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Get Your DNA Test, Thanks In Part To Google

     
8:22 pm on Nov 19, 2007 (gmt 0)

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Google Inc-funded 23andMe launched on Monday and began offering a DNA saliva test for $999 per person, which would help U.S. users of the online site learn about disease risk, inherited traits and their ancestry.

Eventually users, who sign up for the saliva test online and receive it by mail, will also be able to participate in research.

Get Your DNA Test, Thanks In Part To Google [reuters.com]

At $999, I can think of a few other things to spend the money on.

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How long until they introduce a "DnaRank" complete with toolbar?
10:17 pm on Nov 19, 2007 (gmt 0)

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Check who links to your DNA!
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Just so long as we don't start arguing over how Google passes DNAJuice.
5:48 pm on Nov 20, 2007 (gmt 0)

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This doesn't work. I just spit on the Google search box and it didn't do a thing.
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This doesn't work. I just spit on the Google search box and it didn't do a thing.

Hahaha, brilliant!

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How do we protect the information from getting into the hands of the "if we think you're likely to win, we won't let you play at our casino" insurance companies?
5:33 pm on Nov 21, 2007 (gmt 0)

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How do we protect the information from getting into the hands of the "if we think you're likely to win, we won't let you play at our casino" insurance companies?

Make sure all your samples include the "nofollow" attribute.
 

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