top of page

The GI Effects Stool Profiles are a suite of advanced stool tests that provide immediate, actionable clinical information for the management of gastrointestinal health. Utilising cutting-edge technologies and biomarkers, these profiles offer valuable insight into digestive function, intestinal inflammation, and the intestinal microbiome. The overview pages make results interpretation quicker and easier, to prioritise treatment and assess microbiome status.

The GI Effects Stool Profiles can reveal important information about the root cause of many common gastrointestinal symptoms and non-GI conditions 

Find out more:

Metabolomix+: A Non-Invasive Personalised Nutritional Assessment

The Metabolomix+ is a unique combination of nutritional tests that provides an analysis of key nutritional biomarkers. A first morning void (FMV) urine collection, with optional add-on bloodspot finger stick and buccal swab, the Metabolomix+ nutritional test is a non-invasive, patient-friendly way to assess the functional need for antioxidants, B-vitamins, minerals, digestive support, fatty acids, and amino acids. Insights gained from the Metabolomix+ nutritional test allows clinicians to target nutritional therapies to meet the precise needs of their patients.

Find our more: Metabolomix+ | Genova Diagnostics | Europe (


A Personalised Approach to Healthy Aging

The Methylation Panel is an innovative test designed to offer insight into the critical biochemical methylation pathway. Methylation metabolites are measured using plasma and whole blood, and genetic single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) are analysed via buccal swab. Patient results are synthesised on a front-page Interpretation-at-a-Glance (IAAG) graphic for quick methylation status assessment. Within the report, results are shown in a methylation pathway graphic to provide a clear understanding of the biochemistry involved.


What is Methylation?

Methylation is a chemical process that happens billions of times per second in every cell of the body.1 Methyl groups are transferred and donated between many different molecules which change their structure and function. Methyl groups act like billions of switches which turn genes on or off, help regulate mood, detoxify hormones, produce energy, and promote healthy aging.

Vitamins, minerals, and amino acids from the diet are needed to keep this process running smoothly. There are also genetic factors and oxidative stressors which can affect how well this pathway works.2


Why is Methylation important?

  • Methylation is needed to create DNA and RNA and regulate gene expression.

  • It helps make creatine, which is needed for skeletal muscle contraction.

  • Methylation is involved in basic energy production, fat metabolism, immune responses, vascular health, and cell membrane repair.

  • It produces and metabolises neurotransmitters to regulate mood.

  • Methylation also works to neutralise toxins and hormones.

Find out more:

bottom of page