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Old 13th January 2014, 03:36 PM
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NEW Y-DNA SNPs

Hello,

The following Y-DNA SNPs have been added to our advanced orders catalog: F1400, PF6899, Y877, FGC1072, FGC1077, FGC1089, FGC1091, and M2119.

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Old 13th January 2014, 05:03 PM
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Can you tell us what haplogroups (and, if possible, major subclades) these SNPs fall under?
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Old 13th January 2014, 06:41 PM
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Can you tell us what haplogroups (and, if possible, major subclades) these SNPs fall under?
Yes, I think this would be helpful to know instead of playing darts
in the dark.
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Old 14th January 2014, 05:50 AM
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Can you tell us what haplogroups (and, if possible, major subclades) these SNPs fall under?
Hi,

I confess that I haven't a clue. I am going to guess that they are not R-U106 SNPs though and are maybe not R-L21. That is only because you don't know, and Stevo has not volunteered the answer.

Some admin filled out the New SNP Request form. Maybe they are I SNPs?
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Old 14th January 2014, 06:08 AM
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The following are found on the ISOGG YBrowse


F1400 = Approx. D M15 d
PF6899 = Approx. hg: I
Y877 = Approx. hg: R-Z2123

The rest are either not found or don't have an approximate haplogroup.
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Old 14th January 2014, 12:04 PM
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Per http://ytree.morleydna.com/experimental-phylogeny :

F1400 found in one R1b-M222 individual.
PF6899 approx. I2a2a1c1b
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New SNPs 10 Feb 2014

Hello,

These SNPs have been added to our advanced orders catalog.
DF90,CTS2509,DF104,DF105,DF89,F106,F152,F1529,F209 ,F2887,F3386,F3453,F4096,F48,F563,F806,FGC4078,FGC 5856,PF889,S190,S691,Z180

I am sure the respective haplogroup admins will be along to tell us about them.
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Old 10th February 2014, 05:35 PM
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Hello,

These SNPs have been added to our advanced orders catalog.
DF90,CTS2509,DF104,DF105,DF89,F106,F152,F1529,F209 ,F2887,F3386,F3453,F4096,F48,F563,F806,FGC4078,FGC 5856,PF889,S190,S691,Z180

I am sure the respective haplogroup admins will be along to tell us about them.
I immediately recognized one of the SNPs - CTS2509. That's a SNP that's equivalent to Z319, downstream from Z326. It's under U106/L48. Some people know it as the big "null 425 cluster" that's a subclade of R1b-L48.

Thanks for adding that one. I'm sure FTDNA can get 10-20, maybe more, orders for it. R1b-Z319/CTS2509 is a fairly large subclade (200+ surnames) that includes me and Spencer Wells, too.

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Old 11th February 2014, 01:34 PM
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L21 downstream SNPs

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Hello,

These SNPs have been added to our advanced orders catalog.
DF90,CTS2509,DF104,DF105,DF89,F106,F152,F1529,F209 ,F2887,F3386,F3453,F4096,F48,F563,F806,FGC4078,FGC 5856,PF889,S190,S691,Z180

I am sure the respective haplogroup admins will be along to tell us about them.
DF104, DF105 and FGC4078 are important SNPs under M222 (Northwest Irish).
S691 looks likes a large subclade of L1065 (Scotts Modal).
S190 looks like a subclade under DF21 and corresponds possibly to the Little Scottish Cluster.

Here is a draft tree for L21, one of the three large subclades of R1b-P312.
https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/...Tree_Chart.pdf

Rebekah, FGC5496 looks like a large and old subclade under DF13. Are there prospects for it being offered in the catalog?
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Old 11th February 2014, 02:46 PM
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Rebekah, FGC5496 looks like a large and old subclade under DF13. Are there prospects for it being offered in the catalog?
Hi,

Have you requested FGC5496 through the SNP request form on the GAP Y-DNA SNP results page yet?
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