Bione Gene-Check: Genetic Susceptibility Test is a breakthrough product, which discovers specific gene variants that are responsible for an individual’s susceptibility to viral infections.
Through the Gene-Chek Test, you can:
- Understand variations in your DNA that may be making you more prone to highly prevalent viral infections like SARS, Influenza.
- Analyse 142 markers in 58 genes to test the susceptibility to viral infections
- Explore genetic variations which makes you more prone to the deficiency of important vitamins and minerals (Vitamin C, D and Zinc)
Highly recommended for the elderly and people suffering from health conditions such as diabetes, obesity, hypertension, heart disease etc.
Bione Gene-Chek Genetic Susceptibility Test utilises the host genes variations, responsible for viral pathogenesis, which includes— transmission, multiplication, dissemination, and development of diseases in the host. Variations in host's genes, which interact with viral proteins, and are involved in these processes, confer differences in susceptibility to infections and the extent of severity of diseases.
Through the testing of more than 84 genetic variations in 58 human genes, which play an important role in viral pathogenesis mechanism including— entry receptors, immune response and homeostasis, recently identified SARS-CoV2 interactome proteins, potential drug metabolising enzymes, vitamins & minerals, and previously documented genetic variants, Bione Gene-Chek Genetic Susceptibility Test is world's most comprehensive and high-throughput test to predict human susceptibility to respiratory viral infections (Influenza).
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Bione Gene-Chek: Genetic Susceptibility Test is intended to test the varying genetic susceptibility to viral infections (Influenza) in individuals using Next Generation Sequencing analysis. This test helps individuals to have personalised care.
- Influenza (Flu)
Vitamins and Minerals
- Vitamin C
- Vitamin D
- Zinc Acetate
- Peginterferon alfa-2b/Ribavirin
- Telaprevir, Peginterferon alfa-2a/b, and Ribavirin