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DNA is baffling.
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In a nutshell...

What makes Rightangled DNA tests different to others on the market?

We don’t just provide you with reports based on your DNA. In addition to that we have an online platform to connect you to qualified specialists. These specialists review your genetic reports while taking your unique lifestyle into consideration.

This is because your genetics alone are not enough to give a full view of your future health or inner metabolic processes. The environment and your daily lifestyle have a big influence on the way our genes are expressed.

We believe that to deliver the best and most accurate DNA test, we need specialists to decode the interaction between your genetics and your unique environment. We thrive to deliver reports with unique action plans to help our users achieve their optimal health and fitness goals.

How much is a DNA test?

The prices for DNA tests vary. You can compare our DNA tests prices and reports included by clicking here. Pick the one that best fits what information you’re personally looking for.

Who is Rightangled?

We are a healthcare provider for genetic screening and diagnostic services, registered and regulated under the Care Quality Commission in England. 

Backed and funded by the West Midlands Academic Health Science Network during our early stage, we provide DNA testing services through an online platform. Where we connect our users with healthcare and wellness professionals. 

Our mission is to personalise healthcare, therefore making precision medicine available and affordable.

How can I talk to someone after receiving my report?

If you’d like specialised advice, you can book an appointment from your online portal with any of our partner specialists (cardiologists, general practitioners and personal trainers).

For general enquiries you can chat with a member of our support team using the chat system on the bottom right corner of this page.

How accurate is the DNA test?

We have partnered with ISO accredited labs that adhere to high standards of quality assurance and quality controls. 

Our gene panel list is assayed through a genotyping technology that uses competitive allele-specific microarray technology, which enables highly accurate bi-allelic scoring of SNPs (99.8% accurate) and indels (insertions and deletions), at specific loci across a wide range of genomic DNA samples. This limits the risk of false-positive and false-negative results. 

After this analysis the reports are reviewed by our specialist partners, along with your provided health profile. This makes sure we achieve an accurate assessment for each individual and that we can deliver personalised action plans on what you can do next.

How do you protect my data?

We take data protection and customer privacy very seriously. Our policy is to NEVER sell or share our users data with any profitable 3rd party organisation. To read the highlights of our privacy policy, please visit our Data Protection page.

To you...

What is included in the DNA test kit?

All our kits come with an instruction manual, a saliva collection tube and a pre-paid label to ship the sample to our lab. Once your results are ready, and our specialists have reviewed them, you will get access to your reports from your personal online portal.

I took a DNA test with 23andme, can I upload my results and access Rightangleds reports?

Yes, if you’ve done a DNA test with 23andme, you can upload your raw results onto our system. You will then receive tailored insights about your health, diet, metabolism, sugar sensitivity, food intolerances, the way you respond to exercise and much more. All our reports come with a medical and fitness review from specialists. To upload your results please visit our 23andme page here.

Can I order more than one kit?

Yes, you can order as many kits as you’d like. However, you can only register one kit per user.

What is the GDPR?

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has been in the works for a long time. Drawn up by the EU, it strengthens the data rights of EU residents and harmonises data protection law across all member states, making it identical. It increases the potential fines organisations face for misusing data, and makes it easier for people to discover what information organisations have on them. In essence, it seeks to bring more transparency to people about what data organisations collect about them, and what those organisations use it for, as well as enabling people to prevent unnecessary data collection.

Will my data be stored securely?

Yes. We are the only UK genetic testing company that is regulated by the Care Quality Commission "CQC" and registered with the Information Commissioner's Office "ICO". We are fully compliant with GDPR and all our data is encrypted and secured. And we never share any data with third parties, for more details regarding our privacy policy please visit our explanatory page here.

Can I purchase a DNA kit as a gift?

Yes, you can purchase a kit as a gift for someone. They will then need to register that kit online and fill out their health profile.

How do I reset my password?

You can reset your password by clicking ‘Forgotten your login details’ on the login page. Enter the email address you use for your Rightangled account and we will send you an email to reset your password.

How do I access my results?

Once your sample has been analysed and reviewed, your results will be available in your online portal. You can access them by logging in via our website.

How do I register my kit?

Once you have received your kit, you will need to register it’s unique barcode number on our website. You can then create an account. Please visit to register your kit.

How do I place an order?

You can place an order on our website and we’ll send the kit to you by post. Or you can choose to collect the kit at one of our partners’ facilities.

Further info...

What comes with the purchase of the DNA test kits?

We provide you with the substantial marketing collateral (info pack, brochures, poster, electronic marketing, Point Of Sale Stand), so you are able to communicate the value of DNA testing to your customers.

I feel like I don’t know enough about how DNA testing works to inform my customers.

