Analyzes your European countries of origin only. Most Americans come from European immigrants, but few know the precise countries where their various ancestors probably originated. And even Europeans have diverse national heritages. This new test captures all available Euro data in the academic field of forensic science and gives you your top European matches. It does not look at world matches or non-European background. Recommended also for African Americans, since they have, on average, about 25% Caucasian (European) genes. British? Scandinavian? Mediterranean? Central European? Find out your country matches today with this amazing industry “first.”
Also included under European are potential matches to Israeli Jews (n=163), Armenia, Turkey and Romani/Gypsy. No other company can give you such detailed and complete results.
Once you order we send you a sample collection kit the next day. Free shipping by First Class domestic mail, or pay for another method of your choice. Return your samples in the free, prepaid overnight FedEx pack included in your kit. 3 week turnaround. YOur report will be uploaded to your account as a PDF document. Open-ended customer service to answer all your questions about your results is available M-F 10-6 Mountain Time. Upgrades and followup tests available without retesting or resampling.
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The only DNA test that gives you your top European countries.
The EURO DNA Fingerprint Test can be taken by anyone, regardless of gender. It is ideal for women, who cannot otherwise test their father’s line (surname origins) 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 EURO DNA Fingerprint Test ideal for situations where relatives are deceased or unknown (as in adoptive families).
|The complete list of European countries or populations for which we have data is as follows:|
|Albanian – Kosovo (n = 136)||Latvia (n = 500)|
|Armenian – (n = 404)||Lithuania (n = 300)|
|Austria (n = 222)||Macedonian (n = 100)|
|Belarusian (n = 176)||Montenegro (n = 200)|
|Belgian – Flemish (n = 231)||Netherlands (n = 231)|
|Belgium (n = 206)||Northern Ireland (n = 207)|
|Bosnia and Herzegovina (n = 171)||Norway (n = 202)|
|Bulgaria (n = 205)||Poland (n = 206)|
|Croatia (n = 200)||Portugal (n = 150)|
|Czech Republic (n = 200)||Romani (n = 202)|
|Denmark (n = 200)||Romania (n=243)|
|England/Wales (n = 437)||Russia (n = 184)|
|Estonia (n = 150)||Scotland – Highlands (n = 228)|
|Finland (n = 230)||Scotland – Lowlands (n = 494)|
|France – North (n = 200)||Serbian – Serbia/Vojvodina/Montenegro (n = 100)|
|France – South (n = 335)||Slovakia (n = 247)|
|France (n = 208)||Slovenia (n = 207)|
|Germany (n = 662)||Spain (n = 449)|
|Greece (n = 208)||Sweden (n = 424)|
|Hungary (n = 224)||Switzerland (n = 402)|
|Ireland (n = 304)||Turkish (n = 500)|
|Israeli Jews (n = 163)||Ukraine (n = 900)|
|Italy (n =103, 209)||Western Sicily (n = 120)|