User:Blainebettinger

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Public Genomes
Summary 23andMe v2 & v3, FTDNA Family Finder, Ancestry.com
Promethease report
Summary pooled together 23andMe v2 and FTDNA Family Finder
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Promethease report
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Platform 23andMe v2
Promethease report
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Platform FTDNA Family Finder
Promethease report
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Platform Ancestry.com
Blaine T. Bettinger

Blaine T. Bettinger, Ph.D. (born 1976) is an intellectual property attorney at Bond, Schoeneck & King in Syracuse, NY, and author of The Genetic Genealogist. He has released his raw data.

My report contains gs197, a genoset that I discussed at http://www.thegeneticgenealogist.com/2010/01/07/personalized-genomics-a-very-personal-post/ as indicating an increased risk of type-2 diabetes.


Testing Experiences[edit]

I have written about my 23andMe testing experience at:

Genetic Testing With 23andMe

Genetic Testing With 23andMe - Ancestry Testing


I have also written about my Family Tree DNA Family Finder testing experience at:

A Review of Family Tree DNA’s Family Finder – Part I

A Review of Family Tree DNA’s Family Finder – Part II


Ancestry Testing[edit]

Admixture Tests:

2003 AncestryByDNA: 88% European, 12% East Asian, 0% Native American, 0% Asian

2009 23andMe: 97.89% European, 1.84% Asian, 0.27% African

2009 deCODEme (using 23andMe results): 87% European, 9% East Asian, 4% African

2010 FTDNA: coming soon

2010 BGA Analysis (courtesy of Dr. Doug McDonald (appears to agree very closely with my 23andMe results):

Europe 92.9% Oceania 0.6% America 3.6% Africa 1.4% E. Asia 1.3%

Europe 87.4% S. Asia 8.0% Oceania 0.2% America 3.3% Africa 1.0% E. Asia -0.1%

Europe 83.8% Mideast 5.2% S. Asia 7.1% Oceania 0.2% America 3.3% Africa 0.4% E. Asia -0.1%

Note that the Mideastern and S. Asian percentages are normal for western Europeans using this analysis. For example, on the middle panel, a northwestern European measures about 9% S. Asian, and on the third panel they typically measure 4.5% Mideastern and 8% S. Asian.

The first Ancestry.com example in SNPedia