Genetic DNA Test Detoxigenomic Profile
DetoxiGenomic Profile evaluates single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) associated with increased risk of impaired detoxification capacity especially when exposed to environmental toxins. It also identifies individuals potentially susceptible to adverse drug reactions.
- What is being measured
- Age range this test is suitable for
- Specimen Requirements
- Before taking this test.
- How long before I get my results .
- Sample report
Phase I is the first line of defence in the detoxification of all environmental toxins, including pesticides, herbicides, pollutants, and solvents, pharmaceuticals and nutraceuticals, as well as many of the body’s own waste products (including steroid hormones).
Phase II is the conjugation of toxins and their elimination.
- COMT (catechol-O-methyltransferase)
- NAT1 (N-acetyl transferase 1)
- NAT2 (N-acetyl transferase 2)
- GSTM1 (glutathione s-transferase m form)
- GSTP1 (glutathione s-transferase P, p form)
- GSTT1 (glutathione s-transferase)
- SOD1 (superoxide dismutase-1)
- SOD2 (superoxide dismutase-2)
Adults over 18
The buccal swab is designed to collect some loose cells in your mouth. Brush your teeth the night before the test. Do not eat any food after you have brushed your teeth. Upon awakening for the day of collection, do not brush your teeth, eat or drink anything prior to the sample collection.
See instructions inside test kit for details.
All sample reports are for representational and educational purposes only. Biomarkers, references ranges, results, and all other data may differ from actual reports. All data included in no way represents an actual patient. Any comparisons of results to actual patients, is completely incidental.