I am considering using Nebula Genomics for inexpensive full genome characterizations. Frustrated at how often a SNP of interest is not characterized by 23andme or one of its competitors. Anyone have experience with getting Nebula data uploaded to Livewello? And it is apparently low-pass which I think means potential error. Any comments? Should I wait for other companies with higher quality analysis?
I have a particularly uncommon neurological issue that I used 23 & me to try to sort out. It did help to a small extent. However, the greatest help I have had is from a University that is doing a genetic study on this disease. They told me that 23 & me was a really low level dive, so they wanted a blood or sputum sample from me to perform another one. When they didn’t find what they were looking for, they purchased a more sophisticated machine and did a deeper dive “pass”. They still haven’t found what they are looking for, so they have asked for the DNA of my remaining living relatives. So, after all that preface, I would say that the best bet is to identify what in particular you are looking at, then find a University or hospital that is studying that genome. Then become part of their study. It’s free and they explain it !!!
yes, that would be great! if people have relatives that are willing, i don’t…
I also have a rare Autoimmune neurological condition, thank you for this information , I will try and find a University rese.
arching the genetics of it.