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 Jewish DNA Fingerprint Plus

Jewish DNA Fingerprint Test Plus 18 Marker Ethnic Panel

Thousands Sold Since 2009

This is the Jewish version of our exclusive, best-selling DNA Fingerprint Plus, based on the atDNA 7.0 database. It examines all your ancestral lines at once, Jewish and non-Jewish, to tell you which countries and ethnic groups your ancestors came from.  In addition to Jewish population matches and marker presence, the test and ethnic panel confirm any Native American, African or Asian ancestry. You also receive your top matches from different European countries.

Sephardic? Ashkenazic? A combination? Polish? Russian? Khazar? Moroccan? This test will find all your Jewish lines, plus any admixture, such as American Indian, Romani/Gypsy and African.

Sample Jewish DNA Fingerprint Plus

Once you order, we send you a package with a collection kit and instructions by Priority Mail. You will collect a sample with a cheek swab, and return the kit via a stamped business reply envelope. Your sample will be analyzed against 16 standard STR markers, also called CODIS markers. Your values for 15 of these genetic systems are compared with the database known as atDNA 7.0 developed by population experts.

Our genealogy experts take your DNA results and evaluate the relative strength and weakness of your matches to arrive at an overall picture of your primary ancestries. You also get a world ancestry map and certificate of testing.  Our database contains three populations explicitly defined as Jewish (Sephardim in Israel, Ashkenazi Jews in Hungary and Chuetas in Spain, a crypto-Jewish population on the Majorca Islands), plus Melungeon and other related populations. 

Your megapopulation results will also tell you whether the Jewish Megapopulation is ranked high or medium or low.

The Science of DNA (brief introductory video, 1:25)

The Jewish DNA Fingerprint Test can be taken by anyone, regardless of gender. This is ideal for women, who cannot otherwise test their father's line without a brother or other male to take the sex-related Y chromosome test. It is not confined to just your two "outside" male-male or female-female lines (which many believe make this autosomal test more practical and accurate). This also makes the DNA Fingerprint Test ideal for situations where relatives are deceased or unknown (as in adoptive families). 

The 18 Marker Ethnic Panel checks your lab report for 18 distinctive numerical values scattered through your genetic material. These markers were discovered by DNA Consultants. They have been linked to early human migrations branching out of Africa into Asia, Native America and Europe  as shown on our map.



Your report tells you if you have the marker from one parent, from both, or from neither. It is not possible to say which parent you get a marker from--that is up to you to decide! And the fact that you do not have a marker does not mean that you lack that ancestry.

Read blog post "Validation Notes on Jewish Markers"

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 Product Reviews
After having my DNA results come back as Jewish from both my parents, I was absolutely shocked until a distant family member confirmed our Jewish ancestry. Prior to being confirmed through a relative, Donald [Yates at DNA Consultants] provided very personalized service to help me interpret the results and understand more fully the migrations of various people groups. If it wasn't for DNA Consultants, a very important part of my ancestry would have gone unrealized.
Ruth, Manitoba
We did my nephew's genealogy with you and the results were all over the world map... because of his mother's Asian heritage. We knew that the Carters were Jewish but it is on both sides for him. We have since also found out that we are part of the Tribe of Levi. Our Rabbi friend, Dr. Jana explained that Blevins would be ben Levi which means sons of Levi. The Tribe of Levy took care of the Tent/Tabernacle and were also musicians... and so are ALL of us. That explains the musical gifts that we hold and we are so happy about learning that this gift goes all the way back to those ancient days. So, thanks to you... we confirmed by blood so very much that we suspected to be true.
Rosalie Carter, Louisiana
I received my 18 Marker Ethnic panel - thank you. I had mine done a while ago and this present marker was my mother's. I think it confirmed what was speculated about my great grandmother. My mother has Jewish Markers I and III from both parents. She has Jewish marker II from one parent. My mother's maternal grandmother came from Prague in the 1860's. My mother said she would not talk about her religion when asked. When my g grandmother arrived here she changed her last name so we really can't find out more about her. I have often speculated that she was Jewish and I think the Jewish II marker supports that.

Also, my mother has African II and III markers from both parents. I have African I from one parent and II from both but no African III. What does the African II and III signify? Also, I wanted to let you know that my mother's paternal family were Quakers and Native American mixed. I read your book Jews and Muslims in British Colonial America. The majority of my families surnames were listed - Moon, Moore, Fox, and Austin to name a few.

Thanks for your work,

Kent Malcom
Kent Malcom
Un immense merci!

I am professional from Europe and have ordered many tests from other companies over the years, searching to confirm my family's migrations and what countries they settled in, with a deep feeling of Jewish roots. On the basis of the older haplogroup tests, I was assured there was no way our family could be Jewish!

Dr. Yates and his staff took the time to review our family history and advised that I try the Jewish DNA Test, a simple yes-no litmus test. Yes, I had two Jewish markers, but were they from my mom or dad?

I then took the full DNA Fingerprint Plus and learned the whole story, which I won't go into out of regard for family members' privacy. Next, I sent my mom a present of the same comprehensive test and got her results. With these, Dr. Yates was able to say to me without qualification that I received my Jewish II marker for Ashkenazi ancestry from my father. Proof at last!

After DNA Consultants' comparison of my autosomal profile with my mother's, factoring out her contribution and arriving at my father's, I understand for the first time the answer to the possibility of Jewish roots in my lineage. DNA Consultants' methods confirmed that both parents had Jewish ancestry, that my mom was responsible for certain countries and that my father was the source for others.

By this means, I finally discovered my father's contribution to my makeup. It was almost certainly Sephardic Jewish (the population matches Majorcan Chuetas and Israeli Jews were traced to him), with some Ashkenazi (Lithuanian came up in my report).

There was no charge for these precious services. They were just part of the modus operandi of the company's customer service. I shall always be grateful to DNA Consultants for their patient followup. I had given up with other types of tests.


My experience with DNA Consultants was excellent. Their web site is very user friendly. The test results is very easy to read and understand. Their test results is very accurate. My test results showed that I had Jewish ancestors. My family did not believe
the results. So I started a family tree using ancestry.com. I discovered that my test results was correct. I found my Jewish ancestors as early as the 1800's. I highly recommend DNA Consultants.

Robert Ritchey, Tennessee
The pioneering scientific work in genetics that your staff has done is outstanding. You have my deepest gratitude for the excellence of my DNA report -- its charts, maps, certificate, etc. It is absolutely wonderful to have ancestral information from my
personal DNA, at last. It was a lifelong interest -- finally satisfied.
SH of California
Thank you! I am grateful for your services....one of the great breakthroughs in modern times! It's important for my family to trace back my Mothers' Mothers' lineage, because records were hard to find and we are very interested to know if she was of Jewish
origin!! Sorry for the impatience!
Richard, Decatur, Alabama

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