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June 15, 2016:
Can my brother's son (my nephew) and I share less than 25% DNA? We were both tested and it shows us sharing 16% of our DNA which the test says makes us first cousins.
May 24, 2016:
Neanderthal DNA analysis has shown that they were very in-bred. Has the DNA of Homo sapiens shown that they too were very in-bred and if so when did in-breeding stop?
May 12, 2016:
My mother and I both had DNA tests and our results turned out a bit different. She is related to someone as a 4th-6th cousin and I am not. Since she is my mom, shouldn’t we both be related to her?
April 22, 2016:
I am a woman with two half-sisters and a half-brother. My half siblings are full siblings to each other. We share the same father and different mothers. Is it likely I am more related to my half-sisters than my half-brother?
March 15, 2016:
My cousin (who is 6 months older than me) and I are in love with each other. I heard that there may be a chance of genetic disorders in the next generation if we both marry.
Actually his father and my grandmother are brother and sister. My cousin had a problem with his eye...not a very big problem but one of his eyes is smaller.
Now if I marry him is there any chance of happening the same thing to my next generation?
January 7, 2016:
What is the best test for showing that two people are half siblings if only the two half siblings are available for testing?
April 15, 2015:
As a female, I am wondering how I am genetically related to my paternal grandfather. Since he gave my father a "Y" chromosome and I do not have one, is there other genetic information passed down in other forms?
March 25, 2015:
I am an identical twin. What percentage of genes do my children share with my twin sister's children?
January 13, 2015:
My cousin and I have dads who are brothers and mums who are sisters. We like to call ourselves double cousins or half-sisters. How closely related would we actually be?
December 16, 2014:
My mother who recently passed away was adopted at birth and I have been searching for her biological family. I recently received my results from Ancestry DNA and was matched with a gentleman it says is likely my first cousin. He is 83 however and I'm 30 so it seems like the age might be a little off for that to be the relationship. I'm just curious if it's possible for them to mistake him for a first cousin when there is a different relationship? Is it possible for him to instead be my mother’s sibling, my uncle? What other possible relationships could it be if any?