Warfarin Sensitivity DNA Test
What is your safe and effective Warfarin dose?
- Warfarin is a very effective drug to prevent abnormal blood clotting
- Too much warfarin can lead to abnormal bleeding and not enough will fail to prevent abnormal blood clotting
- Genetic variations affect the amount of warfarin that is required for a safe and effective dose
- Simple mouth swab DNA test with results in 1 – 2 weeks
The gene most commonly associated with late-onset Alzheimer’s disease is called APOE. APOE encodes a protein called Apolipoprotein E, which is involved in injury repair and transporting fats between brain cells.
About Warfarin DNA Testing
What is the warfarin dose genotype analysis? Which genes are tested? How do genetic variations lead to adverse reactions?
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