How people respond to medications can vary from person to person. For example, amitriptyline or codeine are not processed equally quickly by everyone. This is partly due to genetic variations, which affect how enzymes work.
Yet people are generally prescribed the same starting dosage of a drug. Does a drug turn out not to work? Or do side effects occur? Usually only then is the dose adjusted. Or another drug is chosen.
However, with the DNA test iGene FARMA it is also possible to preventively identify the medications to which you are likely to react abnormally. Your personal pharmaco-profile also shows which enzymes play a role.
In short: a comprehensive pharmacogenetic passport. With it, a doctor or pharmacist can immediately choose the right drug and dosage for you, based on the latest pharmacogenetic knowledge.
"Get the right medicine in the right dosage faster."
An overview of your genetic sensitivity to many commonly used medications. A doctor or pharmacist can use this information to determine which drug is best for you, and more quickly arrive at the correct dosage. This can prevent medication errors and unnecessary side effects.
- Carbamazepine (Asians and EUR)
- Estrogen-containing contraceptives
- PEG interferon and ribavirin
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"Information about your enzyme activity"
Comprehensive information on the enzymes that influence the activity and action of various medications, using an overview of your personal enzyme activity. You can easily share this profile with your doctor or pharmacist.
- BChE enzyme
- CYP1A2 enzyme
- CYP2B6 enzyme
- CYP2C19 enzyme
- CYP2C9 enzyme
- CYP2D6 enzyme
- CYP3A4 enzyme
- CYP3A5 enzyme
- DPD enzyme
- Factor V Leiden, F2, SERPINC1, PROC, PROS1
- HLA-A*3101 / HLA-B*1502
- MTHFR enzyme
- NUDT15 / TPMT and thiopurines
- NUDT15 enzyme
- SLCO1B1 transporter protein
- TPMT enzyme
- UGT1A1 enzyme
- VKORC1 / CYP2C9 and warfarin
- VKORC1 enzyme
- Alcohol hypersensitivity
- Androgenetic alopecia (hair loss)
- Bitter-flavor perception
- Blood type
- Caffeine Sensitivity
- Hereditary fructose intolerance (HFI)
- Gluten intolerance (celiac disease)
- Norovirus resistance
- Lactose intolerance
- Chance of red hair
- Fast muscle fibers
- Susceptibility to SARS (2003)
- Hemochromatosis (iron accumulation)
- Sensitivity to pain and stress
Understanding biochemical processes