Pharmacogenetic Testing

GenXys pharmacogenetic test can be used to select the right medication at the right dose

We detect genetic variants that may alter the amount or level of activity of the proteins processing medications. These genetic variants can have an effect on how medications are transported and how medications actually work within your body.

PHARMACOGENETIC TEST REPORT

Personalized results for medication and dosage

Your pharmacogenetic results are automatically integrated into the TreatGx software, where you can manage your medications. Also, a report of your results can be accessed online when you log in to your secure GenXys account. The report is made up of three parts: the Medication Summary, the Medication Report, and the Laboratory Report. Be sure to consult your healthcare practitioner before adjusting any medications.

Medication Summary

The medication summary is a list of medications with evidence for the use of pharmacogenetic information. Medications that may have an altered response based on your pharmacogenetic profile are highlighted

Medication Report

The Medication Report provides information on how your genetic profile affects each medication. Using TreatGx will allow you to discover personalized medication options.

Laboratory Report

The Laboratory Report provides detailed information on the genetic markers.

Short Report

The Short Report provides a list of the individual’s drug-gene interactions and a summary of important genetic results.

Gene name
Number of markers
Copy Number Variation
ABCG21
ADD11
ADRB21
ANKK11
COX1 (PTGS1)1
CYP2A63Yes
CYP2B61
CYP2C196
CYP2C95
CYP2D610Yes
CYP3A53
DPYD2
DRD21
Factor II (F2)1
Factor V (F5)1
FKBP51
GNB31
GRIK41
HLA-A1
HLA-B3
HTR2A1
HTR2C1
IFNL31
KCNIP41
MC4R1
MT-RNR11
NUDT151
OPRM11
PRKCA1
SLCO1B11
TCF7L21
TNF-alpha1
TPMT3
VKORC11
YEATS41

PHARMACOGENETIC VARIANTS

List of genes in your pharmacogenetic test report

TreatGxPlus tests for more than 60 genetic markers including single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs), human leukocyte antigens (HLAs) and copy number variants (CNVs).