841Re: [MexicoDNAProject] Re: Which SNP to test for
- Oct 31, 2013Halo:I have acquired information related to DNA testing for rare genes by Donald Yates and an update on the find in Siberia with the child.Cochise, Apache, in the West.Yates is enrolled with the Echota Cherokee Tribe. I am a participant in the Cherokee DNA Phase II project.cIf you want to discover your genetic history and where you came from... you’ve found the right place!
888-806-2588The Cochise Gene
Infrequent in the populations where it does appear, this autosomal ancestry marker is nevertheless a bellwether gene. It is named for the Apache chief Cochise who survived against all odds and lent his name to the Cochise Culture, an archaic phase of American Indian traditions beginning about seven thousand years ago in the American Southwest. It is found at levels of 11-18% among Mexican, Maya, Quechua and Arizona Indians. The gene shows up in 1 in 13 North or South American Indians on average, and it is approximately the same result for Hispanics, Latinos or Latin Americans, as they typically have as much as 50% Native ancestry. It is absent in most Eastern Native Americans, as opposed to Western groups.
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The Cochise Gene (in red) is huge in the New World compared to its Old World background (in black).
All Contents Copyright © 2012, DNA Consultants, PhoenixShareThis Copy and PasteJoel K. Harris, Sr., Ph.D.From: "garyf@..." <garyf@...>
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Subject: [MexicoDNAProject] Re: Which SNP to test forJoel Sr.on your haplogroup page at the bottom there are the FAQ tabs:
Understanding Results: Y-DNA Single Nucleotide Polymorphism (SNP)
Understanding Results: Y-DNA Single Nucleotide Polymorphism (SNP)You are predicted to be R1b and presumed to be the R paragroup markers which doesn't tell you much of anything.>She said the project administrator should recommend what tests >might fit the project.This is why I made this recommendation:Another way is to join an haplogroup project as the admin should be able to offer advice on the specific haplogroup SNP that would best fit your STR values.We are a geographical project and the haplogroup projects specialize in what markers their members should test for. Recommending SNP's is something they do. It is too much research for a geographical project admin. Try joining the R-P312 project.I believe the help pages I have provided links to should answer your other questions.You could always purchase the Geno2 product which would help find your terminal SNP.GaryMexico DNA Project Admin.--- In MexicoDNAProject@yahoogroups.com, JOEL SR wrote: >I was told by FTDNA that these are terminal presumptive positives.M207 ^P227 ^P280 ^P232 ^P224 ^P229 ^P285 ^Explain SNIPS? I was told that FTDNA does not provide information on the additional testing as L23 to L165.She said the project administrator should recommend what tests might fit the project.Is there a nomenclature for all theses items e.g. L23, L165 etc.
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