Easier Autosomal DNA Results Analysis Promised by New Web Interface from DNA Spectrum
myDNA account is industry’s first interactive autosomal ancestry product
PHOENIX, Sept. 12, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — Understanding one’s DNA results just got easier thanks to a new web interface developed by DNA Spectrum. Paul Yates, CEO, says, “The new myDNA account features an intuitive interface that puts customers behind the steering wheel making DNA test results more meaningful and memorable.” “The interactive map,” he says, “now displays the results from a customer’s genetic test with pictures and details about their personal ancestral connections.”
Nick Svorinich, Customer Service Manager, says, “DNA aficionados now have a quick overview of their ancestry results in one easy-to-use page. A friendly tutorial with a simple guide takes customers through the new sections of their new myDNA account.”
DNA Spectrum has also been encouraging customers to tell them what they think about their new myDNA account in a survey. Standout customer stories are even published by DNA Spectrum online.
Steve White, VP of Sales, quotes one customer, as saying, “It is a much sharper look and easier to navigate.” Another client observes, “The new myDNA account is a lot more user-friendly. The interactive map now shows me the relationship between the world and my matches at a glance.”
How does a customer use the new myDNA account? Anyone who has purchased a DNA test can log in on DNA Spectrum’s website, http://www.dnaspectrum.com, where it says “myDNA Account.” Or sign up for a free myDNA account at http://www.dnaspectrum.com/freeaccount to explore sample ancestral profiles.
A new product, myDNA Safe, will be available for pre-orders on September 16(th). “This is a breakthrough,” says Yates, “that will allow you to store your family’s and your DNA. This will be invaluable when it comes to future genetic breakthroughs as the people who have stored their DNA will have the best access to the newest genomic medical science.”
“We are always looking for better ways to help our clients understand and access the information hidden inside their DNA. The improved myDNA account is a simpler way for them to get insights,” Yates says.
DNA Spectrum is a DNA testing company headquartered in Phoenix, Ariz. with offices in Las Vegas Nev., and Seal Beach, Calif. Its specialties are consumer genetics and unlocking the story hidden in your DNA. Tests are priced from $99 to $299. This month it is introducing my DNA Safe, a cutting-edge and secure storage system for DNA that can preserve a sample of an individual’s entire genome.
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