Our ADNTRO Premium DNA Kit(or a simple upgrade to the basic ADNTRO DNA Kit) gives you access to our Disease Susceptibility Report.
Using our insights you can monitor and take prevantative or reductive measures against a range of issues
The Disease Genetic Report is a repository of genetic studies called GWAS ("Genome Wide Association Studies"), which analyze your risk variants. Through your result, we will be able to know your predisposition to various diseases, in relation to the reference population.
Are you curious to know if you have a high predisposition to suffer some disease? Would you like it anticipate, prevent or have possibilities that your doctor detects early Certain diseases? You have family background of any health problem that may be hereditary?
Solve all these doubts with this genetic testing to anticipate disease by ADNTRO.
The circulatory system The circulatory system is responsible for pumping, transporting, and distributing blood throughout the body. It is integrated with the heart and blood vessels (which are the arteries, veins, and capillaries).
→ Through your DNA, we will be able to know your predisposition to suffer from diseases of the circulatory system, such as hypertension or heart attacks.
The body's glands and organs responsible for the internal secretion of hormones.
→ Through your DNA, we will be able to know your predisposition to suffer from diseases of the endocrine system, such as hyperthyroidism or type 2 diabetes.
The muscular system is made up of the more than 650 muscles that make up the human body.
→ With your genetic information, you will be able to know how likely you are to suffer from a muscle-related disease, such as dermatomyositis or myasthenia gravis.
The digestive system is made up of the organs responsible for digestion.
→ DNA testing for disease susceptibility, you will whether or not you have a tendency to suffer digestive diseases such as periodontitis or stomach cancer.
The excretory system is the one that forms the urinary system or apparatus and the sweat glands.
→ After analyzing your genetic information, we will find out if you have a tendency to suffer from diseases of the excretory system, for example, chronic kidney disease or bladder cancer.
The integumentary system is the set of organs formed by the skin, the subcutaneous tissue, the hair, the nails and various glands.
→ Now you can find out how likely you are to suffer from diseases related to the integumentary system, such as vitiligo or a malignant skin melanoma.
Through the immune system we achieve the necessary protection against external and invading factors, such as viruses, bacteria and fungi.
However, on occasions, the immune system is not able to correctly distinguish between the external and the internal - this triggers autoimmune syndromes or diseases.
→ With our DNA testing for disease susceptibility you can, anticipate potential autoimmune issues, such as systemic sclerosis or alopecia areata, by discovering your predisposition to them.
Our nervous system is made up of the central nervous system, and the peripheral nervous system.
→ We can tell you if you have a tendency to develop a nervous system disease, such as insomnia or amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS).
The respiratory system the set of organs and muscles that capture oxygen through respiration and remove carbon dioxide through exhalation.
→ Thanks to your DNA, we will be able to know if you have a greater or less predisposition to suffer respiratory diseases, such as allergic rhinitis or idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis.
The reproductive system is the set of organs involved in reproduction.
→ At last you can know what percentage of risk you have of suffering from diseases of the reproductive system, such as testicular cancer or ovarian cancer.
The skeletal system is the biological system that provides support and protection to the soft tissues and muscles of living organisms.
→ Our DNA testing for disease susceptibility gives you access all the information about your predisposition to skeletal diseases such as hip osteoarthritis or Paget's disease.