BBC NEWS | Science/Nature | DNA 'could predict your surname'
Online article from the BBC describing how forensic scientists might use DNA from a crime scene to predict a suspect's surname in the United Kingdom.
DNA Takes on a Family’s Mysteries
An MSNBC report.
DNA traces famous ancestor
Detailed article from MSNBC.
Genetic Genealogy: Using DNA Testing for Family Research
Speaker's notes and audience handouts summarized from a presentation by David Bradford to the Rock County Genealogical Society, March 15, 2005.
How much of your genome do you inherit from a particular ancestor?
Blog post by gcbias, from the Coop Lab Population and Evolutionary Genetics, UC Davis.
How to do an AncestryDNA test WITHOUT spit
Blog post describing an alternate method of collecting a sample for AncestryDNA (or 23andMe) for those who cannot produce enough saliva.
Recent Common Ancestors of All Present-Day Indivdiuals
Statisitcal analysis to determine the number of generations back to a most recent common ancestor.
Sense About Genealogical DNA testing
An article following up on the Sense About Science briefing on genetic ancestry testing which explains how DNA testing can be used effectively for genealogical purposes.
Surnames and the Y Chromosome
Abstract from the The American Journal of Human Genetics.
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