Active Sport Injury is a DNA test aimed at detecting a number of polymorphisms/SNPs, i.e., relatively common genetic variants (present in at least 1 percent of the population) that may result in changes in the functionality of certain biological processes (e.g., increase exposure to joint injury).
Method of collection: SALIVA
The polymorphisms/SNPs investigated in this test are implicated in important metabolic processes:
• Control of joint laxity
• Predisposition to tendinopathies
• Muscle weakness and tendency to injury
The test is dedicated to both competitive and amateur athletes, in conjunction with proper nutrition and discipline, in order to prevent injuries and increase training effectiveness.