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My Genome (scan), My Life April 13, 2011

Posted by ramunas in cancer genetics.
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Today is a good day. I can not imagine a better day than personal birthday (and forthcoming DNA Day) to share my personal genome scan information, which you can find in the cloudy GitHub HERE* [GenomeScan_RJv2].
This is quite low density profile generated through 23andMe v.2 genotyping on Illumina Hap550+ array while a year ago.
I would appreciate any insightful information anyone will find there :)

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*This information is shared under Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported license.

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1. cariaso - April 13, 2011

http://www.snpedia.com/index.php/rs17646946(A;A)
non curly hair as shown at http://www.flickr.com/photos/cariaso/2660841772/

also a common variation which you may find interesting
http://www.snpedia.com/index.php/Rs17602729

but since you put it in Excel format, you chopped your 500k+ snps into only the top 65k. Please consider reposing RAW data, undamaged by Excel.

2. ramunas - April 20, 2011

thanx Mike – already fixed and got on the cloud in .txt format. enjoy :)

3. Opening your genome to the public « ScienceRoll - April 20, 2011

[...] Janavičius, a clinical geneticist (MD) and blogger at Cancer Genetics, just made his genomic data open to the public. The Personal Genome project did the same with 10 volunteers. An excerpt from the entry of Ramunas: [...]

4. Opening your genome to the public | Science Report | Biology News, Economics News, Computer Science News, Mathematics News, Physics News, Psychology News - April 20, 2011

[...] Janavičius, a clinical geneticist (MD) and blogger at Cancer Genetics, just made his genomic data open to the public. The Personal Genome project did the same with 10 volunteers. An excerpt from the entry of Ramunas: [...]

5. David Haas - January 12, 2012

Hi,
I have a question about your blog. Please email me!
Thanks,
David

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