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Your genetics could put you at risk for developing lung and/or liver disease linked to alpha-1 antitrypsin deficiency (AATD). Lets begin to understand more about this risk by talking about AATD and what you can expect to learn from the AlphaID At Home Genetic Health Risk Service.
Alpha-1 antitrypsin, or the AAT protein, plays a critical role in safeguarding the lungs. It is released by the liver, and the blood transports it to the lungs. When you have low levels of the AAT protein, you have a condition called AATD and your lungs are vulnerable to developing lung disease. This condition can also lead to a build-up of AAT in your liver, causing liver disease linked to AATD.
The AlphaID At Home Service is the only free*, FDA-cleared genetic health risk service that detects 14 variants in the SERPINA1 gene linked to AATD. These variants explain 95% of AATD cases. The service also determines your risk for developing lung and/or liver disease linked to AATD compared with the general population.alphaidathome.com/order-free-kit/
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