Ancestry.com, Amid Criticism, Will Make Array Data Available to AncestryDNA Customers | GenomeWeb

Ancestry.com earlier this month announced plans to make the raw array data from its AncestryDNA autosomal DNA testing service available to users.

The company had faced criticism from a number of customers and industry observers in recent weeks for filtering the results of its genetic genealogy service, though a company spokesperson told BioArray News that Ancestry.com has always planned to make customers' raw array data downloadable.

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