Life Baby Test

Life Baby Test

Life Baby Test is a genetic test that analyzes certain hereditable conditions that can appear soon after birth or later in childhood. Life Baby Test is able to screen for a wider range of conditions than current newborn screening.

Life Baby test is performed starting from a buccal swab, from which the baby’s DNA is extracted. Our expert laboratory technicians analyze the baby’s genes for more than 200 conditions by using the advanced NGS (Next Generation Sequencing) technology.

Recommended for parents and pediatrician to know whether to take proactive steps, sooner, to care for baby’s health.


It includes a pharmacogenetic analysis of a child’s response to more than 30 medications that may be prescribed, during childhood, thus allowing a personalize treatment throughout life.


It detects 200+ childhood conditions to give more comprehensive insight into baby’s health.


It includes only conditions that may be treated with medication, dietary modification, or other therapies.


It utilizes a groundbreaking sequencing technology (NSG), coupled with a leading bioinformatic analysis.


Sensitivity and specificity >99%.


A simple cheek swab is designed for gentle and simple non-invasive sample collection.

Wondering which diseases are covered? We cover only genetic conditions that can be treated with medicament, diet change or other known therapy. We offer two test, standard and extended. Click on the link to see the list of covered genetic conditions.

All you need to do!

Provide a simple cheek swab in the comfort of your home. Send it back to us in the pre-paid mailer.
Your DNA will be analyzed by scientists in state-of-the-art, CAP/CLIA accredited laboratory.
In less than three weeks your results will be sent to you on your e-mail.
Book your term for further genetic consultation and suggestion from our experts.

The only test able to identify the metabolic disorder of my child. After several years strugling with different doctor a simple cheek swab told us the all what we need to know for our child.

— Jane Janevski

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