Kidney gene panel
Renasight is a test to determine if there is a genetic cause for an individual’s kidney disease or if there is an increased hereditary risk due to family history. The test uses a blood or saliva sample to test 382 genes associated with chronic kidney disease (CKD). Results are available in approximately 3 weeks.
Discover more about your kidney health
Results from a genetic test can provide information to better manage your disease. Early detection can help provide management strategies for you and your family and, in some cases, slow the progression of kidney disease.1
What you can learn from a Renasight test
- The underlying cause of your chronic kidney disease (CKD) and its risk of progression.
- Insights on personalized CKD treatment options care options such as guidance on medication or referrals to other specialists.
- Potential risk to family members and benefits of earlier detection.
- Clinical insights on common and less-frequent inherited conditions such as Polycystic Kidney Disease (PKD), Alport syndrome and Fabry disease.
How to get started
Your provider orders the Renasight test.
Provide a blood or saliva sample.
Review your results with your provider in about 3 weeks.
Commitment to affordability
The Natera team is here to help you with any billing or reimbursement questions at +1 650.425.4005.
Is Renasight right for you?
Contact us to find out.