About half of Alice Plebuch’s autosomal DNA results presented the mixed British Isles bloodline she expected. The other half picked up an unexpected combination of European Jewish, Middle Eastern and Eastern European. Surely someone in the lab had messed up. It was the early days of direct-to-consumer DNA testing, and Ancestry.com’s test was new. She wrote the company a nasty letter informing them they’d made a mistake. Click here to read the entire story in the Washington Post and thanks to member Bob Phillips for pointing out this interesting article.
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