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    Reiker
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  • Reiker
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    [QUOTE=DMac]They do. After the one time set up fee ($85) and extraction ($49), the first SNP is $36. Additional SNP's, even months or years down the road are $40 each.

    I got the above info, which is under 'Custom Select SNPs', off their web site.

    Thanx DMac! I'll have to check that out for sure.....

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  • efgen
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    Thread.................... Last post........................... Posts..........Views
    Batch 147 created..... Today 08:40 AM by Stevo..... 759........... 4,000



    But I guess someone else was the 4000th view -- otherwise it would have still said 3999 when I looked at the index.
    efgen
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    Last edited by efgen; 14 June 2006, 09:05 AM.

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  • Stevo
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  • Stevo
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    Will this post push the Batch 147 thread to 4,000 views?

    You know, I liked geneaology before, although it frustrated me ferociously at times. I like it even more now that I have discovered FTDNA and dna testing.

    I'm learning things I could only guess at before.

    And it's loads of fun, too!

    Note: Nope. This post didn't push Batch 147 to 4,000 views. Someone else will have that honor, I guess.
    Stevo
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    Last edited by Stevo; 14 June 2006, 08:43 AM.

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  • Stevo
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  • Stevo
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    Originally posted by M.O'Connor
    what is DNA-FP ?
    DNA Fingerprint, another dna testing company. I think they're based in Berlin, Germany.

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  • M.O'Connor
    FTDNA Customer

  • M.O'Connor
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    what is DNA-FP ?

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  • melissa
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    This sounds like a race! I live in Nevada, maybe I can place a bet.

    I've been wondering what to do with my DH's testing. I only did the 12 markers at FDNA, but I did oodles at DNA-FP. I wanted to put all/most of his results in the same place, but at DNA-FP, if you add anything, you get this glaring WARNING USER HAS CONTAMINATED RESULTS sort of thing. Not really that strong, but it still sounds ominous. And ysearch doesn't have boxes for all the markers. What to do....

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  • Stevo
    R1b-FGC36981

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    Originally posted by M.O'Connor
    Well go ahead and delete most of mine
    No way!

    You've got to post more! I don't want to be the only one besides Jim Denning with over a thousand posts!

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  • M.O'Connor
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  • M.O'Connor
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    Well go ahead and delete most of mine

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  • Stevo
    R1b-FGC36981

  • Stevo
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    Originally posted by F.E.C.
    You're a pest Stevo, it's posts like this that made this forum's activity increase! ... ...
    That post that I deleted was the product of a brain fart.

    It was intended for another thread.

    Somehow I got to looking at this one before I posted the response to the other thread, so I posted it here by mistake.

    It didn't make sense here, so I had to delete it.

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  • F.E.C.
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  • F.E.C.
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    Originally posted by Stevo
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    You're a pest Stevo, it's posts like this that made this forum's activity increase! ... ...

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  • Stevo
    R1b-FGC36981

  • Stevo
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    Originally posted by F.E.C.
    Yes, Stevo

    I only know they had to re-run it all because they had some problems.

    P66 is a very misterious SNP. There's no literature nor speculations either about it and until now it was found only in two Italian samples.
    I wasn't aware of that.

    I wonder what value it has if it can't be associated with a group or a geographic region.

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  • Stevo
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    deleted by stevo

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  • F.E.C.
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  • F.E.C.
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    Originally posted by Stevo
    Not that I have heard.

    Has that been a problem, too?

    That's R1b1c8, right?
    Yes, Stevo

    I only know they had to re-run it all because they had some problems.

    P66 is a very misterious SNP. There's no literature nor speculations either about it and until now it was found only in two Italian samples.

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  • M.O'Connor
    FTDNA Customer

  • M.O'Connor
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    Is it the same process and waiting period?
    M.O'Connor
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    Last edited by M.O'Connor; 13 June 2006, 12:11 PM.

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  • DMac
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  • DMac
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    Originally posted by Reiker
    If Ethonacestry would allow a ala carte testing for specific R1b1 downstream markers, I might have to think twice, however!
    They do. After the one time set up fee ($85) and extraction ($49), the first SNP is $36. Additional SNP's, even months or years down the road are $40 each.

    I got the above info, which is under 'Custom Select SNPs', off their web site.

    Unless FTDNA adds some of the additional SNPs relevant to us Hap Grp I folks, if I were to test, I'd probably go with Ethnoancestry. FTDNA made a great business decision in offering a good number of the known SNPs relevant to the R1 folks who are in the majority of people doing DNA testing. I'd just like to see a few more of the known SNPs relevant to I1a.
    DMac
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    Last edited by DMac; 13 June 2006, 09:27 AM.

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