DNA Test | Genomepatri™



Genomepatri™ assesses your inherited and acquired genomic health risks for 100+ conditions. The results provide valuable insight into YOUR genomic predisposition to several health conditions, traits, lifestyle tendencies, drug efficacy, and more, helping you pre-empt a majority of diseases. In combination with genomic counseling, this will become YOUR master plan to better health, lifelong.

Why Genomepatri™?

  • Actionable step to better health provided by genomic counsellors, who study your genes and health history
  • Beat health-related stress
  • Lose weight, achieve fitness goals, plan your exercise schedule, choose the best-fit sports activity, or improve sports performance with your sports genomics
  • Your resilience gene can help you fight depression, many addictions, and mental health issues
  • Move to a healthier diet
  • Find your body’s response to many life-saving medications – efficacy, metabolism, adverse reactions
  • Know yourself better – gain insights to physiological and lifestyle traits & patterns that define you
  • Prevent or delay the onset of disease
  • Understand genomic health patterns in your family to ensure good health for your loved ones


  • Over 100 genes tested
  • 18 years of experience

Biological areas

Genes involved in the  following biological areas are reported on:

  1.  Cancer risk
  2. Cardiovascular
  3. Skin & hair
  4. Hormone metabolism
  5. Type 2 diabetes
  6. Eyes
  7. Bones & Joints
  8. Thyroid
  9. Immunity
  10. Gastrointestinal
  11. Kidneys
  12. Lung
  13. Brain

Genes analyzed

Gluten intolerance (celiac disease) - HLA-DQ1, IL18RAP, CD28, SH2B3
Muscle performance - ACTN3
Resilience/Personality - COMT
Memory - BDNF
Learning skills - DRD2
Vitamin profile - MTHFR, NBPF3, FUT2, SLC23A, GC
Antioxidants - SOD2
Long QT - NOS1AP
Sudden cardiac arrest - BAZ2B
Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy - MYBPC3
Venous thromboembolism - Factor V leiden, Prothrombin mutation (F5, F2)
Obesity - FTO, MC4R
Insulin resistance and Type 2 Diabetes - TCF7L2, FTO, PPARG, CDKAL1, IGF2BP2
Dietary fat sensitivity - PPARG
Carbohydrate sensitivity - ADRB2
Peanut allergy - HLA
Lactose intolerance - MCM6
Sports injury - COL1A1, IL6
Asthma - HLA-DQ, IL18R1, IL33
Lupus  - IRF5, HLA-DQ, STAT4
Parkinson's - PARK16, SNCA
Multiple Sclerosis - HLA-DRA, IL2RA
Schizophrenia - 6p22 (MHC), NOTCH4, NRGN
Crohn's - ATG16L1, IL23R, PTPN22, NKX2-3
Alzheimer's - TOMM40, TREM2, APOC1
Bipolar disorder - ANK3, DGKH
Hypothyroidism - HLA region, PTPN22
Rheumatoid arthritis - PTPN22, CD40, HLA, STAT4
Psoriasis - HLA-C, IL23R, HCP5
Atopic dermatitis - FLG, OVOL1
Chronic Kidney Disease - SLC34A1, UMOD
Restless Legs Syndrome - BTBD9, MEIS1, PTPRD
Male pattern baldness - HDAC4, HDAC9, 20p11, AR
Vitiligo - REREPTPN22, 6p21 (Between HLA-DR and HLA-DQ), TYR, CD44
Drug response - SLCO1B1, DPYD, TPMT, G6PD, CYP2C9, VKORC1, CYP2C19, CYP2D6 

Sample type

Buccal (cheek) swab

Processing time

6 - 8 weeks

How is the test done? 


The home-based test kit that arrives will contain 1 sample collection kit intended for collection and stabilisation of DNA from oral samples.


Place the soft cotton end inside your cheek and swipe left and right ten times.


Twist the top end of the sample collector and place the soft cotton end inside the cylinder along with the blue liquid.


To complete the process, shake the sample collector 15 times vigorously.