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Our genetic information is key to making some of the most important decisions in our lives. There are diseases that we can prevent and the DNA Health Test can help us identify them.
Know your genetic predisposition with a DNA health test!
Our genetic health test is the most complete on the market and provides very useful information for professionals who take care of your health. We have several sections that you will only find in 24Genetics: biometric predispositions, complex diseases, biomarkers, pharmacogenetics, or the detection of possible pathogenic mutations in hundreds of diseases.
Reports available in English, German, French, Italian, Polish, and Spanish.
This Health DNA Test Analyzes Thousands of Genetic Markers that can influence the genetic predisposition to dozens of pathologies. Our tests provide a large amount of relevant information for your health care.
Our genetic health report is possibly the most comprehensive DNA test on the market.
We analyze more than 720.000 genetic markers. From these we extract the results based on the most prestigious genetic research through complex algorithms.
We study the ancestral roots in DNA. These constitute the genetic inheritance of the person and it serves to power apply these algorithms correctly. The calculation of genetic predisposition can vary based on ethnic origin. For example, the risk of skin cancer for a person of African origins is not calculated the same as that of another of Scandinavian origins. 24Genetics is possibly the only company in Europe that performs this previous analysis of the ancestral roots to correctly apply the algorithms.
Our algorithm also allows us to analyze whether the DNA belongs to a man or a woman.
In this way we can apply the research that best suits each individual.
The reports we provide offer as much practical information as possible from the genetic data available in the test. In the case of many diseases, we report the pathogenic mutations, or the absence of them, of only a part of the genes involved (those that we can see in the test). Which means that said disease may be present in areas that we are not analyzing. The genetic information provided by 24Genetics is not valid for clinical or diagnostic use. If any of your doctors or health professionals are particularly concerned about a mutation detected, they will prescribe a second genetic test for clinical use with which they can confirm these mutations. 24Genetics tests serve, among other things, to bring to light highly relevant information that is normally overlooked.
On this same page you have an example of the report of the health test of 24Genetics.
Genetics give us a lot of information
And the 24Genetics DNA Test offers 7 detailed reports with multiple data from each of those 7 categories. We must not confuse talent or personal characteristics with pathologies or diseases. Specific, our DNA Health Test yields an exclusive health report. Detailing a multitude of diseases and accompanied by drug compatibility information.
With the 24Genetics Health DNA Test, you can have an overview of a large number of pathologies at an affordable price. Thanks to these tests and as a genetic counselor, we can be a valuable approach to understanding your genes. If you need a diagnosis about a specific disease, there are DNA tests that analyze the entire gene or genes involved in that disease or phenotype. These are also valid for clinical use. If you have a family history, we recommend that you consult your doctor or geneticist to study the need for such a test.
With knowledge of DNA, we can prevent various diseases from being transmitted monogenic to our future children.
Some of these diseases may be present in our genes and not have manifested in us. But it is possible that they do manifest themselves in our children and grandchildren. With our DNA Health Test we can identify many of them and act accordingly. There are techniques to prevent some of these diseases from being transmitted to our offspring.
However having our genetic information can also be the first step towards personalized medicine. Each person should receive medical treatments in a different way. Medications that are very effective for some people are not so for others. One of the keys to deciphering what will be the best treatments for each person is in their genes. Our DNA Health Test includes data on genetic predisposition to dozens of drugs. Therefore, it can help your doctor to prescribe the most appropriate drugs. The importance of a genetic advisor like 24Genetics España is essential to carry out your genetic analysis and personalized medicine will arrive.
24Genetics DNA tests are preventive.
They are carried out by analyzing a part of the organism's genetic variants (about 720.000 out of a total of 3.200 million). Therefore, they have no clinical or diagnostic validity. Being predisposed to suffering from a disease or pathology does not mean that it will be suffered with certainty. Many other external (environmental) factors and habits or lifestyle influence. Similarly, a disease for which no predisposition is indicated could eventually develop. Since there may be mutations in gene regions that we did not analyze. Thus, At 24Genetics we always recommend consulting with a medical professional or geneticist to deepen in certain areas. Especially when there is a family history. And perform a diagnostic DNA test, in case professionals advise it.
