reports the genotypes for epsilon 2,3,4 they don't really mean the genotype stated. So,
when they say it is epsilon 33, it might actually mean epsilon 44. Does anyone on the forum feel that
epsilon 33 and epsilon 44 have essentially equal medical significance? Ancestry
.com has 8 million customers and is expecting to soon surpass 10 million.
Can you truly be THAT
dumb and still be THAT
The New Year is still young, though this has to be the stupidest thing of 2018 (I hope).
How could anyone top this? https://www.snpedia.com/index.php/Gs246
snpedia tried to provide the context for the Ancestry
results, though in this instance I
think it would be best to simply ignore the APOE epsilon genotype from Ancestry
How does telling people that they might have epsilon 33 genotype when they are actually
epsilon 44 provide useful information?