Celebrate Genealogy Day

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Genealogy Day

Genealogy Day is celebrated on the 2nd Saturday of March.

How to Celebrate Genealogy Day

Start a new hobby today and start researching your ancestry and genealogy. Learn your ancestry with one of the test kits below!  Did you come from Europe? What percent Neanderthal are you? What famous people are you related to? Meet cousins you never knew you had! Are you prone to any health problems because of gene mutations? These are just some of the questions that the tests below will answer for you!

Ancestry DNA: Genetic Testing – DNA Test

AncestryDNA is a new DNA testing service that utilizes some of the latest autosomal testing technology to revolutionize the way you discover your family history. This service combines advanced DNA science with the world’s largest online family history resource to predict your genetic ethnicity and help you find new family connections. It maps ethnicity going back multiple generations and provides insight into such possibilities as: what region of Europe are my ancestors from, or am I likely to have East Asian heritage? AncestryDNA can also help identify relationships with unknown relatives through a dynamic list of possible DNA member matches.

23andMe Genetic Analysis Service – Saliva Collection Kit

Your DNA analysis is performed in US laboratories that are certified to meet CLIA standards-the Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments of 1988. How it Works. Provide your saliva sample from home. Mail it back to our lab in the same kit it came in-the postage is pre-paid. Quality Standards. A CLIA-certified lab must meet certain quality standards, including qualifications for individuals who perform the test and other standards that ensure the accuracy and reliability of results. We use leading technology to genotype your DNA-a custom Illumina HumanOmniExpress-24 format chip.





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