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Your unusual Y-STR marker values (FT DNA)

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  • E. Harold Vannoy
    Aaron, I received the message below from you on March 17, 2012. As you requested, I did order tests for SNPs L801 and Z186. My results show that I am + for
    Message 1 of 2 , Apr 22, 2012
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      Aaron,

      I received the message below from you on March 17, 2012. As you requested, I did order tests for SNPs L801 and Z186. My results show that I am "+" for both of these SNPs. Can you please tell me the meaning of these test results?  Do I "truly belong to the Cont group of M223" or do I "become part of a newly discovered group"?

      Thanks,

      E. Harold Vannoy



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      Subject:Your unusual Y-STR marker values (FT DNA)
      Resent-Date:Sat, 17 Mar 2012 19:46:35 GMT
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      Date:Sat, 17 Mar 2012 12:46:40 -0700 (PDT)
      From:Aaron Salles Torres <sallestorres@...>
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      To: <ehvdna@...>



      Kit numbers 19282

      You are receiving this message because an analysis by Dr. Ken Nordtvedt has determined that your marker values are very unusual for the Cont subgroup of I2b1/M223, to which you currently belong.

      We, therefore, highly recommend that you test for SNP's L801, Z186 and, if negative for one of them, we advise that you test for SNP's L623 and L147.4. These tests are important because they will determine whether you truly belong to the Cont group of M223 or if you become part of a newly discovered group, in which case all of your matches will have to be scrutinized.

      We count on your support as we investigate this potentially new group of I2b1/M223.

      [snip]

      Best regards,
      Aaron Torres
      I2b1/M223 Project Administration
       
       
      
       
      
    • sallfertorr
      Hello, Harold Your results disprove a theory by Ken Nordtvedt, according to which you d be outside of the L801+ (Continental) group of I2b1. Otherwise, you can
      Message 2 of 2 , Apr 24, 2012
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        Hello, Harold

        Your results disprove a theory by Ken Nordtvedt, according to which you'd be outside of the L801+ (Continental) group of I2b1. Otherwise, you can consider these results to be normal, or expected.

        So, you "truly belong to the Cont group of M223."

        Thanks for your support,
        Aaron Torres

        --- In I-M223@yahoogroups.com, "E. Harold Vannoy" <ehvdna@...> wrote:
        >
        > Aaron,
        >
        > I received the message below from you on March 17, 2012. As you
        > requested, I did order tests for SNPs L801 and Z186. My results show
        > that I am "+" for both of these SNPs. Can you please tell me the meaning
        > of these test results? Do I "truly belong to the Cont group of M223" or
        > do I "become part of a newly discovered group"?
        >
        > Thanks,
        >
        > E. Harold Vannoy
        >
        >
        > -------- Original Message --------
        > Subject: Your unusual Y-STR marker values (FT DNA)
        > Resent-Date: Sat, 17 Mar 2012 19:46:35 GMT
        > Resent-CC: recipient list not shown: ;
        > Date: Sat, 17 Mar 2012 12:46:40 -0700 (PDT)
        > From: Aaron Salles Torres <sallestorres@...>
        > Reply-To: <sallestorres@...>
        > To: <ehvdna@...>
        >
        >
        >
        >
        > Kit numbers 19282
        >
        > You are receiving this message because an analysis by Dr. Ken Nordtvedt
        > has determined that your marker values are very unusual for the Cont
        > subgroup of I2b1/M223, to which you currently belong.
        >
        > We, therefore, highly recommend that you test for SNP's L801, Z186 and,
        > if negative for one of them, we advise that you test for SNP's L623 and
        > L147.4. These tests are important because they will determine whether
        > you truly belong to the Cont group of M223 or if you become part of a
        > newly discovered group, in which case all of your matches will have to
        > be scrutinized.
        >
        > We count on your support as we investigate this potentially new group of
        > I2b1/M223.
        >
        > [snip]
        >
        > Best regards,
        > Aaron Torres
        > I2b1/M223 Project Administration
        >
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