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FOR CONSUMER GENOMICS

Consumer genetics or personal Genomics is interpretation of the genome of an individual and that attempts to make use of the vast wealth of data produced by genomic projects (such as 1000 genome project) to describe gene (and protein) functions and interactions. The genotyping stage employs different techniques, including single-nucleotide polymorphism analysis chips, or partial or full genome sequencing.

Biogenick Platform™ along with other health data can absorb raw genomic data out of any genotyping or sequencing platform and can autonomously provide drilled down clinical interpretation and analysis along with personalized recommendation. Being able to simultaneous evaluate genomic data and phenotypic information the platform can provide much deeper insight on human health at lesser expense and shorter time.

DNA Story

DNA is what sets us apart. A little shift in DNA code might make us predisposed to certain conditions. This simple non-invasive test can help you understand your risks better.

The disease prediction panel can assess more than 100 phenotypic traits based on genomic analysis and provide a snapshot into ones predispositions towards numerous health conditions.

What Diseases it include?

Diabetes: Type 1 Diabetes | Type 2 Diabetes

Cardiovascular Diseases: Atrial Fibrillation | Myocardial Infarction | Coronary Heart Disease | Sudden Cardiac Arrest | Stroke | Heart Failure | Long Qt | Hypertension | Atherosclerosis |Cardiomyopathy

Endocrine & Reproductive: Hypothyroidism | Hyperthyroidism

Cancer: Prostate Cancer | Testicular Cancer | Melanoma | Bladder Cancer |Colorectal Cancer | Pancreatic Cancer | Renal Cell Carcinoma | Lung Cancer | Thyroid Cancer | Basal Cell Carcinoma | Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia | Hodgkin's Lymphoma | Follicular Lymphoma

Neuro/Psychiatric: Alzheimer's disease | Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis |Bipolar Disorder |Major Depressive Disorder |Migraine |Multiple Sclerosis | Parkinson's | Restless Legs Syndrome |Schizophrenia

Diabetes: Type 1 Diabetes | Type 2 Diabetes

Cardiovascular Diseases: Atrial Fibrillation | Myocardial Infarction | Coronary Heart Disease | Sudden Cardiac Arrest | Stroke | Heart Failure | Long Qt | Hypertension | Atherosclerosis |Cardiomyopathy

Endocrine & Reproductive: Hypothyroidism | Hyperthyroidism

Cancer: Prostate Cancer | Testicular Cancer | Melanoma | Bladder Cancer |Colorectal Cancer | Pancreatic Cancer | Renal Cell Carcinoma | Lung Cancer | Thyroid Cancer | Basal Cell Carcinoma | Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia | Hodgkin's Lymphoma | Follicular Lymphoma

Neuro/Psychiatric: Alzheimer's disease | Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis |Bipolar Disorder |Major Depressive Disorder |Migraine |Multiple Sclerosis | Parkinson's | Restless Legs Syndrome |Schizophrenia

Specific variations in our gene can explain how we will respond to the food, beverages and supplements we consume. Nutrigenomics tells you the right diet to lose/gain weight, and optimize health.

Genetic science moves forward with lightning-fast speed, researchers have begun to understand that while certain individuals have genetic predispositions to developing certain diseases, the diseases may not actually occur. Why do some genetically-predisposed people get sick, while others do not? In many cases, some component of diet triggers, enhances, or suppresses certain gene interactions. Some dietary factors lead to increased protection from disease in susceptible individuals, while other dietary factors lead to increased risk of disease. The study of these gene-diet interactions forms the emerging science we call “nutritional genomics.”

What Diseases it tells?

Vitamin A Metabolism | Vitamin D Metabolism | Vitamin E Metabolism | Vitamin B6 Metabolism | Vitamin B9 Metabolism | Vitamin B12 Metabolism | Carbohydrate Response | Saturated Fat Response | Mono Unsaturated Fat Response | Poly Unsaturated Fat Response | Iron Metabolism | Salt Sensitivity | Antioxidant Metabolism | Caffeine Sensitivity | Congenital Lactase Deficiency | Protein Response | Gluten Intolerance risk | Lactose Intolerance risk | Bitter Taste Perception | Propensity for Weight Regain | Emotional Eating Dependence | Snacking Pattern | Satiety Response | Fatty Food Preference

Whatever be the fitness goals, if we want to maximize the results, we’ll need a workout plan personalized to our genomic built. Research shows that workout plans customized to genetic built can be three times more effective and efficient.

This is an ultimate guide for any individual striving for a fit & healthy life. Whether a weekend warrior looking for the competitive edge, or an athlete wanting to maximize performance this test will help everyone to precisely customize their workout schedule or diet for optimal output.

What Diseases it include?

Why DNA based diet?

Research showed individuals on genotype-appropriate diets lost 5.3 percent of body weight compared to individuals on diets not matched to their genotype, who experienced only 2.3 percent weight loss.

What it tells?

Flexibility | Injury Repair and Recovery | Lactate Threshold | Exercise and Fat Loss | Resistance training and Muscle building | Aerobic Capacity | Anaerobic Capacity | Sprinting | Power | Muscle Injury | Muscle Fatigue Resistance | Injury Risk & Recovery | Neurological Components | Body Composition

This test will allow individuals to assess what medicine is genetically suitable for them and take informed decision. It will analyze individual genetic response to drugs for therapeutic benefit.

What Diseases it include?

Why Pharmacogenomics?

Globally adverse drug reactions is one of the top 10 causes of mortality. Indians generally carry high frequency of genetic variants that lead to rapid drug metabolism, which leads to enhanced risk for adverse reactions. Indians are also at a greater risk for drug-induced cardiovascular events.

What it tells?

Response to anti-microbial drugs, cardiovascular agents, Psychiatric medication, gastrointestinal medications, chemotherapeutics, immunosuppressants

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