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    Quote Originally Posted by Duarte View Post
    Hi Salento,
    LOL. I uploaded it on 7/29/2019, when I got the new results from the “MyHeritage Ancestry + Health” kit. The “status” since then was “no matches had been found”. After I saw @KingJohn's post, I visited the site out of curiosity and saw that they changed the Dashboard completely and the status of my kit changed to “testing”. What you need to do now is to order a free purchase and then you will receive an email like this:

    I believe that once you receive the email, your results will appear in about an hour, as occoured in case of @Tardisblue.
    Cheers :)
    PS: Soon after I paid for the upload and received an email as follows:

    In less than two hours everything was ready

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    Thanks, I did it :)
    Got partial results,
    but when I click on it they want money.
    In my case, getting a new Kit with the new Chip is a much better deal.

    I’ll think about it.

    from AncestryDNA raw-data:


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    Nice 👍
    Can you post the full map
    Regards
    Adam

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    Living DNA results

    Quote Originally Posted by Salento View Post
    Thanks, I did it :)
    Got partial results,
    but when I click on it they want money.
    In my case, getting a new Kit with the new Chip is a much better deal.

    I’ll think about it.

    from AncestryDNA raw-data:


    Hello Salento. I agree with you. The best alternative is to purchase a new kit for testing with the new chip. All the "big" ones in the market updated their chips in 2019.

    This was the case of Gene by Gene (FTDNA) and MyHeritage, for example. Since the beginning of March 2019 MyHeritage DNA done an upgrade to a new and more advanced DNA chip.

    The chips that now is used for reading DNA samples in their lab and converting them to digital data are developed by Illumina, a company considered to be the “Intel” of DNA processing. These chips are produced with very sophisticated technology. They are not electronic chips but are made of glass slides harboring millions of tiny beads. Each bead is coated with synthetically generated DNA strands of about 50 nucleotides each that serve as probes. When the DNA of a customer is placed on a chip, it binds with the probes and generates an optical signal that is read by laser using lab devices produced by Illumina. This is a simplistic description of what goes on behind the scenes at the lab. See the video below:



    Until recently, MyHeritage DNA tests were processed using Illumina’s Omni chip. To provide their customers with a more robust and powerful analysis, they decided to upgrade to a new and more advanced custom-designed version, based on Illumina’s Global Screening Array (GSA) chip. The process of designing the content of the new chip and working with Illumina for them to manufacture it for them took more than a year.

    My results displayed in 28th july, 2019 already were processed using Illumina’s Global Screening Array (GSA) chip. Because of this I believe that the raw data I uploaded to LivingDNA is more accurate and, at least for me, LivDNA results must be considered precise, even beeing an upload of data raw of another company.

    Cheers :)


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    Quote Originally Posted by kingjohn View Post
    Can you post the full map
    Regards
    Adam
    Map from the free upload:
    (I see Carusu in shiny armor ... 😉 )




    Edit: off topic - del...
    Last edited by Salento; 15-11-19 at 20:22.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Duarte View Post
    Hello Salento. I agree with you. The best alternative is to purchase a new kit for testing with the new chip. All the "big" ones in the market updated their chips in 2019.

    This was the case of Gene by Gene (FTDNA) and MyHeritage, for example. Since the beginning of March 2019 MyHeritage DNA done an upgrade to a new and more advanced DNA chip.

    The chips that now is used for reading DNA samples in their lab and converting them to digital data are developed by Illumina, a company considered to be the “Intel” of DNA processing. These chips are produced with very sophisticated technology. They are not electronic chips but are made of glass slides harboring millions of tiny beads. Each bead is coated with synthetically generated DNA strands of about 50 nucleotides each that serve as probes. When the DNA of a customer is placed on a chip, it binds with the probes and generates an optical signal that is read by laser using lab devices produced by Illumina. This is a simplistic description of what goes on behind the scenes at the lab. See the video below:



    Until recently, MyHeritage DNA tests were processed using Illumina’s Omni chip. To provide their customers with a more robust and powerful analysis, they decided to upgrade to a new and more advanced custom-designed version, based on Illumina’s Global Screening Array (GSA) chip. The process of designing the content of the new chip and working with Illumina for them to manufacture it for them took more than a year.

    My results displayed in 28th july, 2019 already were processed using Illumina’s Global Screening Array (GSA) chip. Because of this I believe that the raw data I uploaded to LivingDNA is more accurate and, at least for me, LivDNA results must be considered precise, even beeing an upload of data raw of another company.

    Cheers :)
    Ok Duarte, You’ve convinced me to get the new MyHeritage Kit instead.

    if I don’t like my results, I’m going to totally blame you! LOL

    (Seriously)


    Precise or not, I already tested with LivDna.




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    Salento That is so cool👍
    Acording to the map you score some west balkan region
    a remmants from messapi 🤔😉

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    Quote Originally Posted by kingjohn View Post
    Salento That is so cool
    Acording to the map you score some west balkan region
    a remnants from the Messapi
    Propably:




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    Quote Originally Posted by Salento View Post
    Ok Duarte, You’ve convinced me to get the new MyHeritage Kit instead.

    if I don’t like my results, I’m going to totally blame you! LOL

    (Seriously)


    Precise or not, I already tested with LivDna.



    Hi Salento.
    You still have a chance to think about it. Next I post all supported ethnicities:

    If you still want to purchase the Kit, please, don't kill me if the results do not suit you. LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by kingjohn View Post
    Salento That is so cool
    Acording to the map you score some west balkan region
    a remmants from messapi
    some more Messapi, maybe.


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    LivDNA = Malarkey

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    Quote Originally Posted by Salento View Post
    LivDNA = Malarkey
    An Irish-American slang word meaning "*******". Most notably used by U.S.

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    I was originally given 1.2% Pashtun, but took this to indicate ancient Aryan ancestry from the Steppe, as since R1a Y-DNA is typically East European and K mtDNA goes all the way to China. My percentage has since updated to 100% European with the free sample test.

    Also, it would appear to be whatever DNA doesn't fit into the majority, because that for me is British Isles and especially England, but the other amount given me was Aegean at 7.6% and that wouldn't seem to fit either. That's been updated to Balkan blood for someone else posting here who still has a full account, but this shows up for me on MDLP and not Eurogenes.

    Whatever I have from across the shores of the North Sea and Channel are too alike to be so distinct enough for their own percentages. I am roughly 65.625% or 21/32 Germanic and 34.375% or 11/32 Celtic by Ancestry DNA and My True Ancestry, whose calculators are tuned to Eurogenes, even though Eurogenes itself doesn't place Celtic high unless this includes Cornish or Orcadian.
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