[Update (August 2017): see also my Personal Genome Project report (PDF)].
The human genome SNP database currently has around 20 million known SNPs but most have unknown consequences.
So, here are the highlights: overall I guess I was pleased and relieved! The impact on family? Well, I share half of my alleles with my siblings, my parents and my children (and I'm uncorrelated with my wife). So extrapolate with care .. we're none of us clones.
I was a bit surprised to find that my paternal lineage appears to be from Ireland! We had traced my great-great-grandfather up to Oldham, Lancs where he was a Hatter (see here also). I think we had supposed the Oldham Seels were Anglo-Saxon, but the Y-chromosome is pointing instead to Ireland. On the maternal side, it seems my mother's maternal ancestors are solidly Atlantic coastal celts.
Click on images to make them larger.
|Clare says just by appearance - Neanderthal is obvious!|
The site itself has masses of detailed results and research reports which will keep me occupied for a while.