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Old 25th July 2016, 03:11 AM
LeFoeil22 LeFoeil22 is offline
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predicted M269 - guessed U106>U198?

Dear all,

I received from FTDNA a predicted M269 following my Y-DNA111.

Tim Janzen makes a difference between P312 and U106 using allele values/markers DYS390, DYS576 and CDYa as following:

Haplogroup DYS390 DYS576 CDYa
R-U106 23 17 37
Me 23 16 37

DYS492 (said to be a good predictor for U106 status):

R-U106: 13 (96%)
Me : 13

i am surprised that FTDNA did not used this method to confirm at least M269. Of course Y-DNA is STR test but the above looks clear to me. What you think?

On the top of that i have one match at 37 and another at 67 being U198 and at 12 a lot of L48.

My guess is therefore U198.
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