Promethease is a computer program developed by the SNPedia team which allows users to compare personal genomics results against the SNPedia database, generating a report with information about a person's attributes, such as propensity to diseases, based on the presence of specific single-nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) within their genome.
You can make a report at http://promethease.com
More information is available from http://www.SNPedia.com/index.php/Promethease.
- A health data option by Judy Russell, The Legal Genealogist, 13 July 2014.
- You can transform your genetic ancestry data into health info, but your results may vary by Dr. Barry Starr, KQED Science, 30 June 2014
- My 23andMe results: getting a (free) second opinion by Charles Warden. My biomedical informatics blog, 27 February 2011.
- Review by Blaine Bettinger of FTDNA Family Finder test and use of Promethease The Genetic Genealogist, 5 August 2010.
- How a wiki is keeping direct-to-consumer genomics alive by Antonio Regalado, MIT Technology Review, 19 October 2014
Reading a Promethease report