XomeDxSlice Tool

Now Available - NEW XomeDxSlice Xpanded – Custom slice testing with trio analysis for lists >150 genes.

INSTRUCTIONS (AND TIPS)

ENTER GENES BELOW AND CLICK "ADD GENES TO SLICE"

If cutting and pasting from another document, please be sure to list EITHER one gene symbol per line OR enter a comma-separated list.


OR

SEARCH BY GENE SYMBOL OR PHENOTYPE (HPO TERM)

You may also use this search to review average exome sequencing coverage by entering the gene symbol below.

SELECTED GENES FOR YOUR SLICE

What do you want to do?

Place an e-order of this Slice on a specific patient through the GeneDx Portal  
Obtain a Slice ID to order testing with a printed requisition form  
Only email the gene list to myself and/or others at this time  


 
Phenotypes
Decreased proportion of CD8-positive T cells

Select all: Gene symbolChrAvg % covered at 10xLocus TypeNoteOMIMPrevious symbol(s)Phenotype(s)Slice(s)
CD3G11q23.3100%gene with protein product186740Autosomal recessive inheritance; Decreased proportion of CD8-positive T cells; Eczema; Immunodeficiency; Recurrent otitis media; Recurrent respiratory infections; Variable expressivityInflammatory Bowel Disease
IL2RGXq13.199.93%gene with protein product308380SCIDX1, IMD4, CIDXAbnormal lymphocyte morphology; Agammaglobulinemia; Alopecia; Aplasia/Hypoplasia of the eyebrow; Chronic diarrhea; Chronic oral candidiasis; Combined immunodeficiency; Decreased proportion of CD4-positive T cells; Decreased proportion of CD8-positive T cells; Desquamation of skin soon after birth; Dry skin; Edema; Eosinophilia; Erythroderma; Failure to thrive; Fever; Hepatomegaly; Hypoplasia of the thymus; IgG deficiency; Lymphadenopathy; Otitis media; Pneumonia; Pruritus; Recurrent bacterial meningitis; Recurrent bronchitis; Recurrent fungal infections; Severe combined immunodeficiency; Sinusitis; Skin rash; Splenomegaly; Thickened skin; X-linked recessive inheritanceInflammatory Bowel Disease ; Primary Immunodeficiency
WIPF12q31.1100%gene with protein product602357WASPIPAbnormal platelet morphology; Abnormality of eosinophils; Autoimmunity; Autosomal recessive inheritance; Bruising susceptibility; Chronic diarrhea; Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease; Chronic otitis media; Decreased proportion of CD8-positive T cells; Dyspnea; Eczema; Fatigue; Fever; Hematemesis; Hematochezia; Hemolytic anemia; Immunodeficiency; Inflammation of the large intestine; Lymphopenia; Microcytic anemia; Petechiae; Prolonged bleeding time; Recurrent infections; Recurrent respiratory infections; Reduced natural killer cell activity; Sinusitis; Specific learning disability; Spontaneous hematomas; ThrombocytopeniaBone Marrow Failure Syndromes


The gene coverage data provided by GeneDx represent an estimate based on previous results, but the specific sequencing coverage data for the genes selected may vary from individual to individual, and cannot be predicted exactly. Changes to an approved gene list can only be made by contacting GeneDx directly at 888-729-1206 and asking to speak with a member of our Whole Exome Sequencing Laboratory.


  SUGGESTED CUSTOM SLICES  

Customize below OR enter Suggested Slice ID on printed requisition form
(e.g. 706 XomeDxSlice - Slice ID: CS-Albinism).

Suggested Slice IDSuggested Gene List Name
CS-AlbinismAlbinism
CS-AlportAlport Syndrome
CS-AAAplastic Anemia
CS-AutoImmuneAutoimmune Disorders
CS-BBSBardet-Biedl Syndrome
CS-BMFBone Marrow Failure Syndromes
CS-CVIDCommon Variable Immune Deficiency
CS-CKUTCongenital Kidney and Urinary Tract (CKUT) Anomalies
CS-DSDDisorders of Sex Development
CS-EDEctodermal Dysplasia
CS-FAFanconi Anemia
CS-AnemiaHemolytic Anemia
CS-HeterotaxyHeterotaxy
CS-IBDInflammatory Bowel Disease
CS-MaleInfMale Infertility
CS-WWSMuscular dystropy-dystroglycanopathy (Walker-Warburg)
CS-NephroticNephrotic Syndrome
CS-ObesityObesity
CS-PPKCIPalmoplantar keratoderma plus congenital ichthyosis
CS-PKDPolycystic Kidney Disease
CS-Primary ImmunodefPrimary Immunodeficiency
CS-RhabdoRhabdomyolysis
CS-SRTDShort-Rib Thoracic Dysplasia
CS-VACTERLVACTERL Association
CS-WSWaardenburg Syndrome