23andMe Health + Ancestry Service: Personal Genetic DNA Test Including Health Predispositions, Carrier Status, Wellness, and Trait Reports
phone
024.66.52.57.58
Thứ 2 đến Thứ 6: Từ 08h-17h30
Thứ 7: 8h-12h
6,139,000 đ

(đã bao gồm thuế phí)
Giá trọn gói về Việt Nam 6,139,000 đ
Giá sau thuế tại Mỹ 5,014,000 đ ($205.27)
Thuế và phí thông quan 1,003,000đ
Trọng lượng vận chuyển 0.16kg
Phí vận chuyển về Việt Nam 122,000đ

HEALTH FEATURES: Know your genes. Own your health. Learn how genetics can influence your chances of developing certain health conditions. Find out if you’re a carrier for certain inherited conditions. Discover what your DNA has to say about your well-being and how it can influence certain lifestyle choices.* Before purchasing, review important information at 23andme.com/test-info

ANCESTRY FEATURES: Know your personal story in a whole new way. Discover your ancestry composition and where in the world your DNA is from across 1500+ regions. Opt in to our DNA Relatives tool to find, connect, and message those who share DNA with you. Automatically start your Family Tree using your DNA.

EXPLORE YOUR TRAITS: Know what makes you, you. Discover what makes you unique with reports like hair photobleaching and freckles. See what your DNA might have to say about your taste and smell preferences. Discover how DNA can affect your ability to match a musical pitch or whether you hate the sound of chewing.

PRIVATE AND PROTECTED: Everyone deserves a secure, private place to explore and understand their genetics. Your data is encrypted, protected, and under your control. You decide what you want to learn and what you want to share. Subject to 23andMe’s Terms of Service at 23andme.com/tos and Privacy Statement at 23andme.com/about/privacy

RESEARCH: Know you’re making a difference. When you opt in to participate in our research, you join forces with millions of people contributing to science. Your participation could help lead to discoveries that may one day make an impact on your own health, the health of your family, and people around the world.

  • Giao hàng cực nhanh 10 đến 20 ngày
  • Cam kết chính hãng
  • Hỗ trợ đền bù rủi ro
Nguồn hàng từ Amazon Mỹ
website mua sắm trực tuyến số 1 thế giới.
  • commit 2
    MUA HÀNG NGOẠI TẠI NHÀ
    Chỉ cần ngồi nhà click chuột, aliday sẽ lo toàn bộ việc nhập khẩu, vận chuyển, thông quan
  • commit 3
    THANH TOÁN AN TOÀN
    Thanh toán đảm bảo bằng nhiều hình thức ngân hàng, thẻ tín dụng, thẻ ATM, tiền mặt
  • commit 4
    GIAO HÀNG TẬN NHÀ
    Giao hàng tận nhà trên khắp 63 tỉnh thành toàn quốc, không mất thêm bất cứ chi phí nào
  • commit 5
    MUA HÀNG TRỰC TIẾP
    Mua hàng trực tiếp tận gốc từ các nhà cung cấp uy tín nhất thế giới

Quý khách mua hàng xin lưu ý:

  • Sản phẩm được bán và đảm bảo chất lượng bởi Amazon tại Mỹ, không có sẵn tại Việt Nam. aliday là đơn vị trung gian hỗ trợ quý khách mua hàng.
  • Sau khi nhận được đơn đặt hàng và tiền thanh toán của quý khách, hàng hóa sẽ được Amazon gửi từ Mỹ về Việt Nam, aliday sẽ thực hiện giao hàng miễn phí tới tận nhà quý khách sớm nhất có thể.
  • Thời gian chờ hàng thông thường khoảng 15 đến 30 ngày, aliday luôn cố gắng giao hàng sớm nhất có thể cho quý khách, tuy nhiên hàng có thể về chậm hơn vì nhiều lý do như chậm, lỡ chuyến bay, nhà cung cấp tại Mỹ giao hàng chậm, thiên tai, chiến tranh... trong trường hợp này rất mong quý khách thông cảm chờ đợi thêm.
  • Trước khi mua hàng quý khách vui lòng xem kỹ hình ảnh, mô tả sản phẩm, lựa chọn kỹ các thông số sản phẩm như size, màu. aliday chỉ chịu trách nhiệm đổi trả khi hàng về không đúng với mô tả trên website khi quý khách mua hàng.
  • Hàng hóa được bảo hành theo chính sách bảo hành của hãng, trong trường hợp hãng không có trung tâm bảo hành tại Việt Nam, aliday có thể hỗ trợ quý khách gửi hàng về Mỹ bảo hành.


