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Import from laboratory

If you had genetic testing then you may be able to import the genetic data files directly from the laboratory that conducted the testing. This includes Illumina, HLI, Ambry, 23andMe, Ancestry.com and the National Genographic Project (testing performed by the lab Gene by Gene). More labs coming soon.

To import your genetic data from a laboratory, navigate to the Upload Center and under Import from Laboratory look for the laboratory that conducted your genetic testing.  If you see the name of the laboratory, click on its button to import your data.

 

While it depends on the laws of the country where the laboratory is based, most countries require laboratories to provide patients and/or their healthcare providers with copies of these raw genetic data files.* Most countries also require the laboratory to store the genetic testing data for many years.

Sequencing.com offers free assistance if you have attempted to obtain your genetic data from a laboratory but encountered an issue. Learn more about free assistance in obtaining genetic data

 

Alternative ways to upload or import data

 

*Federal law in the United States mandates that a person has the right to obtain the results of laboratory testing directly from the laboratory.