circular wrote:anotherdreamer wrote: There is one gene CETP rs5882 (g/g allele is best) that is able to modify the risk of apoe4
anotherdreamer, do you know which if any direct-to-consumer genetic tests (including the version #) includes this if you run it through Promethease or look at raw data? I have a 'superfile' at Promethease and it's not coming up.
I did mine through 23 and Me and found it on my raw data through their site. From what I've read, neither Ancestry nor 23 and Me does your entire genome. So it doesn't mean you don't have it but that they didn't sequence that part. To be sure, you'd probably have to go through a company that does the entire genome. My sisters also got their DNA done through 23 and Me but it isn't showing up for them either.