The photo above isone of several posted by NeuroDojo, who has a lovely post on them.
Genetic Future ponders the 23andMe Oops-wrong-data event. Turns out it was a flipped tray.
“I’m frankly astonished that this was possible at an accredited genotyping facility – plate-flipping is an age-old problem, but trivial to prevent with good plate/machine design that only allows plates to be loaded in a single orientation.”
Same source carried a good strong early account of this mix-up as well.
Genomeboy ponders a dog’s life, as glimpsed through its genome.