Personalised DNA search engine

Personalised DNA search engine

Explore your genetic data in a modern search-like interface. Pivot by 2000+ topics and read about established genotype-trait associations.

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What will you find? And what's so awesome about it?

The tools to help you explore your individual 1600-3000 page report: modern search, over 2000 topics, major categories, filters, favourites, social genomics. Instant processing and fast browsing of your data. All built from scratch by algorithms.


Genotype-disease associations to over 2000 diseases grouped in 15 major topics - ageing, cancer and others.


Nutrition, fitness and other relevant information made available in your personalised dashboard.


Data-mined genotype-trait associations and explanations from high confidence (low pval) GWAS studies.


Search a drug/disease/trait with a modern query formulation experience you have now come to expect.


Machine learned relevance model helping you discover what is important, based on each genotype impact.


Post/read comments from other users. Get updates on your favourite genotypes. All in an intuitive interface.


Codegen generates an online report from your raw genetic data and offers you the tools to easily explore it, free of charge. Browse for diseases or traits in a modern search-like interface, explore the links between over 2000 diseases (grouped in 15 major topics) and your genome - the relevant things are listed first thanks to algorithms. Don't know where to start exploring? Simply go to the dashboard to see your top 10 variants impact curve vs the general population, as well as nutrition, fitness and other relevant information.

The information provided in the reports is based on 3rd party sources like and dbSNP (US National Library of Medicine). The reports are generated by applying ML algorithms trained on usage data and human labelled data. Codegen is not responsible or liable for the accuracy, usefulness or availability of any information transmitted or made available via the site. The service is offered for informational purposes only and should not be considered medical advice. Always consult with a qualified physician for diagnosis and for answers to your personal questions.

The colored badge (green, yellow, red or blue) is an indication of the relevance of a given genotype for you. The color is correlated with the associated impact score, for example: good:3.2 means that the genotype has a score of 3.2 and positive impact for you. The impact score has a value between 0 and 10 that was machine learned based on human labelled examples. In absolute values the scale is quasi-logarithmic:≤ 2: non actionable interesting information3: this might be useful/actionable4: you are male or female5: this could impact you more than your sex6: medium-high probability of a trait or condition≥ 7: significant positive trait or serious condition...Consider reading carefully anything ranked higher than your sex. Also look at the frequency of the genotype in the overall population (rare variants are usually worth understanding).

The supplement formula is generated from a list of 24 vitamins and minerals. The dosages for the 10 vitamins and minerals in the 'Vitamins and Nutrients' section in your Dashboard are customized based on your genome: if the score for each established topic associated to a nutrient is below the average then a higher dose is recommended. Note that this is an experimental feature and the data it is based on might be incomplete or incorrect. The other 14 vitamins and minerals are part of VitaminLab's formula and come in the standard dose.

The negative (or positive) topic number for each topic represents a weighted sum of the scores of all genotypes included in that topic. The genotypes labelled as bad or warning are summed with a negative sign, and all the others have a positive sign. For example, a topic score of -9.8 means that there were most likely a couple of bad genotypes with a high score, that outweighed any good genotypes for that topic. However for individual genotypes, the ones with a score greater than 4 (regardless of the label - good or bad) are more likely to be relevant than the rest. The magnitude of individual genotypes is likely to be more relevant than the topic score.

The genotype frequency indicates the frequency of the given genotype within the population. A genotype with a percentage of 2.27% is more relevant to you since less people have it. The blue color is used only for better visibility of the text.

The letters for some SNPs (i.e. rs3135391 or rs3135388) have been swapped because the strandedness (also known as orientation) differs between the raw genetic data and the way the genotype is listed in SNPedia, the main source of genotype descriptions. For example, 23andMe reports the genotypes based on the plus strand, while SNPedia lists some genotypes with the minus orientation (read this SNPedia article for more information about orientation).

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How it works

Get ready to access latest in DNA discovery in just 3 simple steps.

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A little parcel in the mail!

We’ll send you our DNA collection kit, with super simple instructions for collecting a saliva sample.

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Hit return... (swoosh!)

Once your sample is collected, just mail the kit right back to us. It’s easy, safe, and free!

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Done. Yay!

We will sequence your sample and upload your data in the DNA Vault, so you can access DNA apps instantly!

About Codegen

Codegen is a mix of 'relevance engineers' (machine learning, data mining) and 'full stack developers'. They are building this service to help you explore your genetic data without the pain of learning the jargon or spending your weekends reading PUBMED abstracts (plus it's fun coding and automating this process).