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GENEUS GENETICS COMPANY LIMITED

North America : 

230 M L King Jr West East, Seattle, WA 98112, USA

Asia : 
37/1 Sukhumvit 101/1 Rd.  Bang Chak, Phra Kanong, BKK 10260

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(+66)2-010-0489

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Why DNA Tests 

We spend a lifetime trying to learn more about ourselves. But experience alone doesn’t always give you solutions to your unique needs. Fortunately, your DNA can.

 

Knowing more about your DNA helps you tailor your lifestyle to what suits you best and potentially rewrite your own future. 

The answers lie within your DNA.

DNA carries our genetic information and is passed down from parents to child

· Your entire genetic code in each cell contains approximately 3 billion base pairs. By reading one letter a second, it would take 95 years to read the whole thing! 

Differences in the remaining 0.1% of our DNA make us all unique. 

GeneusDNA decodes some SNPs in your DNA sequences to create your personalized health reports based on well-established scientific and medical research. 

DNA is a double stranded molecule, shaped like a twisted ladder. 

· The rungs of the DNA ladder are formed by pairs of nitrogenous bases, which include adenine (A), cytosine (C), guanine (G), and thymine (T). These four DNA bases are arranged in a four-character code: ACGT, called ‘genetic code’ 

· Your DNA sequences are about 99.9% identical to those of every other person. 

·Variations in the DNA sequence at particular locations are called ‘single nucleotide polymorphisms’, or SNPs (pronounced ‘snips’). Some SNPs can lead to differences in health, including disease susceptibility, and physical appearance. 

The results you receive from your DNA test depend on which product you choose – from lactose intolerance to the ability to process key vitamins. 

Non-genetic factors also matter.

When it comes to certain traits, DNA is only one influence among many. Non-genetic factors, including your lifestyle and environment, may also affect your chances of developing certain conditions. 

 

A DNA test is not a diagnosis. It shows you your potential to have certain traits based on your genetics, so that you may modify your lifestyle appropriately to decrease your future health risks or delay the onset of the disease.

 

For example, if your DNA suggests you are a slow metabolizer of caffeine, which means it may be unhealthy if consumed in large amount, you may want to limit your daily caffeine intake, or opt for decaffeinated options. 

When it comes to certain traits, DNA is only one influence among many. Non-genetic factors, including your lifestyle and environment, may also affect your chances of developing certain conditions. 

 

A DNA test is not a diagnosis. It shows you your potential to have certain traits based on your genetics, so that you may modify your lifestyle appropriately to decrease your future health risks or delay the onset of the disease.

 

For example, if your DNA suggests you are a slow metabolizer of caffeine, which means it may be unhealthy if consumed in large amount, you may want to limit your daily caffeine intake, or opt for decaffeinated options. 

Our eminent quality standards:

Our collection kit is US FDA-cleared

All sample are processed in the CLIA certified and CAP Accredited lab

Genotyping is the reliable platform for analyzing DNA.

Your personalized health reports are developed by our scientists and medical experts using a stringent process. 

We use well-established scientific and medical research, including scientifically valid genome-wide association studies, on which to base your results. 

How we analyze your DNA.

The analysis we perform is called genotyping. Our genotyping is designed to identify differences in the DNA sequence called ‘Single Nucleotide Polymorphisms’, or SNPs (pronounced ‘snips’). SNPs are single base-pair changes in DNA that may differ between people. 

 

These small genetic differences can lead to each person’s unique physical features, and can be linked to certain health conditions and traits. 

 

Our certified lab extracts DNA from cells in your saliva sample. The technology we use for genotyping your DNA – the MassArray® System – is well proven for the accurate results.