Eye colour and genetic predisposition

A whole host of external features are determined in part by your DNA. One of these is your eye colour. We know, for example, that the so-called OCA2 gene is responsible for the difference between blue and brown eyes.

Eye colour and heredity

Scientists have not yet entirely resolved the question of which genes play precisely which role, but there is no doubt that heredity is one of the factors that determines your eye colour. You can therefore tell from your DNA how likely it is that your eyes will be a particular colour. 

Check how genetically likely your eye colour is

Would you like to find out the extent to which your eye colour tallies with your hereditary predisposition? If you request an iGene Passport, you will gain an insight into your own DNA profile within 6 weeks and will be able to check this straight away – as well as your genetic predisposition to various other external features, personal characteristics and hereditary diseases.


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As well as informing you about various personal features, an iGene Passport will also provide you with information on all kinds of hereditary diseases. In addition, you will receive targeted information that will help you to reduce the risk of contracting them. If you make use of our message service, you will continue to receive information based on the latest scientific insights.

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