Genomic DNA from my Aunt, who passed 4 years ago, sequenced on Illumina
All the technical steps my deceased Aunt’s DNA had to go through before the actual process of sequencing her genome.
A summary of the pioneering experience with direct-to-consumer genetic testing myself and my family went through.
Extraction process of DNA in hair from a deceased relative to understand how this genome sequencing can inform health risks in living relatives.
DNA sequencing of my relative who passed away 4 years ago.
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