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What medications can be affected by my DNA?

Updated: Apr 25

There are so many different medications that may either be ineffective or harmful for you to take based on your genetics.


Your DNA codes for enzymes (proteins) that are responsible for activating a medication, so that it can perform its function and treat your condition, or inactivating a medication, so that it can be broken down and eliminated from your body.


Below are the medications, broken down by category, that will be tested for in your pharmacogenomics test.


Have you ever taken one of these medications?

Do you currently take any of these medications?

Could you be prescribed one of these medications in the future?

Anti-inflammatory

Analgesic/ Anesthesiology

Anticoagulant/ Antiplatelet

Cardiovascular

Celecoxib

Alfentanil

Apixaban

Amiodarone

Diclofenac

Buprenorphine

Cilostazol

Atorvastatin

Flurbiprofen

Carisoprodol

Clopidogrel

Carvedilol

Ibuprofen

Codeine

Ticagrelor

Disopyramide

Fentanyl

Warfarin

Dofetilide

Immunosuppression

Hydrocodone

Flecanide

Azathioprine

Morphine

Endocrinology

Losartan

Cyclosporine

Oxycodone

Ethinyl Estradiol

Metoprolol

Sirolimus

Tramadol

Pravastatin

Tacrolimus

Allergy/Pulmonology

Genetic Disease

Propafenone

Dextromethorphan

Eliglustat

Quinidine

Simvastatin


​Gastroenterology

Hematology/ Oncology

Infectious Disease

Neurology

Aprepitant

Belinostat

Abacavir

Carbamazepine

Dexlansoprazole

Brentuximab vedotin

Atazanavir

Clobazam

Dronabinol

Capecitabine

Atovaquone/Proguanil

Eletriptan

Esomeprazole

Dasatinib

Efavirenz

Eslicarbazepine

Fosaprepitant

Docetaxel

Isavuconazole

Fosphenytoin

Lansoprazole

Fluoruracil

Itraconazole

Lamotrigine

Omeprazole

Gefitnib

Peginterferon alfa-2a-containing regimens

Oxcarbazepine

Ondansetron

Irinotecan

Peginterferon alfa-2b-containing regimens

Phenytoin

Pantoprazole

Lapatinib

Quinidine

Tetrabenazine

Rabeprazole

Methotrexate

Voriconazole

Mercaptopurine

Nilotinib

Pazopanib

Ruxolitinib

Tamoxifen

Temsirolimus

Thioguanine



Psychiatry

Amitriptyline

Amphetamine/ Dextroamphetamine

Asenapine

Bupropion

Cariprazine

Chlorpromazine

Citalopram

Clomipramine

Clozapine

Desipramine

Dextroamphetamine

Diazepam

Doxepin

Escitalopram

Fluoxetine

Fluvoxamine

Guanfacine

Haloperidol

Imipramine

Levominaciparan

Lisdexamfetamine

Lurasidone

Nefazodone

Nicotine

Nortriptyline

Olanzapine

Paroxetine

Perphenazine

Quetiapine

Risperidone

Sertraline

Thioridazine

Trazodone

Tirmipramine

Vilzodone

Vortioxetine

Aripiprazole

Venlafaxine

Rheumatology

Urology

Allopurinol

Fesoterodine

Cevimeline

Tamsulosin

Lesinurad

Methotrexate

Tofacitinib

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