August 18, 2010 — Connective Tissue Gene Tests (CTGT) continues to increase its repertoire of diagnostic tests, today announcing that it has added a new test for glomuvenous malformations (GVM; MIM 138000).

GVM are a type of vascular malformation mainly involving the skin and subcutis of the extremities.  They are caused by loss of function mutations in the glomulin gene.

More information can be found regarding the new test on CTGT's web site, and may be ordered using the updated order forms found on the site.

As new tests are added frequently, CTGT advise clients to regularly download the latest requisition forms from the Requisition Form page on the CTGT web site.

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