The tools to help you explore your individual
1600-3000 page report: modern search, over 2000 topics, major categories, filters, favorites,
social genomics. Instant processing and fast browsing of your data.
All built from scratch by algorithms.
Over 2000 diseases
Genotype-disease links to over 2000 diseases grouped in 15 major topics
Search a drug/disease/trait with a modern query formulation experience.
Relevant things first
Machine learned relevance model helping you discover what is important
Dynamically highlight possible interactions and interesting topics
Post/read comments from other users. Get updates on your favorite genotypes.
More than just diseases
Psychological traits such as resilience, stress response, empathy, etc.
Over 2000 diseases
794000 genotype-disease links to over 2100 diseases(topics)
We are data-mining genotype-disease associations from the existing scientific
literature. Currently we index about 794k links. We estimate the probabilistic weight of
the links to allow our rankers to sort the information when you are reading about a specific topic.
The topics are also aggregated in 15 major categories such as: AGING, CANCER, CARDIOVASCULAR, DEVELOPMENTAL, METABOLIC, REPRODUCTION ...
This is one of our mature, core features that we will continue to improve and update as new data appears.
Get the search experience and query formulation you would expect from
a modern search engine
Find the information you are interested in without reading the entire 1500 page report.
This is not just about big diseases like cancer: try searching for "aspirin" or "diet" and
see for yourself.
We run a full search engine stack for your genome: an inverted-index, a document re-ranker,
a spelling model and a type-ahead index to give you the search and query formulation experience you have now come to expect.
Relevant things first
Machine learned relevance model helping you discover what is important first.
Depending on what platform (bio-chip version) you used, your report will contain at
least 1600 pages and tens of thousands of genotypes. Reading everything is unfeasible
if you are not a domain expert. Our machine learning algorithms estimate the impact of each genotype
and will give you a personalized reading order. Things get even more interesting when we need to predict
the reading order for a fixed topic since most SNPs/genes influence multiple diseases.
This is one of the mature, core features we are constantly working on.
Allow our algorithms to highlight interesting topics and interactions
When multiple genotypes are indirectly impacting the same condition/trait in a
non trivial way, our semantic similarity algorithms may surface the interaction.
They can also highlight important stand-alone topics. The scientific literature
associated with each genotype is embedded into a low dimensional vector space where we
cluster and select some for you to read.
This is one of our experimental features that will get better over time as more people get
genotyped and bookmark what is important for them.
Ask & learn from others. Get updates.
Post and read anonymous comments from other users. Each genotype has its own feed where
you can ask questions and share your knowledge with others. You are not alone on this journey.
Bookmark your favorite genotypes to retrieve them later and to receive updates when new
information is available. All in an intuitive interface with a simple tutorial to get you started.
More than just diseases:
Orchids and dandelions
Most of us have genes that make us as hardy as dandelions: able to take root and survive almost anywhere. A few of us,
however, are more like the orchid: fragile and fickle, but capable of blooming spectacularly if given greenhouse care. So
holds a provocative new theory of genetics ...
Some scholars have suggested that we are all Warriors or Worriers. Those with fast-acting dopamine clearers are the Warriors, ready for threatening environments where maximum performance is required. Those with slow-acting dopamine clearers are the Worriers, capable of more complex planning.
Oxytocin is involved in emotions and social behaviours, from trust to sexual arousal to empathy. Rs53576 is a silent G to A change in the oxytocin receptor (OXTR) gene. Individuals with the G allele are more empathetic, feel less lonely and employ more sensitive parenting techniques
Over the past five years, several institutions have surveyed people who have received consumer genomics results, asking whether they understood them and whether the findings provoked distress, prompted a visit to a doctor or triggered a change in medication or lifestyle.
DEMO genome: caucasian male, diagnosed with stage 2/3 hypertension and BPH
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We are a mix of 'relevance engineers' (machine learning, data mining) and 'full stack developers'.
We are building this service to help you explore
your genetic data without the pain of learning the jargon or spending your weekends reading PUBMED abstracts
(plus it's fun coding and automating this process).
We will never share or sell your data
The service is designed to be anonymous (does not request your name) and encrypted. The most anonymous way to use this service is to upload your raw file
We have no conflict of interest: we pay with our own money for the platform, we use our own time to develop, we do not sell anything, we are not affiliated with any organization
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