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Do you have this mDNA variant in your 23andme result? (v5 ship)

pattismith

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I wonder if this variant on 23andme is an error in the ship or a real variant.
The significance is unknown though...

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rs1603223603

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rs1603223603 RefSNP Report - dbSNP - NCBI (nih.gov)

"Wong Mito Lab, Molecular and Human Genetics, Baylor College of Medici - ClinVar - NCBI (nih.gov)
 

linusbert

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i do not have it.

what tool is this? enlis?
i dont know about enlis, the company seams dead, no updates, no contact. it just seams they have their software running like it was 10 years ago. no maintanence. i do not trust enlis. it shows me things nobody else does and i do not believe it.
also careful with genome version, there is 37 and 38 around. 23andme uses 37 afaik. often the same snp is complately reversed .. so a 37 bad gene could mean a normal 38 gene or around.. if the software does not account for that.
 
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pattismith

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i do not have it.

what tool is this? enlis?
i dont know about enlis, the company seams dead, no updates, no contact. it just seams they have their software running like it was 10 years ago. no maintanence. i do not trust enlis. it shows me things nobody else does and i do not believe it.
also careful with genome version, there is 37 and 38 around. 23andme uses 37 afaik. often the same snp is complately reversed .. so a 37 bad gene could mean a normal 38 gene or around.. if the software does not account for that.
you are right, probably an error from Enlis!
 

pattismith

Senior Member
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i do not have it.

what tool is this? enlis?
i dont know about enlis, the company seams dead, no updates, no contact. it just seams they have their software running like it was 10 years ago. no maintanence. i do not trust enlis. it shows me things nobody else does and i do not believe it.
also careful with genome version, there is 37 and 38 around. 23andme uses 37 afaik. often the same snp is complately reversed .. so a 37 bad gene could mean a normal 38 gene or around.. if the software does not account for that.
If you want to check your 23andme mitochondrial datas, you can do it yourself if you have some time.

You need to select a mitochondrial gene in your raw datas, and compare your variant with the datas in the mitomap website:

VariantsCoding < MITOMAP < Foswiki
 
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