How does a genetic profile become a report?
Human DNA is approximately 99.5% identical from person to person. However, there are small differences that make each person unique. These differences are called variants.
His DNA is transmitted by his parents. The variants can be linked to certain health conditions, traits and ancestry groups.
Your saliva contains DNA from the cells in your mouth. We send you a saliva collection kit and instructions to provide your sample.
Our laboratories certified by CLIA (Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments of 1988) extract DNA from their cells in the saliva sample. Then, these laboratories process the DNA in a sequencing chip that reads hundreds of thousands of variants in its genome.
We analyze your genetic data and generate your personalized reports based on well-established scientific and medical research.
All saliva samples are processed in laboratories in Canada and / or Europe that comply with the mandatory regulations.
Sequencing is a well-established and reliable platform for analyzing DNA
Our scientists and medical experts use a rigorous process to develop reports
Your personalized reports are based on well-established scientific research