Category Archives: DNA

Don’t Do This at Home: Extracting DNA Using Vodka Experiment

Unusual DIsclaimer: I don’t recommend extracting DNA in this manner. As another blogger pointed out, there isn’t much you can do with DNA extracted in this way. You can also use rubbing alcohol in place of vodka.  I saw this … Continue reading

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Feline DNA Testing Company – Animal DNA Diagnostics (U. K.)

As I said in an earlier blog post – (add link here), here’s a company that tests feline (cat) DNA – Animal DNA Diagnostics: . It’s located in the United Kingdom (U. K.); I didn’t see many that were available … Continue reading

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Wisdom Panel 3.0 Canine DNA Test

A few years ago, I jokingly talked about testing cat (feline) and dog (canine) DNA. When I typed it in my least favorite search engine, I came up with a number of DNA companies that test canine and/or feline DNA. … Continue reading

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How Often Should You Blog?

This is a personal decision. Of the 300+ bloggers I follow, it varies greatly. Some only post a couple of times/month (as in 1-2/month or 1-2/week) and others post dozens/day, usually it’s somewhere in the middle. One cheat you can … Continue reading

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Ethnicity DNA Results Don’t Match Your Paper Ethnicity?

This is one of the most common complaints or questions I see in various social media groups, mostly Facebook, although it sometimes crops on Twitter. The usual explanation, by a very large margin, is the science isn’t there yet. That’s … Continue reading

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Protected: Alphabetical List of DNA Testing Companies

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Mitochondrial DNA Bulldozes Brick Wall — DNAeXplained – Genetic Genealogy

I’m doing that happy dance today – leaping for joy – and am I EVER glad I’ve sponsored so many mitochondrial DNA tests. Today, I’m incredibly thankful for one particular DNA test. Think mitochondrial DNA doesn’t work or isn’t effective … Continue reading

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