Before mailing, register your kit at 23andme.com/start otherwise, your sample will NOT be processed. ANCESTRY FEATURES Ancestry reports - 35+ reports including: Ancestry Composition, Ancestry Detail Reports, Maternal & Paternal Haplogroups, Neanderthal Ancestry, Your DNA Family - DNA Relative Finder: Find and connect with relatives in the 23andMe database who share DNA with you. (opt-in) HEALTH FEATURES Health Predisposition* reports - 10+ reports including: Type 2 Diabetes (Powered by 23andMe Research), Late-Onset Alzheimer's Disease, Celiac Disease Carrier Status* reports - 40+ reports including: Cystic Fibrosis, Sickle Cell Anemia, Hereditary Hearing Loss Wellness reports - 5+ reports including: Deep Sleep, Lactose Intolerance, Genetic Weight Traits reports - 30+ traits including: Hair (Color, Curliness, Male Bald Spot), Taste & Smell (Sweet vs. Salty, Bitter), Facial Features (Cheek Dimples, Unibrow, Freckles) OTHER FEATURES Raw Data - Access your raw, uninterpreted genetic data file.** Must not be used for medical or diagnostic purposes. Share, compare and discover more with friends and family - Trace DNA through your close family and explore the genetic similarities and differences between you and family members.


From the manufacturer

How does the 23andMe kit work?

Our service is exclusively online. You'll receive your reports and access to additional features through a password-protected account at 23andme.com. Before mailing, register your kit at 23andme.com/start otherwise your sample will NOT be processed.

How accurate are the reports?

23andMe is the first and only genetic service available directly to you that includes reports that meet FDA requirements for clinical and scientific validity. All saliva samples are processed in CLIA-certified and CAP-accredited labs.

Why do I need to register my kit?

You need to register your kit to link it to your 23andMe account online. Registration connects the barcode on your saliva sample to your account so we know your sample belongs to you. Our lab cannot process your sample if it is not registered.

How does my DNA become a report?

We send you a saliva collection kit with instructions. Our CLIA-certified lab extracts DNA from cells in your saliva sample. The lab processes the DNA on a genotyping chip. Your genetic data is analyzed, and we generate your personalized reports.

How is my privacy protected?

You choose how your genetic information is used and shared with others. We support the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act (GINA) and other similar laws that protect individuals from being discriminated against based on their genetics.

Thông số chi tiết:

Chú ý: Quý khách vui lòng tìm hiểu kỹ thông tin sản phẩm trước khi mua hàng!


