Hi Justonemore,Justonemore wrote:I’m sorry about asking a question so early in my joining. I was scrolling around and saw a comment about the subject. On 23 and me it’s my understanding that the test only shows my moms side showing the apoe4. It’s my fathers side that it is very prevalent with so many close relatives in two generations. Are there genes I have that do not show up in those reports. Meaning that I can have more than my maternal line I don’t know about?
https://customercare.23andme.com/hc/en-us/articles/235201447-Getting-Started-with-the-Haplogroup-ReportsDue to their unusual pattern of inheritance, the mitochondrial DNA and the Y chromosome contain information about your maternal and paternal lines, respectively. But together, they make up less than 1% of all your DNA, and only represent a small fraction of your ancestry.
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