Uploading Your Genetic Data

Uploading Your Genetic DatA Files to genesavvy

This report was designed to visualize genetic patterns surrounding functional health pathways and biological processes. Here at GeneSavvy™ we strongly believe that genetic susceptibilities are created by compounded genetic and environmental influences. The goal is to identify genetic patterns that show us functional health and biological processes that might not be able to handle the current toxic environmental loads. If we find patterns that suggest possible pathway or process disruption, we can adjust our environment to support the disruptions, reduce environmental burdens, and move towards more vibrant health!

Uploading a SINGLE .VCF file

  • Step One: Purchase Report

    Review High Priority gene networks and utilize clinical tools to explore these networks as a differential diagnosis or potential underlying cause of current diagnosis that could be used for more personalized treatment protocols.

  • Step Two: Wait For File Upload Request Email

    Review Rare and High Impact gene variants that are most likely to cause gene dysfunction.

    • Prioritize genes that are involved in multiple networks (Network Count) as they could be the root of disruption for many related pathways and processes that share similar symptoms.
    • Variants with “OMIM Var” associations have been referenced as disease associated.
    • Remember to focus on the functional role of the GENE more than the specific variant. Variants increase or decrease gene activity so consider the downstream effects that might happen if that genes activity is altered due to these variants.

  • Step Three: Upload .VCF Genetic Data File

    Review Medium Priority gene networks with highest relation to clinical presentation. Use these networks to further help identify genetic or environmental patterns that can be explored as a differential diagnosis or potential underlying cause of current diagnosis that could be used for more personalized treatment protocols.

Uploading MULTIPLE .VCF files

  • Step One: Purchase Report

    Review High Priority gene networks and utilize clinical tools to explore these networks as a differential diagnosis or potential underlying cause of current diagnosis that could be used for more personalized treatment protocols.

  • Step Two: Wait For File Upload Request Email

    Review Rare and High Impact gene variants that are most likely to cause gene dysfunction.

    • Prioritize genes that are involved in multiple networks (Network Count) as they could be the root of disruption for many related pathways and processes that share similar symptoms.
    • Variants with “OMIM Var” associations have been referenced as disease associated.
    • Remember to focus on the functional role of the GENE more than the specific variant. Variants increase or decrease gene activity so consider the downstream effects that might happen if that genes activity is altered due to these variants.

  • Step Three: Compress Multiple .VCF Genetic Data Files Into Single .ZIP File

    Review Medium Priority gene networks with highest relation to clinical presentation. Use these networks to further help identify genetic or environmental patterns that can be explored as a differential diagnosis or potential underlying cause of current diagnosis that could be used for more personalized treatment protocols.

  • Step Three: Upload Compressed .ZIP File

    Review Medium Priority gene networks with highest relation to clinical presentation. Use these networks to further help identify genetic or environmental patterns that can be explored as a differential diagnosis or potential underlying cause of current diagnosis that could be used for more personalized treatment protocols.

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