Miller-Dieker Syndrome FISH Analysis

Related Gene(s): PAFAHIB (LIS1), YWHAF

Miller-Dieker syndrome FISH (fluorescence in situ hybridization) is offered for diagnosis of individuals with clinical features of Miller-Dieker syndrome, including lissencephaly, mental retardation, and neurological complications. The detection rate of FISH analysis for this disorder is approximately 99%.

Specimen Requirements


  • Amniotic fluid: Minimum total specimen size 15 mL
  • Chorionic villi: Minimum total specimen size 4 mg


  • Whole blood: Minimum 5-10 mL in sodium heparin tube (green top)

Ordering Information


  • Ship at room temperature

Turnaround Time

  • Prenatal: 5-7 days
  • Postnatal: 7-10 days

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