Personalised genetic reports
Gain access to personalised reports on your health, wellness and traits. These reports are unique to you and tailored to your genetic data.
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Our reports are written by scientists and cover not just what we know, but what we still do not understand and what research is on the horizon.
Discover how your DNA can affect the colour, texture and thickness of your hair
This report explores how your genetics can contribute to your personality traits.
This personalised report explains how your genetics may share similarities with Neanderthals.
Your genetics may play a part in understanding whether you are better suited to power or endurance training.
Our sense of smell, as well as our bodies' production of odours, are affected by many different genetic variants.
Your ‘body-clock’ —or circadian rhythm— is a natural, internal system that regulates your sleep patterns. Understanding yours is the first step towards better sleep.
Coffee & Caffeine Consumption
Your coffee and caffeine consumption are partly influenced by your genetics.
Estimates suggest around 1.1 billion people worldwide smoke. However, nicotine affects people differently.
Male Pattern Baldness
Male pattern baldness is influenced by your genes, with 70% of men experiencing some level of hair loss and 20% experiencing significant hair loss.
Atopic dermatitis (eczema) is a condition that makes your skin red and itchy. It often occurs in people who are prone to other hereditary allergies like hay fever or food allergies.
Psoriasis is an autoimmune condition that causes flaky and inflamed skin, often covered with silver-coloured scales. Your genetics can influence your risk, severity, and how you respond to treatment.
Freckling is a highly heritable trait and the result of a fascinating cellular process. Find out which genes are responsible for freckles.
Why do we get stressed, and how does our body handle it? The biological underpinnings of stress are as old as life itself.
Common allergies to peanuts, milk, and gluten are due to exposure at a young age, as well as innate qualities of your immune system.
Does your face turn red when you drink? Do you get bad hangovers? How your body processes alcohol is partly controlled by your DNA.
Pain is your brain's way of asking you to stop. But pain is in your brain, and each brain is different.
Eye colour is one of the most well known genetic traits, but it is more complicated than you might think.
Sano DNA Sequencing
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