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  1. Thread: Dante Labs

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    Dante labs is so ridiculously slow I agree. But I...

    Dante labs is so ridiculously slow I agree. But I did get my data in the end and it looked good, matched SNPs with 23andme , results as expected etc
  2. I doubt the memories thing.... but did it say...

    I doubt the memories thing.... but did it say where the DNA came from? Like if they sample somewhere else, does it matter?
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    This discussion on very long ROH on reddit was...

    This discussion on very long ROH on reddit was also pretty interesting on that subject:
    https://www.reddit.com/r/ClinicalGenetics/comments/e1kxsh/uniparental_disomy_a_rare_genetic_phenomenon/
    I...
  4. MyHeritage stealing data over from promethease?

    I read this fairly unsettling post on reddit:
    https://www.reddit.com/r/promethease/comments/efxzcu/privacy_complaint_they_said_i_didnt_have_data_in/
    Basically it says that since the person once...
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    I don't understand --- if we can only detect...

    I don't understand --- if we can only detect family relations out to 4-5th cousins --- how can true-ancestry claim to detect it so far back? Isn't it more just a case of "you have roughly same...
  6. I think the paid advertisement is a really big...

    I think the paid advertisement is a really big problem in health genetics. I did like about impute.me that they actually publish scientific papers where they try to quantify the quality of what they...
  7. Thread: Dante Labs

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    This company is soooo slow. I got my kit all...

    This company is soooo slow. I got my kit all right, and paid, and returned - but I still haven't seen any results and it's been three months. Ok - maybe acceptable time-wise, but I am even unsure if...
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    "one of the ways GoT was unrealistic" Lol

    "one of the ways GoT was unrealistic"

    Lol
  9. Very interesting. Thanks for sharing

    Very interesting. Thanks for sharing
  10. If a common SNP is missing, like in above...

    If a common SNP is missing, like in above discussion from livingdna, then you can just impute it using e.g. impute.me or similar platform. Not possible for rare SNPs unfortunately. But almost all...
  11. When I hear those I always silently imagine them...

    When I hear those I always silently imagine them also saying "we want those sick kids to die" or something similar.
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    I've seen this genonmelink calculation before,...

    I've seen this genonmelink calculation before, but anyone knows how they actually calculate it? Like, what SNPs goes into it? IMO the quality of third party app calculations are really highly varied...
  13. Isn't it just meant to be "from 20 upwards*, like...

    Isn't it just meant to be "from 20 upwards*, like as in - 20 was their baseline and then they knew there was 1.28 fold increased risk per ten years older than 20 the father was.

    And now they...
  14. Don't worry, be happy ...oh, I see you already...

    Don't worry, be happy

    ...oh, I see you already are ;-)
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    Could be VPN? I use VPN. But yeah, off topic as...

    Could be VPN? I use VPN. But yeah, off topic as hell.

    But nice link, thanks. Interesting that this too have (some) genetic basis
  16. Don't put too much into how easy you can transfer...

    Don't put too much into how easy you can transfer data to and from the data providers. The different providers have vastly different APIs (program access points), and some of them up prioritize third...
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    Yes, it is the same test, only you pay for it at...

    Yes, it is the same test, only you pay for it at geneplaza (and get a nicer user-interface :-) )
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    Yes, there is no doubt that BMI has a large...

    Yes, there is no doubt that BMI has a large heritable component. Actually 23andme tests for all of these genes, because the study you link is based on genotyping microarray - and 23andmes products is...
  19. Yes, exactly. It's a very interesting paper on...

    Yes, exactly. It's a very interesting paper on the subject. The OP paper is also good, but I found this one easier to understand. Thanks for providing link. There should be a free version on bioarxiv...
  20. Search for "Genome-wide association analyses...

    Search for
    "Genome-wide association analyses identify 44 risk variants and refine the genetic architecture of major depression."
    (I'm not allowed to post links yet)

    It presents a less...
  21. In 2019, no one would even think of basing a...

    In 2019, no one would even think of basing a cardiovascular genetic risk prediction on just one SNP. For a common disease like that, there's literally thousands of SNPs affecting the trait. They...
  22. I think you may be reading the paper slightly...

    I think you may be reading the paper slightly wrong if you are looking for just these two or three SNPs - the point is that it is polygenic, as in hundreds or thousands of SNPs contribute to effect...
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    Commenting on this thread from early 2018,...

    Commenting on this thread from early 2018, because I find it incredibly interested to discuss in light of the Chinese Crispr babies. Certainly seems like reality overtook discussion
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    It seems like the whole "the gene for X" is...

    It seems like the whole "the gene for X" is getting really old, now that practically all common(ish) diseases have multitudes of known associated genes. Interesting.
  25. Wish you good luck!

    Wish you good luck!
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