Monthly Archives: July 2012

Working with 23andMe exome data: my CF allele and the need for verification

In my previous post, I described the summary report that accompanied my 23andMe exome sequence data, with summary statistics and the filtering scheme used to arrive at a list of 21 rare, moderate-to-high predicted impact variants. Here I will show … Continue reading

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A first look at my exome variants from 23andMe

About 5 months after I sent my saliva to 23andMe, I received an email that my exome results were ready. The data were in a large (4.2 GB) encrypted file folder, that could be opened only after I had downloaded … Continue reading

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