Behavioural Genetics

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Behavioural genetics examines the origin of variations in human behaviour. More specifically, it addresses to what extend variations in genetic disposition and environmental factors account for individual differences in mental and physical health and behaviour.

BaseClear offers a broad package of services for the analysis of genetic variations. In recent years we have developed a range of genotyping tests that type polymorphisms in genes that are potentially involved in human behaviour. Most of the genetic variation that is being used in behavioural genetics relates to either SNP’s (single nucleotide polymorphisms) or VNTR (variable number of tandem repeats). BaseClear uses a combination of PCR, DNA sequencing and DNA fragment analysis to very accurately type these mutations.

Full service including DNA purification in low and high throughput

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