We can provide you with white papers and literature if you would like more understanding of the science behind our tests.

Will I need to interpret my customers results?

No, we will assign a Health Care Professional to the patient and they will give their assessment in a way that is easy to understand. All the information explaining the reports are found online in our portal, with links and references for further information if they want to know more. Furthermore, the patient has the option of booking a follow up appointment online with our partnered HCP if they have any questions related to their report.

How will stocking this kit benefit my pharmacy?

A Pharmacy is an ever changing landscape. There is now more emphasis on providing services rather than purely dispensing prescriptions. Part of this reason is the decreasing margin to be made in dispensaries. Stocking our kit provides you with an attractive margin in the current climate and enables you to have a deeper level of conversation with your patients, increasing patient satisfaction and loyalty. Research by Price Waterhouse Cooper reveals that an increasing number of consumers are willing to pay for aspects of their treatment such as diagnostic and basic tests and interventions if they get value for money alongside convenience and access. Additionally, pharmacogenomics is the future of medication management and prescribing, and by offering this you will give your pharmacy a competitive edge and a point of difference, as well as be a frontier with this technology.

How does this fit into the services I provide in my pharmacy?

Heart DNA test; this DNA test can be offered as a part of health checks, Medication Usage Reviews or other in-house screening services. Our Heart DNA test can be useful for people with cardiovascular conditions that are unsure about their medication. Or people who have family history of cardiovascular diseases.

Fitness DNA test; this kit can be sold as an adjunct to weight loss services you may provide or as a part of a health check. It will be interesting for people who are looking to improve their fitness and diet. And for anyone who wants to know about foods they're intolerant to and which exercises work best for them.

Our Wellness Pro test combines both these tests.

What are the storage conditions and shelf life of the DNA tests?

Our kits are compact (20cm x 15cm x 2.2 cm) and have no specific storage conditions. They have a long shelf life of 5 years.

How does the Heart DNA test differ from a regular health check customers can get from their doctor?

Our test looks at genetic markers which are linked with a higher risk to develop certain cardiovascular conditions as well as asking about family history and lifestyle. Patients are informed of risks before they are symptomatic and are empowered with knowledge and an action plan to minimise those risks. Current health checks measure blood glucose, blood pressure and blood cholesterol. Patients are often only made aware of their increased cardiovascular risk when they are already showing symptoms.

Further info...

Is the test covered by insurance?

Our inherited thrombophilia testing is covered by Bupa. This diagnostic test enables you to predict an increased risk of venous thrombosis by testing for factor V Leiden, prothrombin G20210A. It also tests the risk of arterial thrombosis by testing homocysteine and folate metabolism, through testing of MTHFR gene as well. 

If you would like to refer patients to us, please feel free to email us at

What’s the evidence behind the DNA tests?

Our Heart DNA test covers 24 genetic reports that are based on qualified and accepted research, the scientific evidence is based on Genome Wide Association Studies (GWAS) and on large scale Meta-analysis studies. In addition, all markers and interpretations in our pharmacogenetic tests are based on internationally accepted and recognised guidelines, such as those adopted by the FDA and found on the prescription guidelines for anticoagulant drugs. Lastly, all our reports and interpretations have been reviewed by genetic counsellors from Guy’s and St Thomas' Hospital.

How can Rightangled DNA tests enhance my patients experience?

A positive patient experience is an important goal, this includes patient adherence to medical advice, better clinical outcomes, improved patient safety practices and lower utilisation of unnecessary health care services. The evidence on using precision medicine in drug prescription have highlighted increased patient satisfaction and improved drug compliance due to increased confidence by patients in their prescribed treatment. Our test would also help the practice to retain existing patients and improve patient loyalty, as well as attract new patients by offering a competitive advantage represented by our personalised medicine approach.

How does the test change my clinical decision making?

We do not change your clinical decision making. We do support you for a more objective risk assessment, by combining the patient genetic risk profile and environmental risk factors. We offer your patient access to the full information related to the gene tested, the condition, the drug and all the resources used to write the report for a full understanding. Also, patients can book an appointment or a phone call with our partner doctor to follow-up on his/her results.

How do you protect patient data?

We only keep data for as long as we need to in order to provide our service and/or for as long as we have the patients permission to keep it. Patients data will only be stored within the European Economic Area (The EEA). Anonymised data/patient characteristics are kept to assure quality control, improvements and research.

Data security is of great importance to us, and to protect patients date we have put suitable physical, electronic and managerial procedures in place. This helps us to safeguard and secure data collected through our site. Steps we take to secure and protects data include but are not limited to: data held in a secured database server, protected by a dedicated firewall. All data are secured over 2048 bit SSL in the UK. Notwithstanding the security measures that we take, it is important to remember that the transmission of data via the internet may not be completely secure and you are advised to take suitable precautions when transmitting data to us via the Internet.

