Is StrateGene right for you?
StrateGene isn’t for everyone. Is it right for you? In this video, Dr. Lynch clearly explains who, and who shouldn’t, use StrateGene.
Speed up your time evaluating genetic data immensely by using StrateGene – a Strategic Genetic Analysis tool!
With StrateGene you can quickly learn about potential issues by overlaying your SNPs or those of your patient’s onto the Pathway Planners covering the important folate, methionine, transsulfuration, biopterin, and histamine pathways.
*Pathway Planners are designed to be useful in understanding how genes work, interact, and are influenced by diet, lifestyle and the environment. Get more information on Pathway Planners here.
What is StrateGene?
StrateGene is a genetic reporting tool that uses 23andMe data.
By limiting report data to well-researched SNPs, a qualified health care practitioner is able to formulate a targeted testing and treatment plan – faster.
For the last two years, Dr. Lynch and his research team have analyzed SNP after SNP.
In order for the SNP to meet inclusion criteria, it had to meet these standards:
- The SNP is found in 23andMe (current or past chips)
- The SNP is found in a gene that belongs to a biochemical pathway that is covered by StrateGene.
There is a critical mass of published research related to the SNP.
The SNP has potential clinical implications as determined by published research.
What does StrateGene provide?
- SNPs identified by 23andMe.
- Well-researched SNPs.
- Factors which influence each SNP.
- Description of each SNP.
- Kinetic variation.
- Associated conditions and symptoms according to research.
How is StrateGene laid out?
Section 1 – Overview tables of known SNPs with gene, rsid, variant name, risk allele, and genotype. In addition “GSTT1 deletion”, if detected, plus the predicted NAT2 acetylator phenotype.
Section 2 – Results for each pathway with description, SNPs overlaid onto Pathway Planners, and details on SNPs found. The gene and SNP details include influencing factors on genes, SNP kinetic impact, and potential associated symptoms and conditions.
Section 3 – A discussion of “bonus SNPs”. These are SNPs for which there is not yet Pathway Planner graphics available, but which the research team wanted to include for added value.
Genes Evaluated by StrateGene
As of 8/18/2016, StrateGene analyzes these genetic polymorphisms:
CORE SNPs BONUS SNPs
Who may order StrateGene?
Both health professionals and general public may order StrateGene – Strategic Genetic Analysis.
If you are a patient, we recommend using the Physician Directory to receive advice with regard to how to use the information in the StrateGene report.
Key Resources to Help You Use StrateGene
- How to Use StrateGene – a key video to watch first.
- Private StrateGene Facebook Group – support yourself by interacting with other StrateGene users. Dr Lynch will be answering questions here via Facebook Live video twice a month!
- How to Treat SNPs – a key video on how to approach SNPs.
- What is Methylation? – a key pathway in the human body which does a ton of stuff.
- Practical Application of Methylation and Epigenetics – this conference presentation by Dr Lynch received rare100% approval rating. This combined with your StrateGene report will take you to the next level.
- Directory – find a health professional near you who understands how to use StrateGene. Health professionals here have received training from Dr Lynch in methylation, genetic polymorphisms and epigenetics.
If you’re a health professional, we recommend taking advantage of the SHEI professional membership for further clinical support, including:
- A professionally moderated forum where you can ask questions and get help from trained health professionals.
- Past and current webinars which feature case studies and practical clinical information.
- Free Pathway Planner download updates, after initial download purchase.
- Discounts to conferences and online courses.
- Listing in the health professional directory (after completing online courses or attending an annual conference).
- Over 14 hours of conferences presented by Dr Ben Lynch for no additional charge.