Lab Genomic

Paving the Way for
Personalized Medicine

We provide results in an easy-to-read format that is color-coded to help
guide patients when a dose adjustment or alternative drug should be considered..

OVERVIEW

Get the right prescription for your Patient

Knowing a patient’s genetic profile can help a prescriber adjust patient drug therapy to improve therapeutic outcomes and reduce the risk of adverse drug events (ADE). By analyzing an individual’s phenotype, we can see how an individual reacts to drugs, and receive a personalized guidance.

Shorten the path to effective treatments with four easy steps

Pain-free cheek swab test, quickly and easily conducted in your clinic.

1. Collect

Place all the samples into the envelope for shipping.

2. Ship the Sample

Use our two buccal swabs on each cheek of the patient.

3. Examine

We send a detailed report about your patient's DNA.

4. Report in 5 Days

Our certified lab performs our genetic testing

Advantages of Pharmacogenomics

The purpose of pharmacogenomic testing is to find out if a medication is right for you. A buccal swab sample can help determine:

  • Whether a medication may be an effective treatment for you.
  • What the best dose of a medication is for you.
  • Whether you could have serious side effects from a medication.

Common drugs covered

This is not a comprehensive list. For a full list of drugs covered in our reports, consult your sales representatives.

Pain Management
codeine
CYP2D6, CYP3A4
hydrocodone
CYP2D6, CYP3A4
Cardiology
warfarin
CYP2C9
dopidogrel (plavix*)
CYP2C19
beta blockers
CYP2D6
ticagrelor (Brilinta*)
CYP3A4, CYP3A5
Urology
sildenafil
CYP2D6, CYP3A4
terazosin
CYP3A4
doxazosin
CYP2D6, CYP2C19
oxybutynin
CYP3A4
Psychiatry
aripiprazole
CYP2D6, CYP3A4
citalopram
CYP3A
diazepam
CYP2D6, CY2C19

Covers cost of our testing!

At Lab Genomic, we’re working hard to make genetic information accessible to anyone who wants it. We’ve partnered with most major insurance companies to cover the cost of our tests. Chances are yours is one of them.

Provide the right medication for your patients