Monday, January 30, 2006
The Science of Molecular Genealogy Ugo A. Perego, Ann Turner, M.D., Jayne E. Ekins, and Scott Woodward, Ph.D.
Powerful but Requiring Caution: Genetic Tests of Ancestral Origins Tony N. Frudakis, Ph.D.
David Meriwether: Descendant of Nicholas Meriwether? A DNA Study Anita A. Lustenberger, CG
Sorting Relationships among Families with the Same Surname: An Irish-American DNA Study Donn Devine, CG, CGI
Genetic Genealogy: Issues and Considerations Thomas H. Shawker, M.D.
Editor's Corner Adding Genetic Testing to the Genealogical Tool Kit
The National Genealogical Society's website is at: http://www.ngsgenealogy.org/
Friday, January 06, 2006
Both lists are recomended for those interested in DNA testing for Genealogy. DNA-Newbie is for the beginning Genetic Genealogist and DNA_Anthrogenealogy is for those searching for their deeper genetic roots in population demography rather than personal genealogy.
There is an article in the Mercury News on the Personal Genome Project being sponsored by Dr George Church at Harvard:
In a few years, knowing your own personal genome may improve your health
Dr Church is also the author of the article on DNA testing in the current Scientific American, Genomes for All.