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PGT[A]Seq results are typically available 6 days after Juno receives the embryo biopsy samples (although results can take up to 10 days).

Our goal is to make working with Juno Genetics as easy as possible. Juno is committed to support the clinics we work with by providing guidance at all stages of the PGT process. We are available to help with queries and provide advice. At Juno we understand different clinics may have unique needs and our policy is based on flexibility, where we adapt to the specific requirements of each clinic. If your clinic already offers PGT in collaboration with another genetic laboratory, then it is likely that very few, if any, significant changes will be necessary. Please contact Juno Genetics and we will be happy to guide you through the registration procedure, providing you with all the necessary documentation and solving any questions you may have. If your clinic is new to PGT, Juno can assist by providing information and documentation to help you get started. Juno can also assist with training and evaluation of procedures, ensuring that all elements of the PGT procedure are optimized and functioning properly, prior to launch a clinical service. Please contact supportspain@junogenetics.com to get started with Juno.

The time required for the shipment of the samples, and for the complex laboratory procedures, means that the embryos must be cryopreserved (vitrified) while the test is being performed. The embryos can usually be thawed and transferred during the next cycle.

Juno Genetics harnesses the power of the very latest DNA sequencing technologies to deliver a best-in-class test for chromosome abnormalities, called PGT[A]seq. Not only does PGT[A]seq measure the amount of DNA from each chromosome with unprecedented accuracy, allowing the number of copies of each chromosome to be determined in the embryo biopsy specimen, but it also detects thousands of variations in the sequence of the DNA from the embryo (known as polymorphisms). Juno was one of the first laboratories in the world to add polymorphism analysis to a PGT-A test. The extra information provided by DNA polymorphisms allows detection of important chromosome abnormalities that are invisible to other PGT-A methods, including triploidy, a common cause of miscarriage. Clinical studies have shown that the Juno PGT[A]seq method succeeds in providing valuable predictive information about an embryo’s capacity to produce a healthy birth, helping to avoid the transfer of abnormal embryos, which will fail to implant, miscarry or produce children affected by chromosomal abnormalities.

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