Inflammatory response


The Inflammatory Response Genetic Test identifies the people most susceptible to the inflammatory process in response to external stimuli.

The inflammatory response genetic test analyzes the variants of 3 genes related to the balance between pro- and anti-inflammatory stimuli.

TNFα gene: codes for tumor necrosis factor alpha, an inflammatory cytokine.
IL6 gene: codes for interleukin 6, a cytokine that regulates both acute and chronic inflammatory response.
Gene IL10: codes for the anti-inflammatory molecule interleukin 10, which inhibits the development of inflammatory responses.


Method of collection: SALIVA

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