Product Dimensions6.5 x 5 x 1.3 inches ; 5.6 ounces
Shipping Weight5.6 ounces
ASINB01G7PYQTM
UPC862150000008 862150000053
Item model numberHUXX-10-N05
Đánh giá
bởi Ama_customer
I had to submit DNA twice and both times they said it failed on their end. Then they stated I am NEVER allowed to try again in the future. I purchased kits for the entire family and linked everyone to my account. What a huge waste of time. Funny thing is, I did ancestry.com at the same time and that gave me results in under 3 weeks!
bởi cyall8r
I purchased this kit in Dec 2017. I received an email in Feb stating there was not enough DNA in the sample and they would send another kit free of charge to repeat the test. I repeated the test again following all instructions as I did in the first test and sent it back to them. Another month later I get the same email stating they can't process the test and they would issue a refund. I have called several times and emailed customer service, but they keep giving me the run around about my refund. It has now been 5 mos since I ordered the kit and I have no results or money back that I paid for the kit!
bởi paxaw
We bought two kits. My husband got his back in a couple of weeks and I waited and waited and waited...no communication. After 6 wks I emailed and they gave me some canned response “maybe there was difficulty” and let it go. I emailed them after for more details and got no response. A week later I noticed that their original email came with a survey so I filled it out stating that I was unsatisfied. Got a response stating that they tried to extract my DNA several times but couldnt and sometimes that happens. Bam, end of email...no next steps, no heres another extraction kit, nothing. It was like the CSR would only answer one topic per email. WHY did I have to wait 6+ weeks only to find out that there was an issue? If this is a thing that sometimes happens then shouldnt there be a policy in place to notify customers?! They had the results at their fngertips when I emailed so obviously my results were in, they were just sitting on someones desk waiting for ME to call THEM?! I could understand poor customer service if I were buying candybars, not $200 kits. Totally unacceptable. Still not resolved. Also, my husband’s results were totally lame. They provided stupid facts like “you’re less likely to flush after drinking alcohol, you’re more like to consume caffeine...”. Um...those are things that he already knows. My expectation was that the medical version of this kit was going to give medical information, e.g.: you’re predisposed for x disease, etc. A waste all around.
bởi R. Holzle
Oct 2019 Update revises Promethease recommendation; Oct 2018 Update adds Alzheimer comments.I had DNA analysis from 23andme. My wife had DNA analysis from both Ancestry(Anc) and 23andme. This review is my comparison of the two. I now do not recommend secondary analysis of your results by Promethease, see further discussion at end of this review. Basically I like 23andme. For developing an ancestry tree, Ancestry.com is MUCH better IF you signup separately for Ancestry's subscription search service. Do not use Anc & Promethease for Alzheimer's - see discussion at end of this review.TAKING TEST and SIGNUP – Very similar test taking. 23’s signup was more secure. Anc’s was easier, but they automatically put my wife’s test on my previously existing Ancestry account.Waiting on RESULTS – Both send emails confirming sample receipt and when results were available. After logon, 23 provided step by step progress reports on the analysis process. The analysis process itself took about 10 days, including a holiday weekend. Total wait time was 3-4 weeks. Anc took 5 or so days longer than 23.WEB SITE SECURITY – 23 is better. 23 requires a typical logon and password to get to the site. Anc automatically remembers your logon and password and just opens up when you go to the site. However, actually downloading your DNA file from Anc requires a full sign-on and confirmation link via your e-mail..Ethnic Origin Analysis – I think 23 is more correct. Both 23 and Anc keep updating their Ethnic origin results. Note the results are only approximate considering the accuracy ranges provided.DNA RELATIVE IDENTIFICATION – Recognizing that allocation of relatives to 1st, 2nd and 3rd cousins is somewhat imprecise. For my wife, 23 identified 4 second cousins and about 32 third cousins. Anc identified 1 first cousin, 2 second cousins and 9 third cousins. 23 also has ‘cousins’ outside the USA (in my case in the UK) which are really valuable contacts for ancestry searching. The web site does not directly identify a cousin’s location but you can easily guess this from supplementary info optionally provided by the cousin on 23’s site.DNA RELATIVE CONTACT and ANALYSIS – Anc provides the e-mail for a contact and shared ancestors for each DNA relative. You get a lot more when you pay for their regular Ancestry services, see below. 23 provides an internal messaging application for communicating with contacts. The application works but is rudimentary and unsuitable for more than brief messages (especially with MS Edge); exchanging e-mail address’s after contact is more satisfying. Both have a couple levels of ‘sharing’ (aka privacy). Both have tools for grouping contacts.Anc provides a powerful tree searching tool IF you subscribe to the regular Ancestry service. This is expensive, in the range of $200/year, but less with special offers. Given the moderate ‘tools’ in their basic DNA service, I view their DNA analysis as an (effective) teaser for their subscription service. UPDATE: I did signup for the Ancestry services and they are great. Specifically, with a subscription their DNA site shows a contacts pedigree chart if that contact already has built an Anc family tree. This is MASSIVELY better than 23's unsorted list of surnames. When you search for a particular name it searches all of the connected family trees - this is exceptionally useful.MEDICAL INFO – Anc provides no medical info. In late 2016 23 had two test options - $100 for just the ancestry service and $200 for ancestry plus medical. As of Sept 2018, 23 provides FDA approved reports on your risk of 9 medical conditions, including Alzheimer's, plus several genetic carrier reports. Their discussion/explanation of your risks for these conditions is specifically approved by the FDA and is understandable, informative, and useful. [Update ANC now advertises health results - I have not tried this]If you are so inclined, you can participate (answer a lot of online questions) in 23’s medical research. This is probably 20 ten minute questions sessions. I did this and feel like it was useful for medical research.Analysis of you DNA results by Promethease, a third party service, provides some medical info.