If you acquire the ADNTRO DNA Kit Complete Pack, you can access your pharmacogenetic information. Pharmacogenetics is the biological discipline that studies what effect a person's genetic variability has on their response to certain medications. That is, the efficiency or adverse effects that different medications have on you in a personal way. This discipline is of unimaginable importance.
Within this section we distinguish two groups:
Tired of trial and error with your medication to find out which one suits you best? Would you like to know how could your body react to certain medications according to your genetics? Or if you should have a personalized dose adjustment for some drug? Or if you have predisposition to intolerance to certain drugs?
At last you can solve all these doubts and more with this pharmacogenetic report of our DNA test.
Discover if your body needs a personalized dose adjustment to medicines in which it is advised in the technical sheet to do a genomic test, because of the presence of biomarkers associated with its therapeutic response and that is a reality, since it is something that is used today in the clinic.
Is about medications like Azathioprine, Fluorouracil, Voriconazole or Tacrolimus.
Your DNA has all the information about how your body might respond to a large number of medications.
Find out if you have more likely to suffer toxicity as a consequence of taking a drug, or if some of these drugs could be more effective for you than for the mean of the population, among other aspects.
We refer to drugs like:
Analgesics and non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs- Medicines to treat pain, inflammation, and fever, such as acetaminophen and ibuprofen.
Opioid pain relievers: drugs for extremely severe pain, such as morphine.
Antiallergics and immunosuppressants: Medications that suppress the immune system, such as hydrocortisone.
Antibiotics: drugs used against bacterial pathogens, such as amoxicillin.
Antifungals: substances that prevent the growth of fungi, or even eliminate them, such as fluconazole.
Antivirals: drugs used against infections caused by viruses, such as trifluridine.
Contraceptives- Hormone-based drugs that interfere with the reproductive cycle in order to prevent pregnancy, such as etonogestrel.
Psychotherapeutics and antidepressants: drugs prescribed for their relief of symptoms of anxiety, depression, and other mental illnesses, such as fluoxentine or clozapine.
Muscle relaxants- Medicines used to relax muscles, such as diazepam.
Cardiovascular: drugs for the treatment of diseases that affect the cardiovascular system, such as atorvastatin.
Antiasthmatics: medicines for the treatment of asthma, such as salbutamol.