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Re: Problems with R1b backbone test

Thanks very much Nigel. As I thought DF27 not tested, which is not good because DF27* will show as P312*. As well DF83 and L617, which ought to be under DF27
joeflood1
5:27 AM
#6720
 
6719

Re: Problems with R1b backbone test

Here is a Draft list of SNPs included in M343 Backbone and their positions on the ISOGG Tree ..... Nigel B
jnigelbond
3:13 AM
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6718

Re: L624/S389

Thanks Alex, I became curious about this and looked up the ZZ palindromic mutations, to find out the problem. I have sent a recommendation to FTDNA to include
joeflood1
3:38 PM
#6718
 
6717

Problems with R1b backbone test

I suppose it was inevitable on a first pass but there are some problems with the new FTDNA test, which has the potential to open P312 right up at last. (only
joeflood1
3:24 PM
#6717
 
6716

Re: L624/S389

Because of their ambiguous position within DYZ19, ZZ37 and ZZ38 are going to be a tough sell. I wouldn't expect to see too much progress with them in the near
Alex Williamson
Aug 27
#6716
 
6715

L624/S389

I'm not seeing anything about the P312>ZZ37>L624/S389 branch of P312** here, The first results on the R1b backbone have by default revealed a couple of these
joeflood1
Aug 27
#6715
 
6714

New file uploaded to R1b-P312-Project

Hello, This email message is a notification to let you know that a file has been uploaded to the Files area of the R1b-P312-Project group. File :
R1b-P312-Project@yahoogroups.com
Aug 19
#6714
 
6713

Re: New Big Y results 106378

It doesn't look as though S7361 was covered in the BigY, but I would have to check the BAM file to be certain. Thanks, Alex
Alex Williamson
Aug 18
#6713
 
6712

Re: New Big Y results 106378

Thanks Nigel. Very little of this makes much sense, but there are people like you around who try to make it clearer for me and I live in hope of cracking our
lornahendersonnz
Aug 18
#6712
 
6711

Re: New Big Y results 106378

Lorna, a correction to my earlier cautionary note - the effect of different known SNP counts across the Haplotree, with more previously known SNPs in well
jnigelbond
Aug 18
#6711
 
6710

Re: New Big Y results 106378

Lorna, based on my small dataset I would guess 89 novel matches might well be genealogically significant. I share 82 novel variants with my closest match and
jnigelbond
Aug 18
#6710
 
6709

New file uploaded to R1b-P312-Project

Hello, This email message is a notification to let you know that a file has been uploaded to the Files area of the R1b-P312-Project group. File :
R1b-P312-Project@yahoogroups.com
Aug 17
#6709
 
6708

New Big Y results 106378

Just in, the bigY results for my cousin, 106378, our HENDERSON brickwall dna test guinea pig. They were received amazingly quickly. I've sent in a request to
lornahendersonnz
Aug 17
#6708
 
6707

New file uploaded to R1b-P312-Project

Hello, This email message is a notification to let you know that a file has been uploaded to the Files area of the R1b-P312-Project group. File :
R1b-P312-Project@yahoogroups.com
Aug 13
#6707
 
6706

New file uploaded to R1b-P312-Project

Hello, This email message is a notification to let you know that a file has been uploaded to the Files area of the R1b-P312-Project group. File :
R1b-P312-Project@yahoogroups.com
Aug 3
#6706
 
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