[October 2019 Update] In late 2019 Promethease was bought by MyHeritage, an Israeli Company. They have advised that they will use the DNA profiles downloaded to them for DNA ancestry searches, including searches by police departments. I personally am uncomfortable with this. Further in early 2019 Promethease stopped providing reports for a number of SNP's potentially related to drug usage, apparently due to pressure from the FDA. These are among the MOST useful (actionable) results. For these reasons I think Promethease is now of substantially less value. Perhaps MyHeritage will reinstate the deleted SNP's, but I doubt it. Use Promethease with caution. Note that I have NOT updated the remainder of the Prom discussion to reflect the above comments.CONNECTION to PROMETHEASE – Promethease (Prom) is a third party service that assess’s your detailed DNA results from either 23 or Anc and provides a detailed medical risk report. Go to the Prom site to get started. The download process is not too difficult. In Oct 2018 cost is $12 per report.PROMETHEASE RESULTS –Prom generates 20,000 or so reports (hits) from the 700,000 or so genes that are tested by 23 and Anc. 23 and Anc test a different set of genes, although they mostly overlap. For my wife’s test from both 23 and Anc the corresponding Prom reports were about 85% the same for the 40 most significant hits (Prom magnitude 2.5 and above). There were 5 or 6 unique hits in the top 40 for each report. I judge that the unique hits were about equally important, between 23 and Anc - none were critical.[Nov 2017 Update] In October 2017 I resubmitted by 2016 23 test to Prom. About 15% of the hits were changed. A couple unusual hits were deleted. A very significant change was that one gene comment changed from 'increased risk of Type 1 diabetes' to '18x risk of Type 1 diabetes'!!! I read up on this. It turns out that the genetic - diabetes risk/connection is currently a very hot and complex research topic. The relevant research report was published in 2017. My suggestion is to update your Prom report every year or two if there are concerns.USING PROMETHEASE – IMPORTANT – Use of general DNA analysis to identify general medical conditions is an emerging (not well developed) technology/business. My guess is that the info provided by Prom is perhaps 30% or so of what will be available in 10 years or so. I regard the info provide as indicative, definitely not complete and possibly incorrect (due to either testing error or interpretation error).Having said that, it is interesting, likely useful and potentially lifesaving. The information will be disturbing (negative), but in most cases not surprising. I think most people will be able to absorb the info without getting too stressed out. If you are a hypochondriac, this could be a problem. If you want a chance of good news, you can write down the stuff your are concerned about ahead of time, and then see if they actually shows up.My comments for using the report are:• Make sure you download a copy to your PC for future reference, don’t just look at it online.• After you figure out how to use the report, move the '0' Magnitude slider up to a range of 2.5 or so. This will limit you to the top 40 or so hits. Then go down to the bottom of the report and hit the '2X' bar a few times to see all the hits.• You can then hit the ‘Table’ button at the top and print a summary of the hits to help see the big picture. You can also open this table in Excel and modify/save it for a more useful table. If you do this, add a Frequency column if it's not already there.• To me, after Magnitude, the most important factor is ‘Frequency’. This is what percentage of the target population has this condition. If its around 40% or higher, I think it’s already ‘dialed in’ to the normal medical process – it is something your doctor and the medical community will look for in any case. Most of the hits fall into this category. If it’s less than 10%, it’s likely not on your doctors radar screen and you will want to consider if it’s worth mentioning to your doctor.• The second most useful item is the relative increased risk in the item discussion. Recognize that the absolute risk is not provided – for example, the absolute risk might be 1 person in 100,000, so a 1.1 relative risk increase is almost meaningless. On the other hand I looked up AMD (Age Related Macular Degeneration-eye problems) on the internet; it affects 1 in 3 to 5 people by age 80, so 2x risk is really significant. Good to know this ahead of time.• After you assess the top 40, which takes a while, you can expand the Magnitude to it’s full range. Then click on ‘Topics’ and click on sub topics of interest and see if any common concerns emerge. Do the same for ‘Medical Conditions’. This seems like a lot of work but only takes an hour or 2 once you get started. For me the common themes seem to be heart disease, Alzheimer’s and Rheumatoid arthritis – none of which are a surprise.- When you find something that might be relevant you NEED to do supplemental research on the Internet. The Prom report is a brief and simple identification. Fuller understanding can significantly change (reduce?) your concern for the issue. Be aware that there are 'hypochondriac' web sites for some of these issues. I like to start with Wiki, Mayo Clinic and WebMD. Search for the Prom gene name 'rs........'. Then find out what the common term(s) for the gene is e.g. MTFHR and search for that. Write stuff down, gene names can be confusing.• Again, remember this is an emerging technology, so the results will change from year to year. I guess that in 10 years it will be a routine consideration in a physical.IMPORTANT. DO NOT use Prom results from Anc for Alzheimer's. Anc almost always reports zero copies of the Alz APOE4 gene. Prom notes this in their report, but it’s carries a low Magnitude and is easy to miss. In Sept 2018 I did an Anc test and it returned (via Prom), Zero copies of the Alz gene. The Anc and Prom medical results were otherwise similar but slightly less extensive than 23 and Prom.
bởi stevan
It has been 2 and a half months since they received the sample and nothing, and they have a FALSE advertisement of 6 to 8 weeks processing . I keep submitting tickets and they just keep closing them without doing anything. Useless support (I think outsourced in India, not sure about the accent). Anyway, if you want to spend $200 and send your DNA somewhere and get NO FEEDBACK about it this might be a good product for you.