3541RE: RE: Re: Re: [I-M223] I-M223 tools
- Oct 22, 2013
Excuse me, I believe. The site states. It is whole genome sequencing.
---In I-M223@yahoogroups.com, <email@example.com> wrote:
The $6995 dollar whole genome test for research is offered thru Gene By Gene. They have a web page. Go to the research header. Contact information is available.
---In I-M223@yahoogroups.com, <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:That is a mis-understanding. The $7000 dollar test was a different test. I do not remember. Who offered it. It was not Full Genomes.
On Tuesday, October 22, 2013 7:55 PM, Wayne Roberts <wayne_r_roberts@...> wrote:
William, that is not the cost at Full Genomes. I do not when and where Brian got $7000 from. Did you go to the web page for the link I provided. Cost is $1200 something. Customers full sequences are starting to flow through now. They have a Facebook page where some members are displaying what they have received. You do not have to be a customer to join their Facebook group.Wayne----- Original Message -----From: William BalloughSent: Wednesday, October 23, 2013 9:06 AMSubject: RE: Re: [I-M223] I-M223 toolsThat sounds like ten times the cost of a 111 test!Hey, full genome is shows a y test. you get 300 STR,s. The notion has been around since 37 STR's was the highest number available, in a commercial test. I checked the start now- Y tree on full genome's site. Who knows. What else the results might include.A $7000 donated research test might be available. The tester might not see the results nor have it sequenced.I do not remember the company. Who offered that test.At this point, I am resolved to settle for the current success.
---In I-M223@yahoogroups.com, <email@example.com> wrote:I have not seen one.On Tuesday, October 22, 2013 10:55 AM, William Ballough <williamb7@...> wrote:Brian,Where can I find information on the “complete” testing you refer to. How “complete” it is?.Brian,Here is the link.https://www.fullgenomes.com/Wayne----- Original Message -----From: Brian McCallTo: I-M223@yahoogroups.comSent: Tuesday, October 22, 2013 12:37 PMSubject: Re: [I-M223] I-M223 toolsWayne,If I may ask. Who is doing your test? Just, in case. I get the opportunity to test.BrianOn Monday, October 21, 2013 10:12 PM, Wayne Roberts <wayne_r_roberts@...> wrote:Thanks Brian for your best wishes to all here.I can inform you that there are at least two members of the I-M223 Project undertaking the Full Genome Sequencing. One is from the CTS6433+ sector and the other is myself from the L1229, Z2054 sector. My sample is presently at a lab in LA being sequenced. I hope to have some information to share with everyone by December if all goes well.Wayne----- Original Message -----From: Brian McCallTo: I-M223@yahoogroups.comSent: Tuesday, October 22, 2013 9:53 AMSubject: [I-M223] I-M223 toolsNew tools are becoming more normal in various ways. I used these tools. Before, they started to become more popular. Various historical societies and genealogical lineage historical societies have began promoting genetic genealogy. The new Ged-Com or family tree soft wear now endorsed by FT DNA. It includes smart matching. I used it. Before FT DNA endorsed it. I guess. I should be happy to have been in the van-guard or independent pioneering phase. Of course, someone started those resources. Besides, being permanently disabled. I personally, do not possess the wealth to join every historical society nor genealogical research site, nor family project. That, I would be able to join. Several, I have been invited to join in years past. That is sort of irrelevant or a mute point. Thirdly, it has personally been a bad year for me to pursue genetic genealogy research.. I have made descent progress in my genetic genealogical research. I guess. I should wish those people beginning to use genetic genealogy the well wishes and the very best in their efforts. Everyone knows. what happens to those in, ahead or near the front line. It gets handed off to those who follow. I have been informed. There are still, future archeological digs and projects planned. They will be relevant. They are tentatively from the present reaching as far back as before the year 0. I cannot give any more details. Opportunity still exist. Although, some progress has become slow.As for my own F3195 SNP. I still do not know the SNP's specifics. except, my Geno 2.0 raw results shows it is Y SNP F3195 A-A. I would like to see more family participation for STR variation and SNP verification. Although, back-mutations are rare. An SNP mutation can occur every generation. Several Y Trees seem to be in the experimental stage. I sincerely, hope my F3195 in I-M223 >L1198 is placed properly. Even, if it gets removed from the I-M223 tree. I would like to know why. So, my own records can reflect the reasoning behind it. At this point, I cannot see the need to take a Full Human Genome Sequence Test. Even, if it were an affordable and very accurate test. I have not heard of anyone taking such a test, recently.Congratulations to those in I-M223. Who have been making recent progress.Brian
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