The new generation of
Non-Invasive Prenatal Test.

From SYNLAB one of Europes leaders in Diagnostic testing.

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Current situation

A conventional first-trimester screening only provides a statistical risk index.

New technology

neoBona detects possible chromosomal abnormalities in the future baby using one of the most advanced technology with no risk for the fetus.

Result

SYNLAB is a pioneer in new advances that make it possible to offer a non-invasive prenatal test on maternal blood giving accurate results in one week.

Chromosomal abnormalities, such as trisomy 21 (Down's syndrome), occur in 1-2% of all fetuses. A large range of prenatal tests are available to evaluate the healthy development of the future baby prior to birth. SYNLAB has pioneered  molecular prenatal diagnosis by incorporating new scientific advances to offer a state-of-the-art non-invasive prenatal test, backed by the expertise and reliability of one of Europe’s leading laboratories.

What is neoBona?

The new generation of Non-Invasive Prenatal test

RELIABLE

Thanks to the cutting edge technology.

FAST

Results typically available in one week.

ACCURATE

Overall detection rate higher than 99% for Down's, Edward's and Patau's syndromes.

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SAFE

Non-invasive for the fetus.

SIMPLE

A single blood test from the mother.

EXPERIENCE

Supported by SYNLAB, one of Europes pioneers and leaders in prenatal testing.

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Detects abnormalities

Detects the most frequent chromosomal abnormalities that occur during pregnancy by studying the cell-free fetal DNA present in the maternal blood.

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State-of-the-art technology

neoBona incorporates state-of-the-art NGS paired-end sequencing technology from Illumina, one of the world leaders in DNA sequencing, providing greater sensitivity and precision. This technology is available exclusively from SYNLAB.

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Accuracy of the analysis

The test analyses the amount of cell-free fetal DNA present in the maternal blood (fetal fraction), and uniquely includes the analysis of cell-free DNA fragment size, for the highest accuracy.

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I am pregnant, is neoBona suitable for me?

  • Is available from the 10th week of gestation.
  • Can be performed in cases of assisted reproduction, including IVF with egg or sperm donation. 
  • Is suitable for twins.
  • neoBona is a genetic screening test and as such, must be requested  by a clinician.

Why choose neoBona?

CONFIDENCE

neoBona offers parents confidence that chromosomal abnormalities in the fetus can be detected early during pregnancy. A non-invasive test does not carry the same risk to the mother of the future baby as amniocentesis.

PROFESSIONAL COUNSELLING

Genetic counselling is recommended before a neoBona test. 
neoBona is the only prenatal test available that has the support of the extensive team of over 1,000 medical professionals and genetics experts to support your clinician.

INNOVATION THROUGH TECHNOLOGY

Developed with Illumina, a world leader in DNA sequencing, integrating state-of-the-art technology and know-how to offer an innovative non-invasive prenatal test.

FETAL FRACTION

Unlike other prenatal tests, neoBona specifically analyses cell-free fetal DNA through sizing technology, improving the accuracy of the result. 

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NEXT GENERATION BIOINFORMATICS

The innovative algorithm generates the TSCORE (Trisomy Score) using the depth of sequencing, the percentage of cell-free fetal DNA, the quantification and measurement of the fragment size, to obtain reliable results even at a low fetal fraction.

ACCURACY

The test analyses the amount of cell-free fetal DNA present in the maternal blood (fetal fraction), and uniquely includes the analysis of cell-free DNA fragment size, for the increase accuracy.

SENSITIVITY

Conventional first-trimester screening has a sensitivity of about 90%: out of every 100 fetuses with Down's syndrome (trisomy 21), 10 would not be detected (false negative results).
The overall sensitivity of neoBona for Down's, Edward's and Patau's syndromes is higher than 99%.

SPECIFICITY

Conventional first-trimester screening has a specificity of 95%. In other words, out of every 100 healthy pregnancies, 5 are incorrectly classified as high risk, leading to anxiety, counselling and further testing, including prenatal diagnosis (for example, amniocentesis).
The very high specificity of neoBona reduces the number of false positive results to less than 1 in 1,500 pregnancies, diminishing anxiety and unnecessary prenatal diagnosis.

What types of chromosomal abnormalities does it detect?

1. Most frequent trisomies

A trisomy is caused by the presence of three copies of a chromosome instead of the regular two. neoBona detects the following trisomies:

  • Trisomy 21, or Down syndrome, is the most common trisomy; affected children can have mild to moderate intellectual impairment, heart defects and/or other disorders.
  • Trisomy 18, or Edwards syndrome, has a high incidence of miscarriage. Affected infants typically have severe malformations and mental retardation, and rarely survive beyond 1 year of age.
  • Trisomy 13, or Patau syndrome, has a high incidence of miscarriage. Infants with Patau's syndrome have severe mental retardation, can exhibit severe congenital heart malformations as well as other pathologies, and rarely survive beyond 1 year of age.

 

2. Alterations in sex chromosomes

neoBona detects alterations in the number of sex chromosomes, including:

  • Turner Syndrome (45, X), the absence of an X chromosome in girls.
  • Klinefelter Syndrome (47, XXY), the presence of an extra copy of the X chromosome in boys.

Types of neoBona tests

Different options are available; your physician can evaluate with you which one is the most appropriate.

neoBona*

Trisomies 21, 18, and 13 + Fetal sex (optional)
Paired-end NGS technology
Fetal fraction 

neoBona Advanced

Trisomies 21, 18, and 13 + Fetal sex + Sex chromosomes (X and Y)
Paired-end NGS technology
Fetal fraction 

* Option available for twins. If the “Fetal Sex” option is selected in twin pregnancies, the presence of Y chromosome is determined. If it is detected, at least one of the fetuses is male.

SYNLAB

One of Europe's leaders in Diagnostics service

More than 15 years innovating in prenatal diagnosis.

Operates in more than 30 countries in 4 continents.

More than 450 million tests a year.

The company has a network of over 550 laboratories.

Over 1000 medical professionals and genetics experts.

Detection rate

T21> 99%
T18> 97%
T13> 99%

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