The IGLS Laboratory of Reproductive Genetics and Immunology

Overview of IGLS Laboratory Services


The IGLS Laboratory of Reproductive Genetics and Immunology is at the forefront of offering specialized services designed to enhance fertility outcomes and support reproductive health. As a leader in the field, IGLS integrates advanced genetic testing and immunological assessments to tailor fertility treatments to individual needs. This personalized approach is pivotal for couples facing genetic and immunological challenges in conception.


Genetic Testing and Diagnostic Services


At the core of IGLS’s offerings are comprehensive genetic testing services, which include preimplantation genetic screening (PGS), preimplantation genetic diagnosis (PGD), and carrier screening. These tests help identify genetic abnormalities that could lead to inherited diseases, ensuring that only healthy embryos are implanted during IVF procedures. Additionally, the laboratory provides extensive diagnostic services to detect potential genetic factors that may affect fertility, aiding in the development of customized treatment plans.


Immunological Assessments and Treatment Adaptations


Beyond genetics, IGLS excels in immunological assessments that evaluate how the body’s immune response may impact pregnancy. The lab offers tests such as Natural Killer (NK) cell activity assessment and cytokine profiling, which are essential for understanding immune system interactions in the reproductive process. By addressing these factors, IGLS helps to reduce the chances of implantation failure and recurrent pregnancy loss, providing hope and solutions to many aspiring parents.

In summary, the IGLS Laboratory not only aids in identifying and overcoming genetic and immunological barriers to pregnancy but also plays a critical role in advancing the field of reproductive health. With its comprehensive services, IGLS continues to support countless individuals and couples on their journey to parenthood, making it a pivotal institution in the landscape of reproductive genetics and immunology.


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