Geno4Me will be returning the results of two panels, the Inherited Disease panel and the Pharmacogenomics panel.
- The Inherited Disease panel reports genes with high penetrance (high probability that disease will appear when a disease-related genotype is present), such as Lynch syndrome, hereditary breast and ovarian cancer syndrome, and familial hypercholesterolemia. Each of these hereditary disorders has well-established, effective, guideline-based interventions that are known to substantially prevent or mitigate disease risk.
- The Pharmacogenomics panel reports clinically actionable drug/gene pairs for a handful of commonly prescribed medications, including citalopram, omeprazole, and clopidogrel. The reported drug/gene pairs were chosen for Geno4ME because they have both published pharmacogenomic-based drug dosing guidelines and FDA drug labels containing pharmacogenomic information.
For the complete list of inherited diseases and their associated genes, as well as drug/gene pairs, being reported on the Geno4ME Inherited Disease and Pharmacogenomics panels, CLICK HERE.
For more detailed information about all of the genes and their related conditions, and to access gene-specific Just in Time (JIT) documents to help you guide your patient’s care, CLICK HERE. [link should go to the top of the Gene/Disease search tool] CLICK HERE for pharmacogenomics JIT documents.