Yes. The “Super Seven” genes are MTHFR, COMT, DAO, MAOA, GST/GPX, PEMT, NOS3. StrateGene analyzes and reports on a number of researched variants within the Super Seven genes. For example, COMT V158M homozygous is a slow COMT and a COMT V158M wild type is a fast COMT. However, do keep in mind that these SNPs are simply reporting what type of genes you are born with. It is NOT informing you which genes are currently “dirty” or not. Individuals will need to do a self-analysis using the the Laundry Lists in Dirty Genes and work with a qualified health professional in order to determine if your “born dirty” genes are actually “dirty” or not.
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- Can I use my raw data from AncestryDNA or 23andMe through the new StrateGene Report?
- How many total SNPS and genes are evaluated with StrateGene?
- What are the major differences between the old StrateGene Genetic Analysis Tool Report (using 23 and Me or Ancestry) and the new StrateGene Genetic DNA test?
- Who is StrateGene NOT for?
- Who is StrateGene ideal for?
- Will StrateGene report on the "Super Seven" Genes as outlined in the Dirty Genes book?
- Will the StrateGene Report give me supplement recommendations?
- Can Strategene be used as a substitute for preconception genetic counseling?
- Will the StrateGene Test Kit include a report?
- Are there restrictions on countries or USA states that can order it?