Whole Genome Sequencing

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Whole Genome Sequencing

Whole genome sequencing is a laboratory method that “reads” or shows the exact sequence of all DNA bases (A, C, G, and T) in a person’s entire genome. The genome contains a person’s entire genetic code, meaning all of their genetic information. This includes genes as well as the areas of the genetic code that do not give instructions for making proteins (called “non-coding DNA sequences”).

My46 is an innovative web-based tool that enables individuals to manage their own genetic testing results.

Your genome is your entire genetic code or all of the DNA in a cell.

What My46 Means

Most human cells have 46 chromosomes that provide the genetic instructions for a body to live, grow, and develop.

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