New Born Genetic Analysis
Newborn Genetic Analysis (NGA) is a highly sophisticated and sensitive genetic test that identifies DNA changes that can cause infants to develop severe or life-altering conditions. Since many of these disorders are not apparent at birth, this test can help screen for these conditions, where early detection, intervention, and management are essential for the infant’s overall health and quality of life. This analysis includes 255 genes and assesses over 200 disorders, covering many conditions beyond state legislated standards for newborn screening.
Renal-Urinary Comprehensive Cancer Panel
The Renal/ Urinary Cancer Comprehensive Panel examines 27 genes associated with an increased risk for hereditary renal tumors or cancer, as well as tumors or cancers of the urinary tract. This test includes both well-established cancer susceptibility genes, as well as candidate genes with limited evidence of an association where additional research is needed.
Wellness Inside & Out
Package consists of
Telomere Test: Telomere length serves as the biomarker of the cell’s replicative capacity, which defines the biological age of the individual. Hence it is an excellent indicator of an individuals’ overall general health status
DNA Healthy Weight: Eliminate the guesswork for getting to and maintaining a healthy weight. Just take the simple at-home DNA test and within a few weeks, you will receive a personalized nutrition and fitness recommendations that work best for your body.
PathwayFit® is a genetic nutrition and exercise profile that tells you how you may react to specific types of food and exercise and provides insights into how your body may process sugars, fats, nutrients, and vitamins. Pathway provides a personalized report that has powerful information and recommendations – all aimed at helping you optimize your health.
DNA Healthy Weight
Eliminate the guesswork for getting to and maintaining a healthy weight. HomeDNA™ DNA Healthy Weight is a scientifically-based weight-management test and program that identifies your unique genetic makeup and provides diet and exercise strategies specifically to your genotype. Just take the simple at-home DNA test and within a few weeks, you will receive a personalized nutrition and fitness recommendations that work best for your body. Get ready to take control of your health.
Cytogenetic Tests for Chromosomal Abnormalities
Protected: Fitness & Diet Genetic Test
Due to our genetic makeup, we are all different in many ways. There are the physicial differences such as eye and hair color, but then there are the differences inside us such as how we metabolize nutrients, the way we deal with toxins etc. We all interact with the
environment in our own unique way. The fitness & diet genetic test helps identify an individual’s genetic predisposition for sporting or fitness profile, idea diet, and personal nutrition needs based entirely on genes.
Whole Genome Sequencing
Human whole genome has approximately 3 billion base pairs of nucleotides. The first human whole genome sequencing (hWGS) was completed and published in 2001. Since then, hWGS is widely studied in the filed of biomedical science, anthropology, forensics and many more. Individual variations, such as single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP), copy number variation (CNV) and structural variations (SV), can be identified by whole genome re-sequencing.
Retinal Degeneration Panel
Mutations in more than 60 genes are known to cause nonsyndromic retinitis pigmentosa. Mutations in any of the genes responsible for retinitis pigmentosa lead to a gradual loss of rods and cones in the retina. The progressive degeneration of these cells causes the characteristic pattern of vision loss that occurs in people with retinitis pigmentosa. Rods typically break down before cones, which is why night vision impairment is usually the first sign of the disorder. Daytime vision is disrupted later, as both rods and cones are lost. Retinitis pigmentosa often has an autosomal dominant, or autosomal recessive , or X-linked pattern.
InSure® FIT™ is a CLIA waived test that is available for Physician Office Lab (POL) testing. To help improve
colorectal cancer screening compliance, InSure®FIT™ screening test offers high sensitivity and ease of use. It is a highly patient-friendly water-Based collection method. It’s patented brush sampling replaces unpleasant fecal collection or smearing and there are no dietary or medication restrictions. InSure® FIT™ has 87% sensitivity for colorectal cancer & 98% specificity. The test has a 66% increase in patient compliance versus a guaiac-based fecal occult blood test (gFOBT) based on a recent study1.
With respect to its contained elements, hair is essentially an excretory tissue rather than a functional tissue. Hair element analysis provides important information which, in conjunction with symptoms and other laboratory values, can assist the physician with an early diagnosis of physiological disorders associated with aberrations in essential and toxic element metabolism. Hair Elements analysis provides information regarding recent and ongoing exposure to potentially toxic metals, especially methylmercury and arsenic, and time-averaged status of specific nutrient elements. This noninvasive screening test requires only .25 grams of hair. Doctor’s Data offers a Hair Elements profile containing essential and toxic elements and a Hair Toxic Element Exposure profile containing an expanded lineup of toxic metals.
GynPlus is a next generation sequencing panel that simultaneously analyzes 9 high-risk ovarian and uterine cancer susceptibility genes Genes on this panel include BRCA1, BRCA2, EPCAM, MLH1, MSH2, MSH6, PMS2, PTEN, and TP53. These nine genes are associated with four hereditary cancer syndromes hereditary breast and ovarian cancer (HBOC), Lynch syndrome, Cowden syndrome, and Li-Fraumeni syndrome, all of which have published management guidelines. Identification of a mutation in one of these genes can help estimate cancer risk and guide treatment, screening, and/or prevention decisions for the patient.