What happens to my AncestryDNA saliva sample when it arrives at the lab? Head of AncestryDNA, Ken Chahine, explains.
From passing through our automated DNA extraction system to entering a process called ‘genotyping’, there are a number of stages involved in processing your DNA saliva sample within our lab.
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