A genetic test that decodes 100% of your DNA is called WGS (Whole Genome Sequencing). It includes sequencing of all genes (coding regions), regulatory genomic regions, the Y chromosome (for males), and mitochondrial DNA. In contrast, other types of genetic tests examine only less than 2% of your genome using other technologies such as microarray/genotyping or Whole Exome Sequencing.
Our reports are evidence-based with variant curation and interpretation based on the American College of Medical Genetics (ACMG) Guidelines.
Whole-genome sequencing analyzes an individual's entire genome, while genotyping only looks at specific genetic variations associated with certain traits or diseases.
No test is 100% accurate. It depends on the genetic technology used, the interpretation and the list of genetic variants being tested.