Explore the Past to Learn About the Present and Beyond
Where are You From?
With your DNA, we can see where your family is from, dating back more than 500 years. We can even break it down into vast regions, including East Asia, Europe, and Sub-Saharan Africa.
Your Ancestry Timeline – Tracing the Generations
Track where your family came from and where they went over the centuries! You can see just when your family’s genetic makeup changed.
A Social Network Backed by Science
The family extends beyond the biological and adopted! When you get your DNA tested, you can open the door to your DNA relatives – others who have similar DNA to you! Maybe they’re in the United States! Or, they’re across the globe. It’s fun to see where your genetic makeup has made its way and connect with others.
Meet Your Family’s New Addition!
You can opt even to meet your DNA relatives. This can shed light on your family’s story and connect distant relatives!
The Difference is in Our DNA
Our innovative technology lets you hone in on the details.
- Inheritance Tracing: Inheritance Tracing: See how populations were passed from generation to generation.
- Ancestry percentages to 0.1%: Get a better idea of the big picture by narrowing down your results. We provide estimated percentages down to 0.1%.
- Breakdown of Ancestry: We break down your DNA across 150+ regions worldwide
- Compare DNA Relatives’ Segments: See where your chromosomes overlap with others, helping you triangulate your family tree.
Map the Past
Discover the origins of your maternal and paternal ancestors and how they traveled. We report identifying maternal and paternal lineage by haplogroups, determining specific groups of individuals in the distant past. The catch: Women are only able to trace their maternal haplogroup. This is because the paternal haplogroup is traced through the Y chromosome ¬– which women don’t inherit.
You May Have a Little Neanderthal in You
Neanderthals vanished about 40,000 years ago, but their DNA continues to live on in us. Research says they interbred with humans around 60,000 years ago. We can even pinpoint specific Neanderthal DNA that is associated with traits that you might have – like height and back hair.
Make it a Family Affair
Get an even better look at your family history by getting the rest of them involved!