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Q:  What can I learn from my gene variance report?

ag5zfnJlc291cmNlLXFuYXITCxIGQW5zd2VyGICAgIDVzoEJDA Livewello FAQs Question: What can I learn from my gene variance report? Answer: Your #Livewello gene variance report is a graphical representation of your genetic raw data, displayed as a color coded chart. You can start learning by reviewing the phenotypes colored as red for homozygous, and yellow for heterozygous. Even though these SNPs appear as "abnormal phenotypes" on your report, this does not necessarily mean that you will manifest the associated disease. It is still a good starting point to learn more about these health conditions that may affect you. Your report has 5 columns: SNP, rsID, Minor Allele, Genotype and Phenotype. Data in each of these columns has hyperlinks which take you to sites with more information pertaining to each SNP. - Links in the SNP column take you to a #Livewello SNP Summary page. This page includes a definition of the gene obtained form NCBI's gene database and from Genetic Home Reference. Some SNPs will also have disease and treatment information obtained from Medline. The page also connects you to several authoritative web sites such as PubMed, OMIM, Genetic Home Reference, Ensembl, Google Scholar, Wikigenes and SNPedia. - Links in the rsID column take you directly to a SNPedia page containing more information about the SNP. - Links in the Minor Allele column take you directly to dbSNP, an NCBI database, with specific information about this SNP. - For users with 23andMe raw data, links in the genotype column take you to 23andMe's raw data browser As always, seek advice from a lisenced health practitioner experienced in genetics and epigenetics. http://resqua.com/100005927200207/what-can-i-learn-from-my-gene-variance-report

Your #Livewello gene variance report is a graphical representation of your genetic raw data, displayed as a color coded chart. You can start learning by reviewing the phenotypes colored as red for homozygous, and yellow for heterozygous. Even though these SNPs appear as "abnormal phenotypes" on your report, this does not necessarily mean that you will manifest the associated disease. It is still a good starting point to learn more about these health conditions that may affect you.

Your report has 5 columns: SNP, rsID, Minor Allele, Genotype and Phenotype. Data in each of these columns has hyperlinks which take you to sites with more information pertaining to each SNP.

- Links in the SNP column take you to a #Livewello SNP Summary page. This page includes a definition of the gene obtained form NCBI's gene database and from Genetic Home Reference. Some SNPs will also have disease and treatment information obtained from Medline. The page also connects you to several authoritative web sites such as PubMed, OMIM, Genetic Home Reference, Ensembl, Google Scholar, Wikigenes and SNPedia.

- Links in the rsID column take you directly to a SNPedia page containing more information about the SNP.

- Links in the Minor Allele column take you directly to dbSNP, an NCBI database, with specific information about this SNP.

- For users with 23andMe raw data, links in the genotype column take you to 23andMe's raw data browser

As always, seek advice from a lisenced health practitioner experienced in genetics and epigenetics.

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