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qPCR SNP Detection Kit

DYPRE (Dyslexia) qPCR SNP Detection Kit


Analysed genes are responsible for regulation of the movement of nerve cells, the adherence of cells in the development of the cerebral cortex and its external structure, and also influence the process of signal transmission by nerve cells. The changes that arise in them are responsible for psychomotor disorders, which are one of the symptoms of dyslexia.








rs4504469, rs793862


2 × Nuclease-Free Water
2 × 2xSNP MasterMix
2 × Oligos Set
2 × Positive Control Set


100 rxns


-25°C to -15°C


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Did you know...?

Developmental dyslexia is a disorder that occurs in children who have difficulty mastering language skills such as reading and writing despite the use of generally accepted teaching methods. Currently, statistics show that the problem of dyslexia affects 10% to 15% of people in the world. Proper diagnosis of dyslexia is not easy. Its symptoms are not very specific and may be mistaken for a natural learning disability in children.

Why is it important?

The causes of dyslexia can be different and most often we can distinguish more than one factor causing this disorder in a child. Among the main causes of developmental dyslexia, specialists point to genetic, organic and hormonal delayed maturation of the central nervous system and emotional disorders. One of the oldest views on the origin of dyslexia is the genetic concept. Numerous studies indicate the influence of inheritance and changes in genes on the incidence of this disease. Inherited conditions concern 20-30% of dyslexic children.

How the test is performed?

The KIAA0319 gene and the DCDC2 gene are responsible for dyslexia. SNP analysis using our reagents is fast and accurate. Thanks to the IFU instructions included in the kit, the technician can easily interpret the results. The reaction lasts about 2 hours, and the temperature-time profile is selected so that the laboratory can analyze several genes simultaneously using one device. Ready-to-use reagents are included in the kit. It is enough for the lab technician to add each of them in the right proportion and the reaction is ready. Quickly, easily and professionally.

Why is it worth doing a genetic test?

Dyslexia is very difficult to diagnose. Knowing your DNA can explain many aspects of your life. Often, adults who have struggled with reading or writing all their lives want to test their genes after discovering their genotype. A professional approach to the client will inspire his trust and ignite the desire to learn about other genes. Without the need for sequencing, you can access information about many DNA fragments that affect key parameters of our lives.