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Q:  On my gene variance report, I see +/-. Is one placement the mother and one the father? If so, which is which?

ag5zfnJlc291cmNlLXFuYXITCxIGQW5zd2VyGICAgMCilYoKDA Livewello FAQs Question: On my gene variance report, I see +/-. Is one placement the mother and one the father? If so, which is which? Answer: The plus (+) and minus (-)signs indicate the presence or absence of a mutation at a SNP. The signs are not arranged in any particular order. The only way to tell which is from which parent, is to compare your genotype with the genotype from both parents. If you are +/- for a SNP and your mother is +/+, then it means your father must be -/- #Livewello http://resqua.com/100005927200207/on-my-gene-variance-report-i-see-is-one-placement-the-mother-and-one-the-father-if-so-which

The plus (+) and minus (-)signs indicate the presence or absence of a mutation at a SNP. The signs are not arranged in any particular order. The only way to tell which is from which parent, is to compare your genotype with the genotype from both parents. If you are +/- for a SNP and your mother is +/+, then it means your father must be -/-

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