DNA Ancestry Testing Services
Have you ever wanted to discover your very own Geogenetic links? What better way to help you understand your ancestry testing and getting to know your own family history that an ancestry DNA test? At EasyDNA we have the sophisticated and user friendly ancestral origins DNA genealogy test to help you discover your roots. Whilst you might have an idea of your recent ancestors, you can only know your ancient, deep ancestral origins with a DNA test.
Our DNA Ancestry Test takes your DNA profile and compares it to hundreds of global populations and fourteen anthropological regions, whose combined genetic information is not only known but is studied and validated by the scientific community. Your genetic information is then linked with those populations and areas, after which the results are put on a high resolution map which clearly defines your very own geogenetic heritage, not only from a regional and geographical view, but also from a per-population view. All we need is an oral swab sample to help you unravel your ancient geogenetic origins and family lineage.
Click here to read A Beginner’s Guide to DNA Ancestry Testing which compares the different types of ancestry DNA tests we offer.
Your ancestry plotted on our map
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Once the Ancestral Origins DNA ancestry map is ordered, all DNA testing has the added advantage of renowned experience at one of the world’s leading DNA testing laboratories. The map is actually portioned into three major sections which are: Population Matches, Native Region Matches and Strength Indicators – let’s look into these three sections.
Population Matches: Your DNA is independently measured against every population in our database, highlighting just how well your profile corresponds with that of other profiles we have in our system. On the population match map, every population has a shape and colour, informing you which anthropological area the population belongs to and tracing respective migration patterns. Green is the strongest match; yellow shows an intermediate match and red means no match or a very weak match. Three special anthropological areas are also indicated, these are groups of scattered populations. Scattered populations refer to small groups of people spread or sparsely peppered over a big area rather than being clustered or grouped together in larger populations.
Native Region Matches: Here we manage a completely new set of calculations of which results are different to those from the ‘scattered population’ areas. Your native region matches will help find out which anthropological native area you have the strongest links to – green being the strongest match, other matches are shown in yellow. In this section of your ancestral genetic analysis lie your deep roots.
Strength Indicators: In your matched regions, the graph shows the collective strength of populations and the strength of each region in comparison to each other. In this way you not only find out just how strong individual populations are compared to the population match map. There is also a second strength indicator which looks at your native region matches, on a smaller scale, showing how every native region compares with other native regions that have also been matched.
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Every Ancestral Origins DNA Ancestry Map from EasyDNA is printed on photographic-quality five-dye printing process beautifully put onto glossy, high quality paper measuring 17 x 10.6 inches.
It goes without saying that the prints are well worth framing for full viewing at home. Every map is custom made and will have ‘Exclusively prepared for …..’ with your name also printed.
We offer a professional telephone interpretation once you receive your Ancestral Origins DNA Ancestry map and report. Consultation sessions are up to 15 minutes in length and are provided by telephone only. If ordered at the same time as submitting your samples for testing, the advanced purchase price per consultation session is $140. This service can be purchased after you receive your map for $150 per session. Consultation sessions may not be recorded or reproduced without the expressed written consent of EasyDNA.
Where do we get our information from?
- Our highly advanced partner DNA testing laboratories that have advanced DNA typing capabilities.
- Important and highly respected academic journals in the scientific field such as the Journal of Forensic Sciences (published by the American Academy of Forensic Sciences)
- Our FoGG DB™ ancestral DNA profile database