MYBPC3 Gene Mutation Analysis

Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy is typically inherited in an autosomal dominant pattern and has a variable age of onset and prognosis. Mutations in the myosin-binding protein (MYBPC3) gene are one of the most frequent genetic causes of the disease. Various mutations in the MYBPC3 gene have been documented in patients with hypertrophic cardiomyopathy. The c.3330+2T>G mutation has been found specifically in Old Order Amish patients.

Test Indications

  • Confirmation of a clinical diagnosis
  • Family history of known c.3330+2T>G MYBPC3 gene mutation
  • Family history of hypertrophic cardiomyopathy in an Amish family

OMIM #: 600958

Sample Requirements:

  • Infants: two to three mL whole blood in purple top EDTA tube
  • Children (>2 years) and adults: five to seven mL whole blood in purple top EDTA tube

Sample Handling

Blood samples stored overnight should be refrigerated or kept cold. Blood samples should never be frozen. Specimens being sent from outside facilities should be packaged with a cold pack according to standard medical safety practices. The specimen should be shipped by overnight priority [scheduled to arrive by Friday morning at the latest].

Shipping Address

Center for Human Genetics Laboratory
10524 Euclid Ave, Sixth Floor
Cleveland, OH 44106
216-983-1134

For local samples, please call the Center for Human Genetics Laboratory (216-983-1134) to arrange for sample pick up.

Cost/CPT Code

$134.00 / 81403

Turnaround Time

Two weeks

Please submit a completed Prenatal and Postnatal Cytogenetics and Molecular specimens requisition for each sample.

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