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Kinda both. It pin pointed me from Ireland, Sweeden, and then Russia/Finland region.
Daniel Smith
· September 25, 2017
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It comes with a collection tube in which you produce about 1/4tsp of saliva. Then you screw a cap on the tube which releases a blue colored stabilizing liquid into the tube. It's hard to say how accurate the results are, since there aren't many other options to compare it to, but most of the results that you are sent h… see more It comes with a collection tube in which you produce about 1/4tsp of saliva. Then you screw a cap on the tube which releases a blue colored stabilizing liquid into the tube. It's hard to say how accurate the results are, since there aren't many other options to compare it to, but most of the results that you are sent have a documented 2%-10% (apprx.) margin of error. see less It comes with a collection tube in which you produce about 1/4tsp of saliva. Then you screw a cap on the tube which releases a blue colored stabilizing liquid into the tube. It's hard to say how accurate the results are, since there aren't many other options to compare it to, but most of the results that you are sent have a documented 2%-10% (apprx.) margin of error.
Aaron Wells
· January 5, 2016
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At the top of the page where it says "In Stock" or "Out of Stock" it tells you who is selling an item. In the case of kits sold by Ancestry on Amazon (currently for $99.00) it states "Sold by AncestryDNA Official and Fulfilled by Amazon." The kit on this page "Ships from and sold by Lowest Priced Tests." So this compan… see more At the top of the page where it says "In Stock" or "Out of Stock" it tells you who is selling an item. In the case of kits sold by Ancestry on Amazon (currently for $99.00) it states "Sold by AncestryDNA Official and Fulfilled by Amazon." The kit on this page "Ships from and sold by Lowest Priced Tests." So this company is selling kits for a markup. see less At the top of the page where it says "In Stock" or "Out of Stock" it tells you who is selling an item. In the case of kits sold by Ancestry on Amazon (currently for $99.00) it states "Sold by AncestryDNA Official and Fulfilled by Amazon." The kit on this page "Ships from and sold by Lowest Priced Tests." So this company is selling kits for a markup.
A. Davis
· October 8, 2016
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I have match that link back 9 generations to the common ancestor. Genetic genealogy has been incredibly helpful in breaking through brick walls. It's a great add to the genealogy toolbox! We've had people test with 23andme, Family Tree DNA and AncestryDNA. They're all very helpful for genealogy! I recommend that you … see more I have match that link back 9 generations to the common ancestor. Genetic genealogy has been incredibly helpful in breaking through brick walls. It's a great add to the genealogy toolbox! We've had people test with 23andme, Family Tree DNA and AncestryDNA. They're all very helpful for genealogy! I recommend that you buy the AncestryDNA test, do the free transfer to Family Tree DNA to get more matches, and also upload to GEDmatch for even more matches. I find 23andMe least helpful for genealogy. Fewer people who test there link their trees, and few respond to messages. see less I have match that link back 9 generations to the common ancestor. Genetic genealogy has been incredibly helpful in breaking through brick walls. It's a great add to the genealogy toolbox! We've had people test with 23andme, Family Tree DNA and AncestryDNA. They're all very helpful for genealogy! I recommend that you buy the AncestryDNA test, do the free transfer to Family Tree DNA to get more matches, and also upload to GEDmatch for even more matches. I find 23andMe least helpful for genealogy. Fewer people who test there link their trees, and few respond to messages.
Dee
· April 21, 2017
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Yes.
Dahbee
· November 8, 2016
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Quite possibly. https ://thinkprogress.org/ancestry-com-takes-dna-ownership-rights-from-customers-and-their-relatives-dbafeed02b9e
Briana N.
· November 28, 2017
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Ordered an electric throw for my 89-year-old (basically recliner bound) mom who is always cold.
Sandra L Sansing
· July 22, 2019
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They can search there database for people with similar backgrounds and you can choose to make contact with them if you wish. Similar, to how you can share your genealogy research / family tree.
McQ
· December 30, 2017
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Ancestry DNA tests you and gives you results based on the last few hundred years of genetics. It will also match you with living relatives who have also submitted DNA to AncestryDNA. Nat Geo 2.0 will test and give you results over the last 500,000 years and give you historical matches in your DNA to historical figures … see more Ancestry DNA tests you and gives you results based on the last few hundred years of genetics. It will also match you with living relatives who have also submitted DNA to AncestryDNA. Nat Geo 2.0 will test and give you results over the last 500,000 years and give you historical matches in your DNA to historical figures rather than living relatives. Geno 2.0 will do a 3-in-1 test and give autosomal, mtDNA and Y-DNA (if you're male) results whereas AncestryDNA will only provide autosomal results. see less Ancestry DNA tests you and gives you results based on the last few hundred years of genetics. It will also match you with living relatives who have also submitted DNA to AncestryDNA. Nat Geo 2.0 will test and give you results over the last 500,000 years and give you historical matches in your DNA to historical figures rather than living relatives. Geno 2.0 will do a 3-in-1 test and give autosomal, mtDNA and Y-DNA (if you're male) results whereas AncestryDNA will only provide autosomal results.
Caasi
· December 30, 2018
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No Medical information will come from this company test. If you want that information you must contact another company.
Joyce T.
· December 9, 2015