Where are you selling DNA test kits at the moment?

We’re currently working with various pharmacies across the UK, leading private clinics in London and a number of international distributors in the Gulf region.

Where can I access the reports of my patients?

All your patient's accounts are linked to your portal, so you can access any of your patient's results directly from your dashboard.

Where are your analyses made?

At Eurofins labs in Denmark and the US. We also work with ISO accredited labs in the UK.

What are your certifications and regulations evidence?

We’re a CQC registered healthcare provider for screening and diagnostic procedures, we are regulated by the Care Quality Commission in England, and our service has been backed and funded by NHS England. All our partner labs are ISO accredited and engagement follows clearly defined service agreements with all suppliers and logistic partners.

What type of analysis are you using?

Our genotyping is done through bead-chip based microarrays. We will analyse your sample through a genotyping technology that utilises competitive allele-specific bead-chip array, which enables highly accurate bi-allelic scoring of SNPs (99.8% accurate) and indels (insertions and deletions) at specific loci across a wide range of genomic DNA samples (SNP and indel assay conversion rate 90%). This way we limit the risk of false-positive and false-negative results.

Can I do only the test that I want within all the reports that you propose?

Please get in touch with us to discuss your requirements in more detail and we will aim to deliver the service that best suits your needs.

What do you add to my current practice?

By using our DNA tests you incorporate a new approach to personalised care through validated and evidence based genetic testing.

We support your clinical decision making by offering your practice a more objective risk assessment for CVD and VTE and a more accurate management of your patients treatment outcomes.

By using our DNA tests you incorporate a new approach to personalised care through validated and evidence based genetic testing.

We support your clinical decision making by offering your practice a more objective risk assessment for CVD and VTE and a more accurate management of your patients treatment outcomes.

What is the value of the Heart DNA test in the primary care setting ?

The emphasis in primary prevention is shifting from high-risk prevention to prevention at any level of CVD risk, with the focus on behavioural risk factors. We offer your practice a more objective risk assessment for CVDs in the aim to reduce it.

Also, we offer the possibility to optimise patient treatment aiming to eliminate side effects and help deliver the most efficient drug to the right patient.

When do I need to refer patients to you for thrombophilia testing ?

Inherited thrombophilia testing can be used for asymptomatic patients with family history in thrombophilia. It can also be used for a symptomatic patient for DVT or PE, or when a high risk of thrombosis is increased, for example during pregnancy, through oestrogen therapy from combined oral contraceptives or hormone replacement therapy, risk of obesity, fractures and major orthopaedic surgery. This test is covered by Bupa and available for all eligible patients.

How much time does it take to get my results ?

Once the sample is sent back, the lab will analyse it and the results will be available in 2 to 4 weeks.

When will I receive the kit after ordering ?

You will receive your kit by post in 2 to 3 business days.

How can I implement your Heart DNA test into my practice helpfully?

It can be used as a prevention measure to assess the risk of CVD. You can propose a Heart DNA test during a risk assessment consultation. It can also be used to optimise treatment for patients already on medication.

Which medical team are you working with ?

We operate out of our headquarters in Shoreditch, London. We also have a branch office in Austin in the United States. The company’s board of directors is led by some of the leading cardiologists at St. George’s, University of London and Barts Heart Centre in London as well as world renowned medical consultants from UCL Medical school, the Royal Free and Guys & St. Thomas Hospitals.

Can I review the Heart DNA Test reports as a GP?

We are currently working with GPs to review patient reports through our online platform. On this platform, you will have access to the health profile of your patients (which is the same set of questions as QRisk and JBS3) and their genetic predisposition. We support all our partners with all educational materials to teach them how to review reports.

Which patients will benefit most from the Heart DNA Test?

Our cardiac screening test would be most beneficial for patients with a family history of cardiovascular disease. It would also be very useful for patients with existing cardiac conditions, who would like to learn more about their conditions and their genetic risk profile of how they develop such conditions. And of course anyone who would like to have a screening test to know more about their heart health and to undertake further physical examinations whenever a high risk is identified. Our drug response test is best suited for patients with existing conditions and/or for patients who are about to start medication, and the practitioner would like to optimise their treatment through personalisation and precisely identify their response to certain drugs beforehand.

Inherited thrombophilia testing can be used for asymptomatic patients with family history or when a high risk of thrombosis is increased. This risk is increased during pregnancy, oestrogen therapy from combined oral contraceptives or hormone replacement therapy, obesity and fractures and major orthopaedic surgery.