Epigenetics – a genetics branch that studies biochemical reactions that turn genetic expressions on and off. Influential factors such as: lifestyle, diet, active forms of nutritional supplementation are evaluated and selected according to patient’s predispositions. Epigenetics provides an immense insight into how diseases originate and develop, allowing us to pinpoint and directly address specific causes of symptoms.
Unlike genetic mutations that inevitably cause a disease, we test polymorphisms that serve as a predisposing factor. This allows us to develop powerful tools to meaningfully influence genetic predispositions. Quick reliable epigenetic tests are used to develop personalized patient protocols to ensure significant improvement of outcomes.
It is not about the brilliance of the test – it’s what you can do with the results.
We are not only committed to providing the highest quality of epigenetic testing, but also developing impactful personalized patient protocols.
At RCLIN we believe that molecular medicine is the key to personalized health, which helps to prevent and treat diseases much better than the “one-size-fits-all” approach. RCLIN's Center for Molecular Medicine provides patient-specific programs that work to address the underlying causes of diseases in the most effective and health enhancing way.
RCLIN is specializing in molecular medicine. Our multidisciplinary team of lab technicians and medical doctors, bio scientists and pharmacologists looks at physical, chemical, and biological make up of each individual patient to understand the unique cellular interactions and identify any molecular and genetic errors that may lead to or have already caused a disease.
It is our commitment to provide our patients with access to the best medical knowledge and technology available today. We believe in a multifaceted approach to every case, combining the knowledge of world’s leading doctors, bio scientists, research and laboratory experts, as well as tailored advice by the nutritionists and pharmacists.
There is a lot of talk about personalized medicine. Nevertheless, for many it is still not clear what exactly it means. People often ask: “What is personalized treatment?” At RCLIN, the answer is very simple – it is a treatment that is designed for an individual patient based on the detailed examinations of the patient’s genetic, molecular and cellular compositions and interactions.