What will you find in the 24Genetics Health Report?
We analyze your genetic predisposition to hundreds of diseases, grouped into the following types:
Complex Diseases: GWAS
For this part of our report we applied GWAS publications, a type of study that compares the DNA markers of people with a disease with people without this disease in order to identify genetic differences. These studies can be very useful for prevention and early diagnosis, since not being a diagnostic tool, it tells us what we should be more attentive to.
It is important to bear in mind that in complex diseases many factors influence, genetics are only a part; lifestyle, diet, etc ... are in many cases the most influential.
Complex diseases: mutations
In this section we analyze the mutations of the most important genes from the oncological point of view. We are specifically looking for mutations reported as pathogens in the main scientific communities.
Biomarkers, biometrics and traits
In this section we use, again, the GWAS statistical analyzes to calculate your genetic predisposition to have abnormal levels of certain metabolic parameters.
We analyze the genetic mutations that can cause hereditary diseases that can be transmitted to your future children. Some of them can be a carrier and never have suffered it, but there is a risk that our future offspring will suffer it. They are mostly monogenetic diseases.
Carrying out a genetic test for hereditary diseases of both the future father and the future mother before conceiving the baby is the smartest move to minimize the chances that our children suffer from this type of disease. In the event that your family has diseases of this type, conducting genetic tests is very important. With the data in hand, a geneticist will be able to give you the guidelines on how to act. If you want to know more about this topic, read our blog article “How genetics can help you have healthier children”.
We will analyze the mutations that predispose us to make certain drugs feel better or worse, and this will help our doctors to choose the most suitable for us. Your pharmacological analysis will be your first step to a personalized medicine.
These are some of the diseases that you will find in our report:
|alopecia areata||Type IA glycogen storage disease|
|Intracranial aneurysm||Type II glycogen storage disease|
|Rheumatoid Arthritis||Familial hemophagocytic lymphohistiocytosis 2|
|Chronic bronchitis in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD)||Hermansky-Pudlak syndrome 3|
|Breast cancer GWAS||Syndrome of lymphadenopathy with ichthyosis|
|Breast cancer: pathogenic markers||X-linked hypohidrotic ectodermal dysplasia|
|Ovarian cancer in carriers of BRCA1 mutations||Jervell and Lange-Nielsen syndrome|
|Prostate cancer||Joubert syndrome 14|
|Aggressive prostate cancer||Joubert syndrome 16|
|Early-onset prostate cancer||Joubert syndrome 3|
|Bladder cancer||Joubert syndrome 5|
|Cancers of the upper aero-digestive tract||Joubert syndrome 7|
|Cutaneous basal cell carcinoma||Joubert syndrome 8|
|Cinchose||Joubert syndrome 9|
|Primary biliary cirrhosis||Kabuki syndrome|
|Macular degeneration related to age||Leigh syndrome|
|Disorder of conduct||Leopard syndrome|
|Diabetes type 1||Leukoencephalopathy with evanescent white substance|
|Type 1 diabetes - nephropathy||Maple syrup urine disease|
|Diabetes type 2||Loeys-Dietz syndrome 2|
|Endometriosis||Long QT syndrome|
|Celiac Disease||Lynch syndrome|
|Alzheimer's disease (late onset)||Lissencephaly|
