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TruDiagnostics Lab Guide

Who is TruDiagnostic?

Home to the largest, private DNA methylation database in the world, TruDiagnostic is a leading health data company and CLIA-certified laboratory that specializes in epigenetic testing and research. 
In partnership with notable biotech developers, researchers, and academic institutions, we are transforming the healthcare potential of epigenetic data into actionable applications. We aim to improve people's lives by arming patients and physicians with novel biological insights; enabling them to make the right lifestyle and medical decisions through information found in the fluid epigenome.
With the ability to analyze more than 1,000,000 locations on one's DNA, our TruAge biological aging tests provide the most in-depth results, and multi-omic correlations to accelerated aging. With a science first approach, our team only uses proven processes based on real evidence and real research that has been peer reviewed and published amongst the scientific community.

      Where is TruDiagnostic based, and how long have they been established?

      TruDiagnostic is based in Lexington, Kentucky in the United States of America and was established back in 2019. 

      How do TruDiagnostic ensure that their results are accurate, reliable and consistent?

      • Our 3rd generation aging algorithm, known as the DunedinPACE clock, is the only 3rd generation aging calculator currently available across all research, diagnostic, and commercial spaces.
      • All of our epigenetic age reports use scientifically peer-reviewed and published data and algorithms to both generate and interpret results.
      • We have created more than 15 unique algorithms through advanced artificial intelligence.
      • Our multi-omic aging clocks include data in proteomics, metabolomics, epigenetics, and phenotypes.

        What qualifications and licenses does TruDiagnostic have? 

        CLIA Certified. 

        TruDiagnostic is home to one of the largest, private databases of epigenetic methylation and covariate data.

        We have tested more than 17,000 consenting patients on the EPIC850k array, and have longitudinal methylation profiles available to share with research collaborators in order to co-publish findings.

        With 30+ clinical trials currently underway, and collaborations with renowned academic institutions such as Duke University, Harvard University, Yale University, Cornell University, University of California San Francisco, University of Pennsylvania, Ohio State University, and more, we continue to uncover valuable insight from epigenetic data.

        What is TruDiagnostic tests line?

        The Complete - Provides an objective measurement of ageing, and therefore risk of age-related disease, with over 850,000 CpG loci tested. The extensive epigenetic ageing reports and algorithms provide a comprehensive picture of biological ageing and health insights.

        The Pace  - Provides a cost- effective follow-up to the TruDiagnostic's Complete. TruAge PACE is for patients who want to track the progress of recent lifestyle, environmental, and medical interventions. It is responsive to intermediate change, often used in short intervals interventions to see what is working or not working for the patient. 

        Educational Resources: 

        You can watch TruDiagnostic's Introduction webinar by clicking here
        You can watch TruDiagnostic's OMICMmAge Case Study webinar by clicking here.
        You can watch TruDiagnostic's Intro To Epigenetic Methylation & Aging webinar by clicking here.

        Webinar recording:




        Download the slides here.


        Other research mentioned: 

        The Alzhemiers statistic is going to come from Dr. Matt Kaeberlin here 
        See his podcast here