The Phylos Genotype Test analyzed approximately 2,000 SNP/marker locations to provide genotype reports and place the variety on the Phylos Galaxy in relation to other varieties.

Ownership Rights

Every customer retains full ownership and ownership rights in the samples they submitted, including:

  • The genetic data generated from the test that was used to create a genotype report;

  • The plants and any dead plant matter submitted; and

  • Any current or future rights you may have in plant protection of your varieties.

Access to Genotype Data

Your account access and genotype report remain available, but we recommend that you print your report and store it locally - we aren't able to guarantee access to your account indefinitely now that the testing service has closed. To do this, log into your Phylos Account and navigate to your Variety Profiles, and then click on the Genotype Report for each variety and print them to PDFs using your web browser.

If you opted in to public data sharing at the time you submitted your test, your data was included in the data publication to the The European Bioinformatics Institute (EBI). The European Variation Archive (EVA) is an open-access, public database of all types of genetic variation data from all species. To download data, visit EBI’s archiveGenotype data for cusomers that did not opt in was not included.

Please refer to our Data Policy for more information.