The raw data contains 660,199 RSIDs spread across the entire human genome. StrateGene uses a microarray which looks at targeted variations on all genes. It is not a full genome genetic test.
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- How come the StrateGene SNP list is so different from what I am reading elsewhere online?
- How accurate are the COMT Haplotype speeds?
- How important is MAT1A in the SAM/methionine story?
- My COMT speed was different in a previous StrateGene report than what is being reported here in my new StrateGene. Why is this?
- What does “increased risk” mean?
- How can I find more information about a particular SNP?
- I see results reported as NA and/or NC. What does this mean?
- What is meant by "tag SNP"?
- Why are alleles for SNPs in genes such as SOD2, COMT, and MAO reported differently from other services such as Genetic Genie?
- My report is showing a COMT haplotype, however the "Advanced Tables" are missing my COMT SNPs. Where are they?