Gx™ Pharmacogenomics Gene Testing

Application of genomic technology in clinical pharmacology to identify an individual’s genetic profile of drug response and predict the best possible treatment option for personalized medication.

Fast and cost-effective Pharmacogenomics (PGx) Gene Testing helps identify an individual's best possible pharmaceutical treatment.

FDA online resources provide a comprehensive list of  pharmacogenomics biomarkers for FDA-approved drugs and medications for cancers, cardiovascular, lipid metabolism, diabetes, gastrointestinal, infectious diseases, neurological, pain, psychiatry and addiction, rheumatology, gynecology, and urological conditions. At the molecular level, certain genes are responsible for how the body processes different medications, and pharmacogenomics combines our understanding of medication metabolism with genetics. Genetic variations may determine the effectiveness or potential side effects to a specific medication. Let us help your physician and you to know your genetics to personalize your medication. The sample reports for comprehensive pharmacogenomics and for pain medication pharmacogenomics genetic testing illustrate the benefits of pharmacogenomics (PGx) genetic testing:

  • Identification of effective therapies by recognizing responders and non-responders
  • Optimization of drug dose
  • Reducing potential side effects and avoiding adverse events
  • Revealing potential harmful drug-drug interactions

Why choose Gx™ PGx testing for your pharmacogenomics?

Once the PGx test is completed, we want you to have the information you need to create a personalized approach to prescription medicine.

  • Comprehensive: include up to date genomic biomarkers in clinical pharmacogenomics 
  • Accuracy: apply the most advanced sequencing technology to eliminate ambiguities at every genomic biomarker locus 
  • Expertise: Experience in genetic testing for over 10 years

Reporting that Fits Your Needs

  • Reports are tailored to the recipient based on their clinical context
  • Highlighting of information critical to patient care
  • Visual decision-making aids to help decision making when trade-offs are required