You will need to send your raw data to a genetic analysis tool, or a professional who is trained in genetics read the data in order to interpret it.
To simply look and see whether a SNP is present, you can search the raw data.
You can search for any SNP by RSID number, starting with "RS".
- If NO results appear, that means we do not test for that SNP.
- If results appear with a dot (".") in the genotype column, then that means there was no call (no variation found).
- If results come up with a genotype (letters), then those are your variant allele(s), meaning there is a SNP found. The letters in this column represent the variations in this particular gene.