Array comparative genomic hybridisation (aCGH) RGCC

The array comparative genomic hybridisation (aCGH) RGCC test is used to identify chromosomal abnormalities in a patient that could lead to cancer.

During the test, scientists use a technique called array comparative genomic hybridisation to spot abnormalities in a genome. This insight enables them to assess the likely risk of cancer developing and the potential location of a primary tumour. aCGH RGCC can help clinicians to understand more about a patient’s genes, giving them a powerful tool in the fight against cancer.

Test details

Sample Type

Blood sample

Analysis period

Approx. 2–3 weeks

Cancer type

All types of Cancers

Final results

3–4 weeks

Sample size

7–10 ml peripheral whole blood


725 €

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