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National Geographic Geno Project Update – July 18, 2020 DNA Saturdays

I checked National Geographic Geno 2.0 sign-in page today https://genographic.nationalgeographic.com/results/signin and they finally removed my results. I get redirected to https://www.nationalgeographic.com/sorry/genographic. It’s a shame as I hoped they would keep the results for longer as they originally indicated last year when … Continue reading

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National Geographic Geno Project Update – July 2, 2020

As I was bored and had some time on my hands yesterday and today, I decided to see if National Geographic (NatGeo) – National Geographic Geno Project Results Being Removed June 30, 2020 – DNA Saturdays June 27, 2020 had removed … Continue reading

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National Geographic Geno Project Results Being Removed June 30, 2020 – DNA Saturdays June 27, 2020

I originally posted this article June 2019 – National Geographic Geno Project DNA Ending, but National Geographic (NatGeo) is removing the data from their website on June 30, 2020. If you used either FamilyTree DNA (FTDNA) or Helix to process … Continue reading

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Genographic Project Participants: Last Chance to Preserve Your Results & Advance Science – Deadline June 30th — DNAeXplained – Genetic Genealogy

If you’re one of the one million+ public participants in the National Geographic Society’s Genographic Project, launched in 2005, you probably already know that testing has ceased and the website will be discontinued as of June 30th. Your results will … Continue reading

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DNA Testing Uses Up a Portion of Each DNA Sample Submitted – November 29, 2019

For spit kits, collect your spit within 30 minutes or less, ideally in 20 minutes or less. That’s not something made clear by the companies unless you know where to look – Suggestions on How to Optimize Spit Kit Collection … Continue reading

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DNA Updates – October 2, 2019

Going to be a few DNA posts over the next day or two. That’s in addition to the ones posted yesterday and today. Updated Genealogical DNA Testing Companies and Current DNA Sales October 1, 2019. For example, MyHeritageDNA – https://www.myheritage.com/dna has … Continue reading

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National Geographic Geno Project DNA Ending

I was in the middle of working on my Current June 2019 DNA Price post (should be up later today) when I saw that National Geographic was no longer offering DNA kits, either on their website or Helix‘s website. The … Continue reading

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When you’re not you — The Legal Genealogist

The joys of living on the DNA cutting edge It’s a bit disconcerting when your DNA tells you you’re … um … not you. At least, … 850 more words via When you’re not you — The Legal Genealogist. Cite/link to … Continue reading

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How to Create a DNA Superkit for DNA Test Results – A Segment of DNA YouTube Video

I have tested at 23andMe, FamilyTree DNA (FTDNA), AncestryDNA, and Geno 2.0 as well as transferring my results to WeGene, DNA.Land, LivingDNA, and MyHeritageDNA. I haven’t tried this yet, but it sounds interesting – How to Create a DNA Superkit … Continue reading

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Conflicting Participant Numbers Between Geno 2.0 Next on Two Different Sections of Their Website

Once I was able to get my passwords reset for National Geographic’s Geno 2.0 and Geno 2.0 Next, I saw the following participant number after logging into both accounts: 1 of 992,092 participants It took a while for them to … Continue reading

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