Free Blood Type Test Using Your DNA
Your blood type is determined by your genes. This app analyzes your genes and identifies your blood type.
Upload your DNA data, start the app and you'll soon receive a report with your blood type.
If you have not yet taken a DNA test, order one now.
COVID-19: Susceptibility and Severity
Recent research indicates that people with blood type A have a higher risk for COVID-19 infection and also may have a higher risk of more severe COVID-19 infection while people with blood type O may have a lower risk for COVID-19 infection.
For example, Zhao (2020) found that blood group A was associated with a higher risk for acquiring COVID-19 compared with non-A blood groups, whereas blood group O was associated with a lower risk for the infection. A different study by Latz (2020) concluded that patients with blood types B and AB who received a test were more likely to test positive as were those who are Rh+ positive, and blood type O was less likely to test positive.
DNA Test Compatibility
This app can analyze data from almost any DNA test. While whole genome sequencing tests, such as Ultimate Genome Sequencing, obtain all of the DNA data required to determine your exact blood type, other DNA tests may not. If your DNA test does not contain sufficient data, this app will attempt to determine your most likely blood type.
For example, some versions of the tests offered by 23andMe and Ancestry may not obtain enough DNA data to determine your exact blood type. The reason for this is that the tests offered by 23andMe and Ancestry test less than 0.1% of your genome. This app will still analyze the data that is available and, whenever possible, will indicate your likely blood type, which will appear as two or more possible blood types.
This free app provides a compact report of your blood type. For a comprehensive report of blood-related traits and conditions, including an extended analysis of blood type, please use the Blood Traits and Conditions DNA Report. This comprehensive report also includes an analysis of whether your blood type is likely to be Rh+ or Rh-.
This free blood type analysis is compatible with most DNA tests including 23andMe, AncestryDNA, and MyHeritage.
Once your DNA data is stored in your Sequencing.com account, click the app's 'Start' button. You'll receive your results in about 15 minutes.
Sample Report A
Sample Report B
23andme Blood Type
While blood type is always a popular topic due to its possible association with disease risk and dieting, it's become even more relevant due to research that's found that a person's blood type may be associated with how severe a COVID-19 infection may be. This research is discussed in the article Coronavirus and Blood Type: How Your Blood Type Affects Coronavirus Risk.
If you've taken a 23andMe test, you can use your raw DNA data from your test to determine your blood type. Yes, that's right, it is possible to obtain your 23andMe blood type using your DNA test data.
It's important to clarify that 23andMe does not tell you your blood type. There's no option at 23andMe that will allow you to determine blood type. But there's a free alternative! You can easily upload a copy of your 23andMe raw DNA data for free to Sequencing.com and then use this free Blood Type Analysis, which will analyze your raw DNA data from 23andMe and provide a free report that includes your blood type.
Does 23andMe Show Blood Type
No, 23andMe doesn't show blood type as part of their results. Your raw DNA data from 23andMe, however, does contain data on your ABO gene that can be used to show your blood type. This free ABO Blood Type Analysis app can analyze your 23andMe raw data and the results will show you your blood type.
To get started, upload a copy of your 23andMe data using the DNA Upload Center. Your 23andMe data will be safely stored in your Sequencing account and you can then use it with any of our DNA analysis apps, including the free apps and resorts located in the 'Free' category of our DNA App Store.
After your raw 23andMe data is uploaded, return to this app, click the 'Start App' button, select your 23andMe file and that's it! The app will then analyze your DNA and you'll receive an email when your results are ready, which is usually within 10 minutes.
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This free blood type analysis with data from almost all DNA tests and genome sequencing services.
|Test Compatibility||Format Compatibility||Variant Compatibility||Reference Genome Compatibility|
|Whole Genome Sequencing||FASTQ and FQ||SNP / SNV
(Single Nucleotide Variants)
|hg38 / GRCh38|
|Exome Sequencing||FASTA and FA||hg19 / GRCh37|
|Ultimate DNA Test||BAM||hg18 / GRCh36|
|23andMe||SAM||hg17 / GRCh35|
|Dante Labs||Genome VCF (gVCF and GVCF)|
|Genes for Good||CSV|
|HomeDNA||gz and zip compressed files|
|FTDNA||almost all other genetic data formats|
|New Amsterdam Genomics|
|almost all other genetic tests|
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