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What are autoimmune diseases?

Autoimmune diseases are conditions in which the immune system mistakenly attacks the body's healthy cells and tissues, mistaking them for agents of the immune system.

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Mental health and genetics

Mental health refers to a person's psychological and emotional state. It involves the ability to handle everyday demands and challenges, form relationships

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What is Crohn's disease?

Crohn's disease (CD) is a chronic inflammatory disease of the gastrointestinal tract. Although it can affect any part of the gastrointestinal tract (from

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What is lupus?

Lupus, also known as systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE), is a chronic autoimmune disease. That is, a disease caused by the immune system. The immune system

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What is meiosis?

Meiosis is a process of cell division that occurs exclusively in sex (or germ) cells in sexually reproducing organisms.

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Proteins and amino acids

Did you know that proteins are the functional elements of our organism? They are composed of amino acids that are in turn encoded by our DNA.

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Nutrigenetics

Nutrigenetic test

Nutrition is a fundamental pillar for maintaining good health and overall wellness. Science proves it with each new study published.

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What is DNA?

Deoxyribonucleic acid (abbreviated DNA) is the molecule that carries our genetic information for the development and functioning of an organism. It consists of more than

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What is genetic imputation?

Imputation in genetics refers to the statistical inference of unobserved genotypes (not extracted in the laboratory analysis). And you may ask, how

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Alzheimer's

What is Alzheimer's disease? Dementia, also known as major neurocognitive disorder, encompasses a set of concurrent symptoms whose main symptom is deterioration

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What is Epigenetics?

The term epigenetics was coined in 1942 by Conrad Waddington, a British developmental biologist, to describe the effects of external influences, such as the

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Whole genome sequencing

Whole genome sequencing (WGS) provides a complete picture of your DNA. It is ideal for detection of genetic variants and has become more

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Conway. The Game of Life

Explanation of the Game of Life The Game of Life is a cellular automaton developed by mathematician John Horton Conway in 1969. The

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Farmer vs Hunter

Throughout the process of evolution, there have been significant changes in our history. One of them, undoubtedly, is the change in the mode of

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Origins and Ancestry

Iberian - Ancestral origins

Introduction to the Iberian ethnic group The concept "Iberian" comes from the Greek word "Ibero", a word of somewhat uncertain origin: the main thesis points to its

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Origins and Ancestry

Andes - Ancestral origins

When the Spaniards arrived in America at the end of the 15th century, they could not have imagined the number of cultures, languages, territories and architecture of the Americas.

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Origins and Ancestry

Northwest Europe region features

This European region comprises a group of nearby countries such as Belgium, Holland, northern France, the United Kingdom, Ireland, Germany, Austria and Switzerland. It is an area

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Alopecia Areata

What is alopecia areata? Alopecia areata is an autoimmune disorder in which the immune system attacks the surface of the skin.

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Types of diabetes

In our body there is a constant control of the amount of glucose available to our body (blood glucose). This process is known as homeostasis.

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Pharmacogenetics and pharmacogenomics

Types of vaccines

Vaccines are a current and recurring topic of conversation. However, this is not something new. The origin of vaccines goes back 

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What is heritability?

We have written this short entry to provide an overview of the concept of heritability and the recent addition to the ADNTRO health report.

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Main DNA tests in the market

Differences between different genetic analysis technologies When it comes to genomics, we can find different types of technologies that provide different results. organizing from

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Trisomies

The genome is the set of genetic instructions that are found in a cell and give rise to biological life. In the case of

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Different types of twins

When you have a double pregnancy, two situations can occur: That a double ovulation has occurred during the cycle, and two sperm fertilize those

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Golden rice: vitamin A food

Importance of vitamin A Vitamins belong to a group of foods known as micronutrients. Although the prefix “micro” means small, it does not have to

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What is the human genome?

The human genome is our genetic information taken as a whole. They are the 3.2 billion "letters" that make up our DNA. From the 22,000 genes

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types of rna
Genetic curiosities

The types of RNA

Both RNA and DNA are part of the group of nucleic acids. Nucleic acids are polymers (substances made up of large molecules) formed

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Nothing endures but change

Genetic predisposition (sometimes also known as genetic susceptibility) is the probability that an individual has to develop a disease due to its component

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Wellness

Ayurveda (Part 2)

Ayurveda is the name of the traditional medicine of India. It is considered one of the oldest healing therapies (5000 years) and has as

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Digestive Medicine

For digestive clinics or physicians. Provides information on the genetic predisposition to develop diseases of the digestive system- such as Chron's, Inflammatory Bowel Disease among many others - as well as intolerances. This supports a possible early diagnosis and prevention. The results of this study are very positive, allowing for more precise and personalized interventions to improve the quality of life of the patients.

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Cardio

The applicability and importance of the PRSs in cardio is endorsed by the American Heart Association (AHA). The applicability of PRS is made possible thanks to this tool that helps in the cardiovascular disease prevention: identifying patients with a higher genetic risk of developing conditions such as diabetes, thromboembolism, hypercholesterolemia, and coronary artery disease (CAD), among others, enabling early interventions and preventive measures to improve patients' cardiovascular health.

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Biobanks, Pharmacies and CROs

Access and consultation of genetic data relevant to health and pharmacology. Thanks to this tool, it is possible to know the predisposition of patients to suffer adverse effects and what dose adjustments are necessary for more than 150 drugs, thus improving safety, efficacy and treatment personalization. This information is backed by Stanford University and approved by the FDA and gives solutions for biobanks, and research organizations.

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Dermatology

Specialized for dermatological clinics, this service provides information on dermatogenomics: skin sensitivities, efficacy of various topical and oral treatments, essential vitamins and minerals for skin health, dermatological conditions, skin types and more data to help you customize your skin care recommendations.

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Fitness and wellness centers

Genetic analysis allows for the design of personalized training programs that, taking into account genetic characteristics focused on the world of sports, such as muscle fiber types and predisposition to injuries, maximize performance and reduce the risk of injuries. Additionally, by considering genetic factors related to sleep and longevity, recommendations can be offered for a healthy and sustainable lifestyle.

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Nutri & Fitness

The practical application of nutrigenomics allows you to differentiate yourself from the competition by offering your patients personalized and accurate information on genetic predispositions to food intolerances.The results of this approach allow the design of dietary plans completely adapted to the genetic profile of the patient. This approach makes it possible to design dietary plans completely adapted to the individual needs maximizing results and providing an exceptional and differentiated service in the field of nutrition.

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Neuro

Very useful for psychiatric clinics and psychological clinics. Provides information on the genetic predisposition to develop nervous system diseases and mental disorders, such as Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, schizophrenia, bipolar disorder and OCD, among others. This supports a possible early diagnosis and prevention of these conditions, allowing for more precise and personalized interventions for improve the quality of life of patients.

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