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  • Iain McDonald
    Charles: given he is L1-, he should also be L132.2-, right? Not Z156+ L1- L132.2+? - Iain.
    Message 1 of 3 , Sep 1, 2013
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      Charles: given he is L1-, he should also be L132.2-, right? Not Z156+ L1- L132.2+?

      - Iain.

      > There is an apparent secondary occurrence of L132.2 below Z156, but it is evidently very narrow.
      >>He is negative for L1
    • Charles Moore
      It is a back mutation of the ancestral SNP L132 that we all have. The test is for L132. So, L132- means L132.2+. Extremely unusual. Charles
      Message 2 of 3 , Sep 1, 2013
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        It is a back mutation of the ancestral SNP L132 that we all have. The test is for L132.  So, L132- means L132.2+.  Extremely unusual.

        Charles


        On Sep 1, 2013, at 4:49 AM, Iain McDonald <gubbins@...> wrote:

         

        Charles: given he is L1-, he should also be L132.2-, right? Not Z156+ L1- L132.2+?

        - Iain.

        > There is an apparent secondary occurrence of L132.2 below Z156, but it is evidently very narrow.
        >>He is negative for L1

      • Charles Moore
        It had nothing to do with the occurrence in L1. It is a separate occurrence of the same back-mutation. Or it is a false read. Charles
        Message 3 of 3 , Sep 1, 2013
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          It had nothing to do with the occurrence in L1.  It is a separate occurrence of the same back-mutation.  Or it is a false read.

          Charles


          On Sep 1, 2013, at 4:49 AM, Iain McDonald <gubbins@...> wrote:

           

          Charles: given he is L1-, he should also be L132.2-, right? Not Z156+ L1- L132.2+?

          - Iain.

          > There is an apparent secondary occurrence of L132.2 below Z156, but it is evidently very narrow.
          >>He is negative for L1

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