99%, this test requires gestational age of 6 weeks or above subject to ultrasound examination. Gestational age less than 6 weeks would NOT be accepted. 
  • Free ultrasound service is included.

 

For inquiry and booking, please add Diagcor customer service Wechat:

 
 
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6 gestational weeks, 28 markers

 

Feature of MBZ

  • 6 gestational weeks is able to do the test now!
  • More sensitivity than ever before! The new professional maternal blood Y-DNA test made by DiagCor Laboratory has 28 markers that show in the report.
  • The accuracy of this test is up to 99.99%.
  • The turnaround time is one workday.

 

Attention:

Clients, who are an organ transplant recipient, are not qualified to take the test. (DiagCor will NOT accept the case)

 

Online booking

  • In order to protect clients' best interest and to ensure a test accuracy of 99.99%, this test requires gestational age of 6 weeks or above subject to ultrasound examination. Gestational age less than 6 weeks would NOT be accepted. 
  • Free ultrasound service is included.

 

For inquiry and booking, please add Diagcor customer service Wechat:



Maternal Blood 28 Y-DNA Test (MBZ) Service Procedure Q&A

The principle of Maternal Blood 28 Y-DNA Test (MBZ)

Fetal DNA is fragmented when placental materials (particles) are being pushed into the maternal blood circulation. The fetal DNA fragments circulate freely in the maternal blood which refers to the cell-free fetal DNA (ccfDNA). Therefore, by taking the mother's blood samples, fetal DNA material can be detected. With advanced technology in Science, Maternal Blood Y-DNA Test is able to distinguish fetal DNA from maternal blood in women of 6 gestational weeks or above. From the results, we are able to detect any presence of Y-DNA in maternal blood.

 

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Service Procedure

PART 1 : Purchase a Test Service via Diagcor Lab Website

PART 2 : After the payment, please click “enquiry now “to contact (WeChat Customer Service: 0085298690371) and make the appointment. (Please provide member name and testee phone number for confirmation.)

PART 3 : Go to the Clinic to Claim Certain Test Services

Please go to the clinic on the scheduled appointment date for ultrasound examination and blood draw. The testee has to present ID card & the confirmation SMS to claim the test services.

PART 4 : Receive Report

  • Once the report is ready, the clinic will inform you to collect your report.
  • If you need report counselling service, please contact the clinic.
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Q&A

QUnder what circumstances is the expected mother NOT able to do the New Maternal Blood Y-DNA Test (MBZ)?

Clients, who are an organ transplant recipient, are not qualified to take the test. (DiagCor will NOT accept the case)

QHow does the New Maternal Blood Y-DNA Test (MBZ) report look like?

For New Matenal Blood Y-DNA test (MBZ) report: 

 

 

QWhy expected mothers are strongly recommended to take the Maternal Blood Y-DNA test?

It is because if the expected mother is a carrier of an X-linked dominant disorder, there will be 50% chance of inheritance if the expected baby is a male. X-linked dominant disorders include diseases such as amblyopia, epilepsy, mental retardation and other diseases such as Fragile X syndrome. Fragile X syndrome is regarded the cause of different growth problems with regard to learning abilities as well as delayed development of speech. Therefore, by taking the Maternal Blood Y-DNA test, the sex of the expected baby can be verified. Expected parents can determine the necessity of taking further tests such as Fragile X Carrier Screening (MFX).

QHow much blood is needed for the New Maternal Blood Y-DNA Test (MBZ)?

12ml of blood from the expected mother

QAny precautions or preparations needed before doing the New Maternal Blood Y-DNA Test (MBZ)?

No special precautions or preparations are needed. Fasting is not required as well.

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