“This is where we are in the era of personal genomics: some modest amusement, a few interesting tidbits, a bit of useful information, but mostly the promise of much better things to come. The more people are allowed–encouraged, even–to experiment, the sooner that promise can be realized.” – Misha Angrist (in http://www.technologyreview.com/biomedicine/21250/) circa 02008

Company URL Jurisdiction Cost Service
23andme https://www.23andme.com/ US ~399 USD “23andMe looks at nearly 600,000 SNPs (single nucleotide polymorphisms), scattered across the 23 pairs of chromosomes that constitute the human genetic sequence. We also look at a few thousand places on the mitochondrial DNA, an odd loop of genetic material outside the nucleus that is involved in producing energy for the cell.”
navigenics http://www.navigenics.com/ US >2,500 USD “whole genome scan and a personalized report, as well as a year’s worth of ongoing updates”
deCODEme http://www.decodeme.com/ IS ~900 USD “a comprehensive genome scan and online analysis of your unique DNA profile by scanning one million variants in your genome.”
knome http://www.knome.com/ US >350,000 USD “whole-genome sequencing and a comprehensive analysis from a team of leading geneticists, clinicians and bioinformaticians.”
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