Clinical Chemistry and Toxicology, genetics testing

We offer testing in molecular genetics, genomics, cytogenetics, genomic microarray, biochemical genetics, and maternal serum screening. We continually expand our test menu as new procedures and markers of clinical utility are identified. Medical directors and genetic counselors are available for pre- and posttest consultation or interpretation.


What's New

Rapid Whole Genome, Whole Genome, and Exome Sequencing Assays

  • Rapid Whole Genome Sequencing: Preferred test for critically ill neonates; final report published in 5–7 days.
  • Whole Genome Sequencing: Preferred test for nonacute presentation; final report published in 14–21 days.
  • Exome Sequencing: Recommended test to determine the etiology of a patient’s symptoms if a Mendelian genetic condition is suspected and parental specimens are unavailable; final report published in 21–28 days.

Download the ARUP Genome and Exome Sequencing comparison table to find the right test for your needs.


Test Categories

Genetics Tests

Genetic Counseling Services

ARUP’s genetic counselors play an integral role in your patients’ care—from the early step of providing guidance on what test is needed all the way through to helping you and your physicians understand the results.


Our Experts

Our Genetics Division has a dedicated team of genetic counselors who serve as an invaluable resource to our clients and ordering healthcare providers. Experts are available to answer your questions about test ordering, results interpretation, and logistical issues.

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