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Ancestry DNA

DNA Testing Centre’s  Genetic Ancestry Analysis tests autosomal DNA inherited from both your maternal and paternal ancestors. Your test results identify the individual populations and DNA Tribes® World Regions where your unique DNA profile is most common, including a detailed comparison of your results to genetic data from African, Asian-Pacific, European, Middle Eastern, Native American, and South Asian populations. Our reference database containing over 1,200 populations from around the world.

Your DNA matches can include populations in line with your recent family genealogy. However, the genetic history of world populations began long before genealogical records. For this reason, your DNA matches can also express genetic traces of more ancient links between world populations through shared origins, migrations, and trade. These ancient genetic links are explored in various archived Digest articles, available once the tests have been done. Since 2006 the lab we use has performed the most comprehensive analysis of world genetic structure. We will  explore the genetic links among populations around the world, challenging longstanding scientific and cultural notions on ancestry and identity.

Your  results are delivered by email in a printable PDF Genetic Ancestry Report.

Your cost $295

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The populations currently in our database:

  • African
  • Australian Aboriginal
  • East Asian
  • European
  • Native American
  • Near Eastern
  • South Asian
  • Modern diaspora populations from around the world

European and Near Eastern Regions:

  • Aegean: The Aegean Islands, Sardinia, Italian Peninsula,
    and Lower Danube River.
  • Arabian: The Arabian Peninsula.
  • Iberian: The Iberian Peninsula, Pyrenees Mountains, and
    Balearic Islands.
  • Levantine: Egypt and Eastern Mediterranean.
  • Mesopotamian: Anatolia, the Caucasus Mountains, and
    nearby parts of Western Asia.
  • North African: Berber and Arabic speaking populations of
    the Atlas Mountains and Sahara.
  • Northwest European: The British Isles, Scandinavia, and
    continental Western Europe.
  • Slavic-Baltic: Slavic, Baltic, and Uralic speaking populations
    of Central and Eastern Europe.

  • Native American Regions:
  • Amazonian: Amazonian: Native cultures of the Amazon River
    Basin.
  • Andean: Peoples of the Western South America, including
    the territories of the historical Inca Empire.
  • Arctic: Paleo-Siberian, Athabaskan, and Eskimo-Aleut
    speaking cultures of Far East Siberia, Alaska, and Canada.
  • North Amerindian: Salishan, Athabaskan, Siouan, and
    Algonquian speaking cultures of North America.
  • Desert Southwest: Seri, Athabaskan, and Uto-Aztecan
    speaking cultures of Oasisamerica, including the
    Southwestern United States and Western Mexico.
  • Gran Chaco: Peoples of the Gran Chaco (“Great Hunting
    Land”) of South America.
  • Mesoamerican: Bribri, Mayan, Mixe-Zoque, Oto-Manguean,
    Purepecha, Totonacan, and Uto-Aztecan speaking
    populations of Mexico and Central America.
  • Modern Populations of Mixed Native American Ancestry:
    The mixture of Native American ancestry with other ancestry
    (such as European or African) is expressed in match scores
    for
    Metis-Mestizo genetic grouping (not shown). This mixture
    is most typical of modern Latin America
    Mestizo (“mixed”)
    cultures that have emerged since the period of European
    Colonialism, but can also be found in English and French
    speaking (
    Metis) populations of North America.
  • Sub-Saharan African Regions:
  • African Great Lakes: The Great Lakes region surrounding the
    Great Rift Valley in eastern Africa.
  • Horn of Africa: The eastern African lands along the Red Sea
    and Gulf of Aden that face the Arabian Peninsula.
  • Sahelian: Populations near Lake Chad and the semi-arid Sahel,
    home to Sahelian societies that emerged along Trans-Saharan
    trade routes linking West Africa with the Mediterranean and Near
    East.
  • Southern African: Khoisan and Bantu speaking populations of
    Southern Africa.
  • Tropical West African: A large region including parts of West
    Africa facing the Gulf of Guinea and Atlantic Ocean, as well as
    the Bantu speaking cultures of Southeastern Africa.

  • Central and South Asian Regions:
  • Eastern India: The eastern Indian Subcontinent.
  • Indus Valley: The Northern Indian Subcontinent and Southern
    Central Asia, including homelands of the Bronze Age Indus
    Valley (Harappan) and Oxus (Bactria-Margiana) Civilizations.
  • Siberian: Indigenous cultures of Siberia, including Turkic,
    Mongolic, and Tungusic speaking populations living between
    the Altai Mountains and Lena River.
  • South India: The southern Indian Subcontinent, including the
    Dravidian speaking peoples of Tamil Nadu and many other
    cultures.

  • East Asian Regions:
  • Japanese: The Japanese Archipelago.
  • Malay Archipelago: Island Southeast Asia, Thailand, and
    Cambodia.
  • Southeast Asian: Peoples of Southeast Asia, including peoples
    of Thailand, Vietnam, and neighboring countries, as well as
    ethnic groups of southern China.
  • Tibetan: The region including the Himalayan Mountains and the
    Tibetan Plateau and extends to the western provinces of
    modern China.
  • Yellow River: Han speaking populations of present day China,
    as well as Koreans and other ethnic groups living near the
    Yellow and Yangtze Rivers of classical East Asian civilization.

  • Pacific Regions:
  • Australian: Aboriginal peoples of Australia and Papua New
    Guinea.
  • Polynesian: Literally meaning “many islands,” this region
    includes linguistically related populations living in a vast area of
    the Pacific Ocean encompassing Samoa and New Zealand in
    the west to Hawaii in the east.
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