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Take a tour of Genebase and learn about its features.  Find out how you can trace your ancestry with DNA and work together with your family members to uncover multiple branches of your family tree.

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Welcome to Genebase
Find out how you can trace your ancestry with DNA and work together with your family members to uncover multiple branches of your family tree.
 
All people have 23 pairs of chromosomes, 46 in total.
Participants must have DNA markers obtained through DNA testing.
SNPs markers are slow mutating markers which are often examined in deep ancestry analysis to trace human history from thousands of years ago.
The DNA Ancestry Project is a online database built on a Web 2.0 platform which connects genealogists from around the world and facilitates genetic genealogy research through user to user...
This forensic quality database allows you to compare your ancestral DNA markers to indigenous DNA from over 148 populations from around the world to find out which ethnic groups and geographic...
Links to download a PDF copy of the mtDNA and Y-DNA Guidebook are provided.
A look at our ancient ancestral roots from tens of thousands of years ago.
Mutations are changes in DNA which happen naturally and are the basis for evolution.
The DNA Ancestry Project Database contains a dynamic collection of genetic genealogy information.