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Molecular Biology

At Tirumala Diagnostics, our Molecular Biology department harnesses advanced techniques to examine the genetic material, including DNA and RNA. These sophisticated tests allow for precise diagnosis, accurate prognosis, and the development of personalized treatment plans for a wide range of conditions, including genetic disorders, infectious diseases, and certain types of cancer.

Using state-of-the-art equipment and cutting-edge methodologies, our skilled molecular biologists analyze the genetic material within cells to identify specific genetic variations or mutations. This analysis provides valuable insights into the underlying genetic factors contributing to various diseases and conditions.

In the field of genetic disorders, our Molecular Biology department assists in the identification of inherited genetic mutations that may be responsible for the development of certain conditions. These tests aid in diagnosing conditions such as cystic fibrosis, Down syndrome, and hereditary cancers, allowing for appropriate genetic counseling and personalized treatment plans.

In the context of infectious diseases, our molecular tests are designed to detect the presence of specific pathogens directly from patient samples. These tests offer high sensitivity and specificity, enabling early and accurate diagnosis of infections such as viral diseases, bacterial infections, and sexually transmitted infections.

For certain types of cancer, molecular biology techniques provide critical information about the genetic alterations present in tumor cells. By analyzing specific genes or mutations, our tests assist in determining prognosis, guiding treatment selection, and monitoring treatment response for more targeted and effective cancer management.

The Molecular Biology department at Tirumala Diagnostics is committed to delivering precise and comprehensive molecular testing services. Through our expertise in genetic analysis and molecular diagnostics, we aim to provide healthcare providers and patients with the necessary tools to make informed decisions regarding diagnosis, treatment, and prognosis, ultimately improving patient outcomes.

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