YFull News Update April 11, 2019

I received an e-mail from YFull today:

YFull Team offers a new service: analysis of mitoDNA FASTA files, showing matches, changing the tree and estimating an age of each subclade. Our MTree is based the last version of PhyloTree v17 (18 Feb 2016) with 5435 subclades. We have already added 3800 subclades more. Now we have 47500 commercial and scientific samples in our database. Send us your sample and we will develop the MTree even more. The cost of our analysis of only mitoDNA data is $25. The cost of the analysis of mitoDNA data and Y chromosome data remains the same $49. For all our previous clients with Y chromosome data we will analyze one file with his mitoDNA data for free. In the future we can change this price and offers. We recommend upload the results of mtFullSequence / mtComplete. For mitoDNA they are fuller and more accurate than NGS. https://www.yfull.com/orderm/ Former users need to use the Upload mtDNA page in the left menu of YFull account. Our MTree you can find at https://www.yfull.com/mtree

It’s good to see YFull offering mtDNA upgrade. I have e-mailed them a question as I had a full mtDNA test done by FamilyTree DNA (FTDNA) back in 2013.

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