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6168Re: [R1b-P312-Project] Chromo2

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  • David Carlisle
    Nov 7, 2013
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      I see there's a Jones Kit and a Lee Kit in the FTDNA P312 project that have both CTS7550 and PF1085, so you two are apparently so-far on your own little branch.

      From: David Carlisle <davidcar801@...>
      To: "R1b-P312-Project@yahoogroups.com" <R1b-P312-Project@yahoogroups.com>
      Sent: Thursday, November 7, 2013 10:57 PM
      Subject: Re: [R1b-P312-Project] Chromo2

      This is what i get:

      I don't know the significance of the CTS7550 or the PF1085, if it's new or if someone else has it.   That's a research problem for someone else.

      The U106 difference is expected because I'm using a U106 file for comparison.

      The two MISSING SNPs are normal for all files since March.

      You've got one no-call at CTS7912, which means the chip couldn't decide if you were positive or negative.  This is insignificant and normal.

      Comparing _U106Ref_Mar2013.csv and 7T3URNFB.csv

      SNP: CTS7550  G <> A
      SNP: CTS7912  T <> -
      SNP: M379_b  I <> MISSING
      SNP: P108  T <> MISSING
      SNP: PF1085  A <> T
      SNP: U106  T <> C

      Y SNP NoCalls: 0, 1
      Total Y SNPs: 12058, 12056
      Total NoCalls: 277, 245
      Total SNPs: 151822, 142210

      Consistency Check:
      Synced Y SNPs: 12058, 12056
      Total Y SNPs:  12058, 12056

      From: eore ghost <eoresghost@...>
      To: "R1b-P312-Project@yahoogroups.com" <r1b-p312-project@yahoogroups.com>
      Sent: Thursday, November 7, 2013 10:40 PM
      Subject: RE: [R1b-P312-Project] Chromo2

      No you have not scanned the raw file. 
      If it is not too presumptuous of me; would you care too?
      It would be interesting to see if there are positive down stream SNP of P310 in the CVS file.

      To: R1b-P312-Project@yahoogroups.com
      From: davidcar801@...
      Date: Thu, 7 Nov 2013 20:31:33 -0800
      Subject: Re: Re: [R1b-P312-Project] Chromo2


      Did I scan your raw file?  I don't recall.  When I do a scan I compare two files to look for differences.  Looking at the file for positive and negative results is problematic in that some SNPs mistakenly return positive for everyone.  So on occasion someone checking their raw file on their own think they find an unexpected positive, when in reality they've found a mistake in the file.

      From: "eoresghost@..." <eoresghost@...>
      To: R1b-P312-Project@yahoogroups.com
      Sent: Thursday, November 7, 2013 9:07 PM
      Subject: RE: Re: [R1b-P312-Project] Chromo2

      Nothing showed up at FTDNA in they Y-tree except P310.  I have the raw results, but have no idea which markers I should grep for; and do not know what a positive result would look like.  Is there a list of the markers some where to compare with the raw results?   Example:  CTS7310,Y,T,T
      Would any of those be a positive or a negative?  


      ---In R1b-P312-Project@yahoogroups.com, <jcarroll2@...> wrote:

      I find this hard to understand. Are you saying that of the 100s of SNPs below P312 on the Gen2 chip, you turned out negative for every one?
      --------- Joe

      On Nov 7, 2013, at 8:48 PM, <eoresghost@...> <eoresghost@...> wrote:

      I have ordered Chromo2 and have sent off the kit.  My hope is that Chromo2 will catch the SNPs that Geno2 missed.  Geno2 told me I was R1b P310; further testing at FTDNA shows a positive result for P312.  I figured one suite of tests might be more efficient than testing one SNP at a time. 
      I will update the list here when my results come back in; This should include the raw results; I myself do not really know what to look for in the raw results; but I will be happy to share them, so that everyone can get an idea of which SNP are being tested in Chromo2.  
      The Chromo2 (full suite of tests) was a bit over $400; shipping the kit back to the United Kingdom was another $56. 

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