Genome tools accessible for everyone!

We have tools that are easy and powerful enough for seasoned researchers, citizen scientists and ordinary citizens. Get a whole genome analyzed or check out one of our panels. Everything is anonymous and free!

Introducing GenVue Discovery

Genvue Discovery is an exciting new research tool that makes it easy for anyone to discover variants in a Whole Genome, 23andMe or AncestryDNA file. Genvue Discovery provides a user interface that's suitable for a seasoned research scientist, citizen scientist or an ordinary citizen. While this tool is powerful, we designed a straightforward user interface so anyone can start researching. All it takes is a little curiosity!

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Is my data compatible with Genetic Genie?

The genetic raw data interpretation and analysis services on this site require a 23andMe, AncestryDNA, MyHeritage, FTDNA (Family Tree DNA), Living DNA, HomeDNA, Genes for Good, WeGene (China), 23Mofang (China) raw data file or Whole Genome Sequence or Whole Exome Sequence (WGS/WES) VCF file. Our panels are also compatible with data from other consumer genomic companies as long as they are formatted like 23andMe data. For whole genome sequencing, we are compatible with data from Dante Labs, Veritas Genetics (no longer selling kits), Nebula Genomics, Gencove, Helix Exome+, Genos, and many others. Our new product, GenVue Discovery, is currently compatible with AncestryDNA, 23andMe and WGS/WES data as well as low-pass sequencing gVCF files.

While the popular consumer genomic companies genotype hundreds of thousands of pieces of genetic data (called SNPs) from your DNA, this only represents about 0.02% of the genome. While these companies try to choose the most important SNPs, the data is far from a complete representation of variation in the genome. The future is moving towards Whole Genome Sequencing and we recommend using Whole Genome Sequencing files with our tools.

While our tools are compatible with data from many consumer genotyping companies, some (or sometimes many) SNPs may be missing from panels depending on what company and chip version was used for genotyping. If you are looking to choose a personal WGS sequencing provider, we recommend looking at List of Personal Genome Sequencing and Interpretation Services from Harvard University. If you you are looking at consumer genotyping, we recommend AncestryDNA over 23andMe since AncestryDNA provides more clinically-relevant data.