|Coronary artery disease||Diabetes in mature age, type 2|
|Parkinson's Disease||Diabetes in mature age, type 3|
|Multiple sclerosis||Meckel syndrome 3|
|Systemic sclerosis||Mental retardation with microcephaly and cerebellar hypoplasia|
|Glioma||Aciduria and methylmalonic homocystinuria|
|Hypothyroidism||Acylamide Methylammonic cbIA|
|Myocardial infarction (early onset)||Acylamy Methylammonic cbIB|
|Chronic lymphocytic leukemia||Mitochondrial complex III deficiency type 1|
|Hodgkin lymphoma||Mucopolysaccharidosis type 6|
|Diffuse large B-cell lymphoma||Mucopolysaccharidosis type 7|
|Follicular lymphoma||Mucopolysaccharidosis type IIIA|
|Myasthenia gravis||Mucopolysaccharidosis type IIIB|
|Multiple myeloma||Mucopolysaccharidosis type 4|
|Neuroblastoma||Congenital alpha-dystroglycanopathy with brain and eye abnormalities|
|Psoriasis||Centronuclear myopathy linked to the X|
|Allergic sensitization||Centronuclear myopathy|
|Testicular germ cell tumor||2 nemaline myopathy|
|Auricular-condylar syndrome||Nephropathic cystinosis|
|Vitiligo||Neimann-Pick disease type C1|
|Deficit of 17-beta-hydroxysteroid dehydrogenase III||Neimann-Pick disease type A|
|Deficit of 3-Methylchronotyl-CoA carboxylase 2||Neimann-Pick disease type B|
|Color blindness type 2||Noonan syndrome with or without juvenile myelomonocytic leukemia|
|AML||Noonan syndrome 4|
|Adult hypophosphatasia||Oculocutaneous Albinism 1B|
|Allan-Herndon-Dudley syndrome||Osteogenesis imperfecta type 3|
|Alpha1-antitrypsin deficiency||Permanent neonatal diabetes mellitus|
|Hereditary amyloidosis||Pitt-Hopkins syndrome|
|Hemolytic anemia due to G6PD deficiency||Bilateral frontoparietal polyimicrogiria|
|Angelman syndrome||Autosomal recessive primary microcephaly|
|Antrithrombin III deficiency||Retinitis pigmentosa|
|Arrhythmogenic dysplasia of the right ventricle 10||Rubinstein-Taybi syndrom|
|Hypophosphatemic rickets linked to dominant X||Supravalvular aortic stenosis|
|Bardet-Biedl syndrome||Tay-Sachs disease|
|Duchenne muscular dystrophy / Becker||Tuberous sclerosis 1|
|Beta Thalassemia||Tuberous sclerosis 2|
|Bloom's syndrome||Ocular albinism type I|
|Brugada syndrome||Tyrosinemia type I|
|3 cardio-facio-cutaneous syndrome||Deficiency of very long chain Acyl-CoA dehydrogenase|
|Dilated cardiomyopathy 1S||Usher syndrome type 1D|
|Hypertrophic family heart disease||Usher syndrome type 1F|
|Neural ceroid lipofuscinosis 1||Usher syndrome type 2A|
|Neural ceroid lipofuscinosis 7||Usher syndrome type 2C|
|Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease 4C||Usher syndrome type 2D|
|Chondrodysplasia punctata, dominant X-linked||Usher syndrome type 3A|
|Chronic granulomatous disease linked to the X||Usher syndrome type 1|
|Congenital adrenal hypoplasia linked to the X||Von-Hippel-Lindau syndrome|
|Congenital nocturnal stationary blindness 1C||Weaver syndrome|
|Cystic Fibrosis||Wilson's disease|
|Costello syndrome||X-linked agammaglobulinemia|
|Cornelia de Lange syndrome|
|Autosomal recessive deafness 1A|
|Dilated cardiomyopathy 1A|
|Early infantile epileptic encephalopathy|
|Autosomal recessive 9 deafness|
|Autosomal recessive 31 deafness|
|Dubin Johnson syndrome|
|Autosomal recessive 7 deafness|
|Myoclonic epilepsy of Lafora|
|2 family erythrocytosis|
|Familial adenomatous polyposis|
|2 Hypertrophic Family Heart Disease|
Familial Mediterranean fever
|Medullary medullary thyroid cancer|
|Fanconi anemia, 0 complementation group|
|Nephrotic syndrome type 1|
|Gaucher disease type 1|
|Glutárica Acidemia I|
|GLUT1 deficient syndrome|
|Glutaric Acidemia II|