Introducing our NEW DNA test!
...PLUS ALL OF THE GOOD, OLD FEATURES THAT WE ARE KEEPING IN PLACE:
OUR OLD CHIP
*** OUR NEW CHIP ***
Number of markers
~ 350 SNPs (markers) only
~ 762.000 SNPs (markers)
Not included. Raw Data available upon request as BAM file, not compatible with most apps designed for direct consumers of DNA tests.
Included! Raw Data available as .txt file.
Not expandeble - can't add more markers to your reports.
Potentially expandable* through other 3rd party apps or you can simply look up your SNPs of interest within your raw data file
Limited to 350 of our SNPs of choice.
Tailored for clinical research applications including disease risk profiling studies, pharmacogenomics research, wellness characterisation, complex disease discovery and precision medicine.
Please watch the PROMO below to see what else is included in our reports
1. ORDER YOUR SAMPLE COLLECTION KIT
Your sample collection kit will arrive within 7 working days. May take longer for EU countries.
2. COLLECT THE SAMPLE AND SHIP IT BACK TO US.
Folow instructions included with the kit or watch the instruction video HERE.
3. WAIT FOR YOUR RESULTS
Please allow approximately 8-10 weeks to have your results issued.
Your Privacy is important to us
We take the privacy of your information seriously. Your indentifying information (such as name, email, address), as well as your genetic data will never be available to be used for purposes of matching, relatives search and ancestry reporting. It will also never be shared to create any publicly available profiles. You have control of your Genetic Variant report - you can choose to delete this information from our system and we will not be making any effort to restore it (unless specificaly requested by you).
I've got my results. Now what?
Please remember that any reported polimorphisms don't necessarily mean that you are dealing with any of the conditions linked to the genes where mutations are present.
To evaluate whether your genetic variants are expressing it is very important for Practitioners to hold thorough interviews with their patients about any factors that may have contributed to or caused the mutated genes to express themselves. These factors include: diet, physical activity, toxic exposure, allergies and sensitivities to foods or chemicals, medications and supplements, family disease history. More information about more contributing factors can be found in the scientific research data available with the report. Additional laboratory tests (blood and urine) for markers active and crucial for the efficient flow in the Methylation and the related cycles are also very important tools and are very often crucial to determine the status of genes expression.
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LIfestyle Genomics Research Centre Ltd.
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