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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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What are SNPs?

These point variations are changes in a nucleotide (one of the four types that make up DNA: A, T, C and G). These variations in a single nucleotide are what we call SNPs (Single Nucleotide Polymorphism) or polymorphisms.

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How do we genotype your sample? This is a Global Screening Array

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.

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Genetic predisposition. Am I sentenced by my DNA?

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?

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