3851Re: [I-M223] Just out of curiosity
- Mar 5, 2014Rossa,Thanks for your input. I pretty much had come to the same conclusion that the 23andme testing was useless for my purposes. I just had to couch my language to the guy ;-) to let him down easily. Given that he's a doctor and his brother is a lawyer they should be able to afford the testing without breaking a sweat. Still I don't like to be rude to newbies.Good hunting,Cliff.From: Rossa Mullen <rossa1978@...>
To: "I-M223@yahoogroups.com" <I-M223@yahoogroups.com>
Sent: Wednesday, March 5, 2014 4:36 PM
Subject: Re: [I-M223] Just out of curiosity
I done the 23andme test about three years ago, I am I-L126 (done another test at FTDNA) and my Neanderthal score is 2.8%. The result is most likely autosomnal based.They offer a good test for people seeking relatives but it's not so great/worthless for direct Y line ancestry, there are some good features for comparing segments with other people.On Wednesday, March 5, 2014 1:42 PM, Cliff. Johnston <texasfalconer@...> wrote:
Has anyone in our I-M223 group done the 23AndMe test?Today I was asked to take a look at the 23AndMe test results for someone and give them my interpretation. As the person was of the R haplogroup it didn't mean much to me personally, although I may have been able to help him out a wee bit. What caught my interest though was the % of Neanderthal in his background and the statement by Ancestry that the average European, R-haplogroup person has 2.7% Neanderthal in his genetic make-up.Has anyone here seen a number for those of us with the I-M223 lineage? i.e.: what % is Neanderthal, if any?We have a member waiting for his BigY test results [along with hundreds of others ;-) ], and there are several Johns(t)ons awaiting their Y-DNA test results. So far the Y-DNA test results that have come back this year are mostly R-haplogroup - no help at all :-(Thanks and good hunting,Cliff.
- << Previous post in topic Next post in topic >>