No. The new StrateGene Genetic Test is way more comprehensive than either Ancestry or 23andme. Here’s what we mean: If you ran your Ancestry or 23andme raw data through our new StrateGene Report, you would have about 40% of the SNPs missing from the report. Why? Because 23andme and Ancestry do not test for these important genetic SNPs. StrateGene Genetic Test does. We custom built our genetic test to include very important researched genetic variants. Your best option is to utilize the many years of research that went into the StrateGene Genetic Test.
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- Who is StrateGene ideal for?
- What are the major differences between the old StrateGene Genetic Analysis Tool Report (using 23 and Me or Ancestry) and the new StrateGene Genetic DNA test?
- Are there age limitations for StrateGene?
- How many total SNPS and genes are evaluated with StrateGene?
- Are there restrictions on countries or USA states that can order it?
- Can I use my raw data from AncestryDNA or 23andMe through the new StrateGene Report?
- Can I take the StrateGene DNA Test if I have a major immune disorder or disease, such as cancer?
- Can I do StrateGene if I am pregnant or breastfeeding?
- Will StrateGene report on the "Super Seven" Genes as outlined in the Dirty Genes book?
- Will the StrateGene Report give me supplement recommendations?