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Drug efficacy - know what is effective

Do your medicines work the way they should? A standard dose may be ineffective in one person but already toxic in another. With pharmacogenomics, we examine how your medicines will behave in your body before you even take them. We then provide recommendations regarding drug effectiveness and individual dose adjustment.

You will be able to order our pharmacogenomic tests in our international online shop, which will be available  soon. Until then, if you wish to order our tests, please contact us.

Note: Please note that according to the Genetic Diagnostics Act, all tests in the categories "DNA and Diseases" and "DNA and Pharmaceuticals" must be conducted under medical supervision and written consent must also be acquired before your genes are analyzed. The order/consent form is included in each and every Dr. Seibt Genomics Kit.

Do you have any questions? Contact us and we will be happy to assist you.

DSG Marker

□ Flecainide
□ Propafenone
□ Amitriptyline
□ Aripiprazole
□ Clomipramine
□ Citalopram
□ Doxepin
□ Escitalopram
□ Fluvoxamine
□ Haloperidol
□ Imipramine
□ Nortriptyline
□ Paroxetine
□ Risperidone
□ Sertraline
□ Trimipramine
□ Venlafaxin
□ Zuclopenthixol
□ Voriconazole
Beta blockers
□ Metoprolol
□ Azathioprine
□ Capecitabine
□ Fluorouracil (5-FU)
□ Irinotecan
□ Mercaptopurine
□ Pazopanib
□ Tamoxifen
□ Tegafur
□ Thioguanine
□ Codein
□ Oxycodone
□ Tramadol
Proton pump inhibitors
□ (Es)Omeprazole
□ Pantoprazole
NRI (Noradrenalin reuptake inhibitor)
□ Atomoxetine
□ Simvastatin
Platelet aggregation inhibitors
□ Clopidogrel

DSG Combi

□ AntidepressantCombi (all 16 antidepressants)
□ OncoCombi I (Azathioprine, Mercaptopurine, Thioguanine)
□ OncoCombi II (Capecitabine, Fluorouracil (5-FU), Tegafur)
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