Full Genomes DNA Company

Update: I added YouTube link that I found that was mentioned in a Facebook group about Full Genomes long read test: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SJnI8I9WitE&t=2814s&fbclid=IwAR1JYOfw3U_UkRs-GPEyP7iKoAmWpkqpVsy5aV9BFhT1sbts703M9wbfqL4 (look at around 39 minutes, 57 seconds for the discussion if you don’t see it initially).

I would like to thank Justin Loe, CEO of Full Genomes – https://www.fullgenomes.com/ for letting me about a price change on one of their products. I haven’t tested with Full Genomes yet, but it’s on my Bucket List. From many others who have tested with the company, the reviews tend to be positive by a large margin.

Here are links to the different tests they offer:

They offer BAM file analysis if you have a BAM file from another company.

Here’s their Q&A link: https://www.fullgenomes.com/qanda/.

They don’t offer autosomal testing like some of their competitors, but if you have a BAM file from Full Genomes, you could create an autosomal kit that could be used in a pinch. I posted about it a while back, but you are going to need some either an IT background or a friend with some good tech skills to get it to work.

I checked out Justin‘s bio on Google Plus and he has something in common with another blogger I follow: Jamie of https://applegategenealogy.wordpress.com/. They both attended University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. I talk about it being a small world and here’s a good case. That’s not counting my North Carolina roots which are mostly Outer Banks or slightly inland from the Outer Banks.

Here’s a Facebook group for Full Genomes: https://www.facebook.com/groups/fullgenomesY/.

A link to ISOGG‘s wiki: https://isogg.org/wiki/Full_Genomes_Corporation.

If you have tested with Full Genomes, it’s possible to upload your Y-DNA results to YFull – https://yfull.com/ for comparing with others who have tested with a company that provides a BAM file. YFull is a different company than Full Genomes, but it’s one of the few sites where you can do Y-DNA comparisons between testers who have Y-DNA tested at different companies.

The below is listed in my Current January 2019 DNA Sales post. It’s not a full price list, but if you click the links in the bullet points, you can see prices and products that I haven’t covered.

Full Genomes (FG or FGC)https://www.fullgenomes.com/  No sales listed, but they may a sale they haven’t announced; with prices based on which test you order. Also, project discounts are available, but you would have to contact FGC for details and pricing. The prices here tend to stay the same, but occasionally they will offer sales or change prices so always check with FGC before ordering. Not available on Amazon.
Whole Genome Sequencing 30x $1295 CLIA available; also available: 15x $545
Y Elite Ancestry Test for Men $450
Analysis of Y BAM files – males only (starts at $50 for BAM file analysis with several other analysis options available – https://www.fullgenomes.com/analysis-and-more/)
Long Read Whole Genome $2,900.00
Whole Genome Sequencing 20x $750
Whole Genome Sequencing 5x $350.00
Exome Sequencing $525.00
Whole Genome Epigenome Sequencing 30x $1,800.00
DNA kits ($20.00) – doesn’t include any tests

About ICT Genealogist

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