genotyping

What’s Your Type?

July 21, 2015
We are all unique, and knowing our genotypes at specific places in our genomes may give each of us a better understanding as to why. with an alphabet made up...
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A Conversation With 23andMe’s Arnab Chowdry

May 23, 2014
This interview is part of an occasional series of profiles introducing you to the people behind 23andMe’s compelling research. In his previous scientific life, Arnab Chowdry received a   SmileTrain...
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23andMe’s New Custom Chip

November 18, 2013
23andMe will soon be genotyping customers with a newly designed custom microarray chip. The new version – along with completion of additional lab space – will ultimately improve both the...
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Behind the Scenes at the Lab

June 06, 2013
See what happens to your saliva sample at our partner laboratory. A new video shows the finely tuned process that turns the DNA in your saliva into the genetic information you see when you log in to your account at 23andMe.
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The Connection Between Air Travel and Blood Clots

August 08, 2012
Are you a jetsetter? Long-distance air travel increases a person’s odds of developing a blood clot, a condition known medically as venous thromboembolism (VTE) and dubbed in the media as...
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Genetics and the Risks from Traumatic Brain Injuries

May 16, 2012
23andMe founder and CEO Anne Wojcicki talks about new research into genetic factors correlated with risk for degenerative brain disease in response to traumatic brain injury.
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23andKids: Growing Up Genotyped

October 28, 2008
Photo by Hsien-Hsien Lei, Eye on DNA. “Data, data, data! I want to see my data!” sang my 7-year-old, jumping around the kitchen, strumming his air guitar. What on earth...
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