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In the last ten years, the number of people with food allergies and intolerances has increased dramatically. This is evident in our life
Surely throughout your life someone has told you that you are unique and the truth, I could not be more right. Our DNA plays that role, the role of making us unique, because, although the vast majority of DNA "letters" are the same between different people (99.9% of coincidence)
Haplogroups are an important section within the ancestry report, to get an idea of what they are, we can imagine them as the branches of the Homo sapiens family tree, so that each haplogroup includes people with similar genetic profiles who share a common ancestor.
One of the blocks that we have recently added to our platform is that of pharmacogenetics. It is the biological discipline in charge of studying
At ANDTRO, the first step to begin your journey through your DNA is to take a saliva sample that we send to Eurofins Lab in Denmark for analysis. The laboratory, one of the largest genotyping centers in Europe, analyzes the sample and offers us the data that we process in ADNTRO to be able to offer you all the content that you will see in the demo of our website.
You will undoubtedly already know that the SARS-coV-2 coronavirus, which causes the Covid-19 disease, has been a before and after for the recent history of humanity. Hundreds of thousands of people have died worldwide from this pathogen that has represented the largest global health emergency to date. However, surely you also know cases of people who have tested positive for Covid-19 and have barely had a slight cold or have not even had a single symptom. How is this possible? Why is it so lethal for some and for others just a cold?
Thanks to the study of your DNA that we do in ADNTRO, you will be able to know what type of foods are best for you, for which diseases you have a high genetic predisposition or if your muscles recover after exercising more or less quickly than the population average. But how should I take these results? Does this mean that I am sentenced by my own genetics?