- Genetic Test & Analysis – in-home, saliva-based genetic analysis kit
- 100+ Health, Trait and Ancestry reports delivered in a secured online account:
- Inherited Conditions – 40+ reports
- Response to Medications – 10+ reports
- Genetic risk Factors – 10+ reports
23andMe is an in-home, saliva-based personal genetic analysis service. It’s been used by over 1 Million people worldwide.
Find out how your genetics relate to things like abnormal blood clotting, cystic fibrosis or response to certain medications. You can also see if your body metabolises caffeine quickly or if you’re likely lactose intolerant.
Inherited Conditions – 40+ reports help you find out if you are at risk for passing an inherited condition onto your children. Some examples are – Cystic Fibrosis, Hereditary Hearing Loss, Sickle Cell Anaemia.
Drug Response – 10+ reports may help you learn information about how your genetics might affect your response to certain medications. For example, Clopidogrel helps prevent heart attacks and strokes but certain genetic variations may prevent some people from getting the full effect.
Genetic Risk Factors – 10+ reports might help you understand your genetic risk factors so you can be more engaged with your health care. For example, Hemochromatosis is a treatable genetic disorder that can lead to too much iron in the body. Knowing your genetic risks for inherited thrombophilia (abnormal blood clotting) may help you and your doctor identify strategies to prevent blood clots.
Keep in mind that many conditions and traits are influenced by multiple factors. Our reports are intended for informational purposes only and do not diagnose disease or illness.
Traits – 40+ reports help you explore your genetic traits, for example: lactose intolerance, male pattern baldness, freckling, taste perception and many more.
Your use of the 23andMe DNA kits and services will be subject to the 23andMe Terms of Service and Privacy Statement.
Note: This product is for use in the UK only. Many conditions and traits are influenced by multiple factors. 23andMe reports are intended for informational purposes only and do not diagnose disease or illness.