There are no major restrictions or conditions preventing you from taking the test. Customers must be over 18 years old. Do not collect your saliva right after you wake up, and until 30 minutes after you eat, drink, chew gum, smoke or kiss. Remember to read the instructions carefully.
The OMBucha DNA Test will provide you a detailed genetic profile of your health, nutrition, physical activity and geographical ancestry. It includes over 400 traits and indicators. The OMBucha DNA Test can be combined with the OMBucha Microbiome Test and information about your lifestyle for unique insights into your health that is not available elsewhere.
Atlas Biomed and OMBucha operates to the highest standards of information governance and customer privacy, as per our Information Governance Policy, including European Data Protection Regulation. The transmission of data is encrypted at the point of dispatch and receipt. Your data is stored in anonymised form on the Atlas servers in the United Kingdom, meaning […]
Yes, you can download the raw data that we use to interpret your results from your personal account. To do so, just click on your profile at the top right-hand corner of the page and select ‘Raw Data’.
The technologies used for Atlas DNA Test are 99.9% accurate. Our customers’ genetic data is analysed using DNA microarray technology from Illumina, a world leader in the field of in vitro diagnostics in a certified EU laboratory facility, accredited with ISO 17025.
Our partners at Atlas Biomed produce products that are a Medical Device registered with the MHRA (Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency) in the UK for distribution in United Kingdom.
A haplogroup is a set of minor changes in the Y chromosome or mitochondrial DNA that have consistently appeared for many thousands of years and point to a common ancestor. The remoteness of this ancestor can be calculated by the number of new mutations. Belonging to a haplogroup provides information about where your ancestors lived, […]
A risk factor is a biological trait or something in a person’s environment that increases the likelihood of developing a specific disease. As a general rule, diseases develop under the influence of a combination of risk factors, the number of which is on the rise. In the 1960s, there were about 1,000 known risk factors, […]