From ISOGG Wiki
Personal genomic tests typically scan a large number of genetic markers from throughout a person's genome. The results of such tests sometimes also provide genetic ancestry information along with phenotypic and medical assessments which indicate whether the tested person has an increased or reduced predisposition for certain diseases and traits.
- The Impact of Personal Genomics (PGen) Study
- Personal Genomics at Wikipedia
- Personal genomics tests A collection of resources from the CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)
- DNA Dilemma: Should I Take a Genetic Test? A week-long series of articles by Newsweek reporter Mary Carmichael with views and comments from a wide range of contributors including some ISOGG members