Combo DNA Ancestry Test
Discover your ancestry by testing your mtDNA and Y-DNA (males only).Explore your genetic makeup and discover where your ancestors came from.. Uncover the secrets of your family tree with our Combo DNA Ancestry Test. Our simple and painless buccal swab collection kit allows you to quickly and easily collect a sample from inside your mouth. With every test, you’ll receive a full genetic report that includes all of the details you need to start tracing your family tree.
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Collect your DNA with our painless mouth swabs, then send the samples to our laboratory for analysis
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Can females take the mtDNA test?
Yes, both males and females inherit mtDNA from their mother so both males and females can take the mtDNA test to trace their maternal lineage.
Can females take the Y-DNA test?
No, only males have Y-DNA so only males can take the Y-DNA test. Females wishing to trace their paternal lineage must test the Y-DNA of a male family member such as a father, brother, male cousin or nephew who is on their direct paternal line. Both males and females can take the mtDNA to trace their maternal lineage.
What is the significance of mtDNA HVR1, HVR2 and Coding Region sequences?
mtDNA is unique because it is passed down strictly along the direct maternal line (from mother to child). Only females can pass their mtDNA down to their children, so even though both males and females have mtDNA, only females can pass their mtDNA down to the next generation. The maternal line inheritance pattern of mtDNA means that your mtDNA is inherited directly from your matrilineal ancestors (mother’s, mother’s, mother’s…. maternal lineage). The matrilineal inheritance pattern of mtDNA means that all people who have descended from the same maternal lineage as you will have exactly the same mtDNA as you.