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DetoxiGenomic Profile, Buccal Swab - Genova Test Kit

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The DetoxiGenomic profile identifies genomic risk for chemical sensitivities, oxidative stress, and ability to handle various medications.


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No fasting required. Ship to lab Monday-Thursday only. Specimen must be collected immediately upon rising. The night before collection you may brush and floss teeth, but do not use mouthwash. On the morning of collection, do not eat, brush or floss your teeth, use mouthwash, chew gum or use any tobacco, or coffee products. You may drink ONLY water before specimen collection. Just prior to collection, wash hands completely with hand soap.

Test Results:

21 days once the lab receives the specimen. May take longer based on weather, holiday or lab delays.


You will receive an activation card with the test kit. To activate your test kit, scan the barcode or go to https://www.gdx.net and follow the prompts.  

The DetoxiGenomic profile evaluates single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) associated with increased risk of impaired detoxification capacity especially when exposed to environmental toxins. It also identifies individuals potentially susceptible to adverse drug reactions. Evaluating a specific group of genetic variants provides a glimpse into your potential health future. The advantage to this is that you will be empowered to modify the expression of disease years before a condition might otherwise develop.

Phase I: Cytochrome P-450

Phase I is the first line of defense in the detoxification of all environmental toxins, including pesticides, herbicides, pollutants, and solvents, pharmaceuticals and nutraceuticals, as well as many of the body’s own waste products (including steroid hormones).

Phase II: Conjugation of Toxins and Elimination

Polymorphisms may lead to impaired metabolism of the catecholamine neurotransmitters (dopamine, epinephrine, and norepinephrine) and may predispose individuals to anxiety, ADHD, alcoholism, and rapid cycling in bipolar individuals.

Acetylation (N-acetyl transferase)

NAT detoxifies many environmental toxins, including tobacco smoke and exhaust fumes. Polymorphisms may result in slow or rapid acetylation, both associated with increased risk of lung, colon, bladder, or head & neck cancer.

Glutathione Conjugation (glutathione s-transferase)

GST detoxifies many water-soluble environmental toxins, including solvents, herbicides, fungicides, and heavy metals (eg, mercury, cadmium, and lead). Defects in GST activity can contribute to fatigue syndromes and many cancers.

Oxidative Protection (superoxide dismutase)

Mutations affecting these antioxidant enzymes can lead to increased free radical activity and cell damage and may increase the risk of developing neurodegenerative disorders.

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