XomeDxSlice Tool

Now Available - NEW XomeDxSlice Xpanded – Custom slice testing with trio analysis for lists >150 genes.



If cutting and pasting from another document, please be sure to list EITHER one gene symbol per line OR enter a comma-separated list.



You may also use this search to review average exome sequencing coverage by entering the gene symbol below.


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EMG: myotonic discharges

Select all: Gene symbolChrAvg % covered at 10xLocus TypeNoteOMIMPrevious symbol(s)Phenotype(s)Slice(s)
GNE9p13.3100%gene with protein product603824IBM22-3 toe syndactyly; Abnormality of metabolism/homeostasis; Abnormality of the mitochondrion; Absent Achilles reflex; Adult onset; Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder; Autosomal dominant inheritance; Autosomal recessive inheritance; Cholelithiasis; Coarse facial features; Deposits immunoreactive to beta-amyloid protein; Distal amyotrophy; Distal muscle weakness; Dysostosis multiplex; Elevated hepatic transaminases; Elevated serum creatine phosphokinase; EMG: myopathic abnormalities; EMG: myotonic discharges; EMG: positive sharp waves; Epicanthus; Episodic abdominal pain; Expressive language delay; Fatty replacement of skeletal muscle; Foot dorsiflexor weakness; Frontal bossing; Gait disturbance; Generalized hirsutism; Generalized hypotonia; Global developmental delay; Hepatomegaly; Hepatosplenomegaly; High palate; High, narrow palate; Hip flexor weakness; Hoarse voice; Hyperkinesis; Hypertelorism; Hypoplastic nipples; Hypothyroidism; Increased variability in muscle fiber diameter; Inguinal hernia; Intellectual disability, mild; Joint hypermobility; Limb-girdle muscle atrophy; Limb-girdle muscle weakness; Limited shoulder movement; Limited wrist extension; Long hallux; Long philtrum; Low posterior hairline; Low-set ears; Memory impairment; Mildly elevated creatine phosphokinase; Muscle fiber inclusion bodies; Periorbital fullness; Prolonged partial thromboplastin time; Prolonged prothrombin time; Prominent forehead; Protuberant abdomen; Proximal muscle weakness; Rimmed vacuoles; Scoliosis; Seizures; Shoulder girdle muscle weakness; Sleep apnea; Smooth philtrum; Spinal deformities; Splenomegaly; Steppage gait; Synophrys; Thin upper lip vermilion; Thoracic hypoplasia; Tibialis muscle weakness; Upper airway obstruction; Wide nasal bridgeBone Marrow Failure Syndromes ; Rhabdomyolysis
SQSTM15q35.3100%gene with protein product601530PDB3, OSILAbnormal brain FDG positron emission tomography; Abnormal lower motor neuron morphology; Abnormal pyramidal signs; Abnormality of pelvic girdle bone morphology; Abnormality of the cerebral white matter; Absent Achilles reflex; Aggressive behavior; Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis; Anxiety; Apathy; Autosomal dominant inheritance; Autosomal recessive inheritance; Bone pain; Brain stem compression; Bulbar palsy; Cerebral cortical atrophy; Collectionism; Cranial nerve paralysis; Depressivity; Disinhibition; Dysarthria; Dyscalculia; Dysdiadochokinesis; Dysgraphia; Dyslexia; Dysmetria; Dysphagia; Dysphasia; Dyspnea; Dystonia; Echolalia; EEG with continuous slow activity; Elevated alkaline phosphatase; Elevated serum creatine phosphokinase; EMG: myopathic abnormalities; EMG: myotonic discharges; EMG: positive sharp waves; Emotional blunting; Emotional lability; Facial palsy; Fasciculations; Fatigable weakness of respiratory muscles; Fatigable weakness of swallowing muscles; Fatigue; Fatty replacement of skeletal muscle; Foot dorsiflexor weakness; Fractures of the long bones; Frontotemporal cerebral atrophy; Frontotemporal dementia; Gait ataxia; Generalized muscle weakness; Heterogeneous; Hip flexor weakness; Hydroxyprolinuria; Hyperorality; Hyperreflexia; Hyporeflexia; Hypothyroidism; Inappropriate behavior; Increased susceptibility to fractures; Increased variability in muscle fiber diameter; Irritability; Lack of insight; Language impairment; Limb ataxia; Limited shoulder movement; Limited wrist extension; Long-tract signs; Loss of speech; Memory impairment; Mental deterioration; Mildly elevated creatine phosphokinase; Muscle cramps; Muscle fiber inclusion bodies; Mutism; Neurodegeneration; Nystagmus; Oculomotor apraxia; Osteolysis; Osteosarcoma; Pain; Paralysis; Paraparesis; Patchy osteosclerosis; Perseveration; Personality changes; Phenotypic variability; Poor speech; Premature loss of teeth; Progressive; Respiratory failure; Restlessness; Restrictive behavior; Rimmed vacuoles; Scapular winging; Shoulder girdle muscle weakness; Skeletal muscle atrophy; Spasticity; Steppage gait; Stereotypy; Tetraparesis; Thickened nuchal skin fold; Tibialis muscle weakness; Tremor; Variable expressivity; Vertebral compression fractures; Vertical supranuclear gaze palsy; Xerostomia

The gene coverage data provided by GeneDx represent an estimate based on previous results, but the specific sequencing coverage data for the genes selected may vary from individual to individual, and cannot be predicted exactly. Changes to an approved gene list can only be made by contacting GeneDx directly at 888-729-1206 and asking to speak with a member of our Whole Exome Sequencing Laboratory.


Customize below OR enter Suggested Slice ID on printed requisition form
(e.g. 706 XomeDxSlice - Slice ID: CS-Albinism).

Suggested Slice IDSuggested Gene List Name
CS-AAAplastic Anemia
CS-AutoImmuneAutoimmune Disorders
CS-BBSBardet-Biedl Syndrome
CS-BMFBone Marrow Failure Syndromes
CS-CVIDCommon Variable Immune Deficiency
CS-CKUTCongenital Kidney and Urinary Tract (CKUT) Anomalies
CS-DSDDisorders of Sex Development
CS-EDEctodermal Dysplasia
CS-FAFanconi Anemia
CS-AnemiaHemolytic Anemia
CS-IBDInflammatory Bowel Disease
CS-MaleInfMale Infertility
CS-WWSMuscular dystropy-dystroglycanopathy (Walker-Warburg)
CS-NephroticNephrotic Syndrome
CS-PPKCIPalmoplantar keratoderma plus congenital ichthyosis
CS-Primary ImmunodefPrimary Immunodeficiency
CS-SRTDShort-Rib Thoracic Dysplasia
CS-WSWaardenburg Syndrome