Ancestry painting with local ancestry inference

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The 23Andme, Inc. patent solves the following problem:

Ancestry deconvolution aims to recognize the ancestral origin of chromosomal people. Ancestry deconvolution admixed individuals (ie, those whose ancestors as grandparents from different regions) is straightforward when the global population considered sufficient (for example, a grandfather from Europe and one from Asia). To date, however, current methods are often not effective in distinguishing between closely related populations (eg, in Europe). Furthermore, because of their computational complexity, the current procedures for background deconvolution not good for application in setting large-scale, which references ornaments used include thousands of people.

Our analysis of this patent is as follows:

23Andme, Inc.’s patent US 9367800 B1 deals with Ancestry painting with local ancestry inference.
Presenting ancestral origin of information, comprising: receiving a request to display genealogical data to an individual; obtaining background information on composition of each, the ethnic composition information including information about a number of genotype data of individuals, considered to be equivalent to a specific origin; and presenting the ancestors composition information shown.

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Cohort selection with privacy protection

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The 23Andme, Inc. patent solves the following problem:

Now, clinical target specific genetic factors in human subjects research is often made to attract candidates who have a certain genetic condition through special pools (eg, patient groups), screening for particular genotypes studied, and the selection of members based on screening results. The selection process tends to be difficult for several reasons. First, a large number of candidates often need to recruit. To help these people, to make them interested in studying, and getting them to sign on to be expensive and time consuming. Second, all the candidates have to be screened to determine if they have a specific genetic condition, which is an expensive and laborious process. For study of rare genetic conditions in particular, many iterations will be needed to achieve a significant population study.

Our analysis of this patent is as follows:

23Andme, Inc.’s patent US 8990250 B1 deals with Cohort selection with privacy protection.
Assembling a band include: receiving the genetic nature of information concerning a desired genetic traits; the use of genetic traits to seek information in a data store containing information previously genotyped individuals to take a group of candidates with the desired genetic traits; and gathering battalion based at least in part the group of candidates.

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