Single gene tests

OneOme currently offers several single gene tests, which providers may choose to order if they are looking for pharmacogenomic results for a specific gene. These single gene tests include DNA sample collection, laboratory services, and a test report with the patient’s gene result and phenotype interpretation.

Providers interested in one or more single gene test may want to consider our comprehensive pharmacogenomic test. The RIGHTMED® COMPREHENSIVE TEST covers 27 genes (including all of the genes that are available as single gene tests) and reports on the patient’s predicted response to more than 340 medications.

Single gene tests available:

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CYP2C19 test

This test analyzes a patient’s CYP2C19 gene. CYP2C19 may affect a patient’s response to clopidogrel, proton pump inhibitors, and other medications. LEARN MORE ABOUT CYP2C19 >

The CYP2C19 test report includes the patient’s laboratory test results and phenotype interpretation, as well as background information on CYP2C19, including examples of how it impacts medication response.

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DPYD test

This test analyzes a patient’s DPYD gene. DPYD may affect a patient’s response to the chemotherapies capecitabine, fluorouracil, and more. LEARN MORE ABOUT DPYD >

The DPYD test report includes the patient’s laboratory test results and phenotype interpretation, as well as background information on DPYD, including examples of how it impacts medication response.

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MTHFR test

This test analyzes a patient’s MTHFR gene, which has multiple implications for different biological pathways. LEARN MORE ABOUT MTHFR >

The MTHFR test report includes the patient’s laboratory test results and phenotype interpretation.

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UGT1A1 test

This test analyzes a patient’s UGT1A1 gene. The UGT1A1 gene is often utilized oncology and cardiology, amongst other specialties, as it may affect a patient’s response to belinostat, irinotecan, warfarin, and other medications. LEARN MORE ABOUT UGT1A1 >

The UGT1A1 test report includes the patient’s laboratory test results and phenotype interpretation, as well as background information on UGT1A1, including examples of how it impacts medication response.

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How it works

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Step 1: Provider visits ONEOME’S PORTAL to order the single gene test for their patient.

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Step 2: Sample is collected from patient.

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Step 3: OneOme processes the sample and returns the single gene test report to the provider.

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Sample collection and processing

Single gene tests include DNA collection through either buccal (cheek) swab or blood. DNA samples are processed at OneOme’s in-house CLIA/CAP-accredited laboratory.

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PROVIDER PORTAL

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TEST REQUISITION FORM

Complete a simple test requisition form to place your first order.

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