Re: No more free gen testing with the Periodic Paralysis Association?
Thanks a lot!
The simple testing for the most common mutations I have already done (at CeGaT, for a lot of money!). So it must be a full sequencing to detect deletions, duplications and splicing mutations in the intron.
I was once in a study for morbus pompe. They checked my pompe gen free of cost and found a new mutation, but heterozygot. So I don't have the pompe desease.
Studies are great! But I think that now noone else in the world has an interest in Myotonia.