Genetic screening
Genetic screening
Out genes contain ample information about the risk of disease and treatment success that will allow your doctor a timely intervention for disease prevention or treatment optimization for an existing disease.
Automation
Automation
All steps in the laboratory of Genosense are fully automated to avoid human error and to shorten the analysis’ time.
Anonymisation
Anonymisation
Samples are made anonymous immediately after receiving them, in order to increase data security even further. Personal data are stored separately of the genetic data on a secure server.
Pioneer
Pioneer
Genosense Diagnostics is a pioneer of preventive genetic diagnostics and allows physicians and patients to use genetic information for disease prevention since 2001.
Genetics
Genetics
It is estimated that every person carries about 2,000 genetic variations which adversely affect its genes. Genosense allows you to find out how you can counteract this through your lifestyle.
Thrombosis
Thrombosis
About one in 20 people is genetically predisposed to thrombosis and has an 8-times greater risk of developing a stroke or a heart attack. Simple precautions help to protect against thrombosis.
Osteoporosis
Osteoporosis
Genetic variations may accelerate the decline of bone density. In this case, specific precautions are necessary to counteract the genetic predisposition.
Titanium implant loss
Titanium implant loss
Titan is an unreactive material and is therefore often used for dental implants. The risk of premature loss is about 60% with unfavorable genetic predisposition, in which case an alternative material should be used.
Breast cancer
Breast cancer
The most common form of cancer for women is strongly influenced by genetic variations. A genetic analyze will assess the risk; in the case there is a predisposition to this disease, a genetically optimize therapy will significantly reduce the risk.
Weight control
Weight control
Approximately 80% of the overweight cases are genetic, i.e., depending on the genes. A genetic analysis allows you to find out what nutrients lead to obesity in your particular case, and how to effectively lose weight.
Macular Degeneration
Macular Degeneration
One of the most common causes of blindness in the Western world is macular degeneration. Genetic variations increase the risk, and effective and timely prevention measures can inhibit the development of the disease.
Cardiovascular diseases
Cardiovascular diseases
Genes controlling the regulation of blood lipids, can also increase homocysteine levels. Through a genetic analysis, you can find out what your risk is, and how to best prevent these diseases.
Lactose Intolerance
Lactose Intolerance
Lactose intolerance is the most common genetic food intolerance in Europe. With age, the production of the enzymes necessary for the digestion of lactose is gradually turned off, due to a genetic variation.
Menopause
Menopause
Treatment options, such as hormone replacement therapy, alleviate the symptoms of menopause. Such therapy has many advantages, for some women, while for others HRT may pose a health risk.

Request sample kits

Request sample kits
Do you need sample sets?
If you have questions about our products or you want to extend your order of sample sets, you can always get in direct contact with us. Our customer service representative will advise you via email or phone!

Questions & Answers

Questions & Answers
Find answers to your questions!
Are preventive genetic testing reliable? How secure is my data? Novogenia guarantees its customers and partners complete information and transparency. Please contact us at any time if you have a question.

Together with UNICEF

Together with UNICEF
Save lives!
One baby dies every nine minutes in developing countries due to lack of vaccination against tetanus. Genosense donates a lifesaving tetanus vaccination for every five genetic analysis, thus saving one life!
 

What are genes?

What are genes?
How do genes affect our health?
Experts estimate that every person carries about 2,000 genetic defects in themselves. A brief introduction to the world of genes, explains in more details how genes control our body and why genetic defects can cause diseases.