Request Genetic Analysis

Our DNA is a unique blueprint that holds the keys to our health, heredity, and potential diseases, discoverable through genetic testing. DeBio Network now enables users to utilize their DBIO tokens to request a range of services within their locality, including Whole Genome Sequencing (WGS). This comprehensive analysis deciphers the sequence of all nucleotides in an individual’s DNA, identifying variations across the genome.

In the past, DNA sequencing efforts often missed parts of the genome. However, thanks to significant advancements in DNA sequencing technology and scientific research, it's now possible to sequence an entire genome from start to finish. These advancements not only allow for more detailed DNA interpretation but also accelerate the identification of genes linked to common diseases, enhancing our understanding of genetic information.

To align with these technological strides in human genome sequencing, DeBio is introducing a new feature called “Request Genetic Analysis.” This innovative service enables customers to request a genetic or DNA analysis from a verified Genetic Analyst on the DeBio dApp, using their uploaded genome data. This service aims to provide users, who have undergone testing in previous years, with a more comprehensive and detailed interpretation of their genetic data, potentially leading to better treatment options.

The following outlines the workflow for the Request Genetic Analysis process.

Currently, Genetic Analysts have been added to our system through a manual onboarding process. However, this process will be automated moving forward. Genetic Analysts will just need to stake DBIO tokens to activate their status and offer services on the DeBio Network.

Before becoming active, all Genetic Analysts on the DeBio platform will undergo a thorough vetting and verification process conducted by DeBio's Bioinformatics Advisors. Once approved, they are eligible to provide their services through DeBio.

Services available on the DeBio platform are intended solely for research, informational, and educational purposes.

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