Pharmacogenetic Report

Pharmacogenetics has been defined as the study of variability in drug response due to heredity. More recently, with the fashion for adding the suffix ‘… omics’ to areas of research, the term ‘pharmacogenomics’ has been introduced.

While the former term is largely used in relation to genes determining drug metabolism, the latter is a broader based term that encompasses all genes in the genome that may determine drug response. The distinction however, is arbitrary and both terms can be used interchangeably.

Single Nucleotide Polymorphisms (SNP) Profiles

Using SNP profiling, it may possible to tailor drug prescription and drug dosage to the individual, thereby maximizing efficacy and minimizing toxicity.

Nutrigenetics

Nutrigenetics describes that the genetic profile have impact on the response of body to bioactive food components by influencing their absorption, metabolism, and site of action.

With the completion of the first draft of the human genome, articles have generally been rather sceptical of its importance in unravelling the complex genetics of polygenic diseases. By contrast, articles about pharmacogenomics have almost entirely been upbeat. It has also been suggested that it may be easier for general practitioners to understand pharmacogenetic information than genetic principles, and since primary care is the major area of drug prescribing, this may serve to be a greater driving force for implementing genetic medicine into primary care.

Nutrigenomics and Nutrigenetics are resulted from genes and nutrients interaction.

Nutrigenetics

Genetic responses involve:
effect on genome evolution, mutation, selection, programming, viability, gene expression, chromosome stability, signal transduction and metabolic pathways, protein synthesis and structure, epigenetic events, chronic diseases.

Nutrigenomics

Genetic responses involve:
effect on genome evolution, mutation, selection, programming, viability, gene expression, chromosome stability, signal transduction and metabolic pathways, protein synthesis and structure, epigenetic events, chronic diseases.

Pharmacogenetic Report

Pharmacogenetics has been defined as the study of variability in drug response due to heredity.

DNA Analysis Report Sample

DNA Report Includes

Selective noradrenaline reuptake inhibitor

Antiarrhythmic

Antihypertensive

Beta blocker

Beta-adrenergic blocking agent

Anti-anginals

Anticholinergic

Prokinetic agent

Cholinergic agonist

Immunosuppressant

Antimicrobials

Anti-inflammatory

Non steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs

Muscle relaxants

Acetylcholinesterase inhibitor

Cholinesterase inhibitor

Vesicular monoamine transporter 2 (vmat2) inhibitor

Selective estrogen receptor modulator

Serotonin receptor antagonist

Tyrosine kinase inhibitor

Poly (adp-ribose) polymerase (parp) inhibitor

Antinauseant/antiemetic

Alpha-adrenergic blocker

Alpha2-adrenergic receptor agonists

Antihistamine

Antimuscarinic

Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor

Opiod

Antidepressant

Antipsychotic

Serotonin-norepinephrine reuptake inhibitor

Tricyclic antidepressants

Histamine-3 (h3) receptor antagonist/inverse agonist

Serotonin modulator

Acetylcholine receptor blocker

Beta-3 adrenergic agonists

Urate transporter inhibitor

Disease-modifying antirheumatic drug (dmard)

Cns stimulant

Cannabinoid

Selective serotonin receptor agonist

Beta2-agonist

Normal Response Expected

Use With Caution

Use With Great Caution

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What is Genetics?

Humans are made up of cells

Cells consist of nucleus

The nucleus is made up of chromosomes

Chromosomes are made up of DNA

DNA is made up of genes

Genes are encoded by nucleotides

Changes in nucleotides lead to genetic variations

What is Predictive Genetics?

Genetic variations make us all unique

Population prone to curly hair

Population prone to blue eyes

Population at high risk of obesity

Population at high risk of heart attack

Terms of Service

This report only provides information on genetic predispositions and may not indicate current conditions or characteristics.

The genetic risk or predisposition stated in the report is based on statistically relevant genomic research studies, which should not be considered as a diagnosis of any general health condition or well-being.

The information in the report can provide an understanding of one's genetic risks and can help in making informed decisions regarding one's well-being and goals.

The traits in the report are not genetically linked; their genetic associations are independent of each other. Therefore, each trait score and each interpretation are independent of each other.

Please consult your physician or other qualified healthcare professional before making any changes related to diet, fitness, health and wellness.