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  • Originally posted by M.O'Connor
    Hey.. I'm nearing my 1000th post.
    Cool!

    Just a few more.

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    • Still no news on P66 and M37.

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      • what if they can't get us the results?
        Last edited by M.O'Connor; 17 September 2006, 08:28 PM.

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        • SNP's

          Originally posted by M.O'Connor
          what if they can't get us the results?
          Hello,
          SNP's are very rare.
          Some people have it...but mostly not.
          What they are doing is trying to form clusters around the guy who had the SNP.
          If the haplotype corresponds with other guys...than they have a cluster.Once they have that,they can predict all the persons around the SNP-guy,belonging to the same haplogroup.
          With only 15% confirmed SNP's they have a whole haplogroup...so simple as that.

          Nas

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          • Of course you are either possitive or negative to SNP's. I just want to know one way or the other.

            This is taking so long..

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              • Originally posted by M.O'Connor
                what if they can't get us the results?
                That has crossed my mind, as well.

                I am not sure what the answer is.

                Will they send us new sample kits eventually and try again?

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                • The GOOD...the BAD...and the SNP

                  Originally posted by M.O'Connor
                  Of course you are either possitive or negative to SNP's. I just want to know one way or the other.

                  This is taking so long..
                  Hello,
                  We all have good and bad things in our DNA...but the SNP-Lilliputters are the Guards.
                  Is there a Molecular Biologist on the Forum-train...please explain!
                  Nas

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                  • where's the snp's??....c'mon 147...

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                    • Originally posted by Stevo
                      That has crossed my mind, as well.

                      I am not sure what the answer is.

                      Will they send us new sample kits eventually and try again?
                      Well, we've all gone through the "five more weeks" and then the "two to three more weeks". So after that 8th week I asked them if perhaps they would need a vial C and D from me and they said no. I wondered because my first scraping had a little blood in it. I think I'll just send them an e-mail for an update on the monthly anniversary of the due date. In another two weeks it'll be three months for me. Maybe they're secretly working on independently discovering the unpublished, unofficial S-series Wouldn't that surprise all of you S-guys who already dropped your dough at Ethnoancestry?

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                      • I've kind of given up worrying about M37 and P66. Try finding R1b1c1s or R1b1c8s in any of the databases. Good luck! (The R1b1c1 listings in YSearch are bogus, BTW.)

                        I think those SNPs are pretty rare.

                        All the guys on John McEwan's SNP table who have a subclade are R1b1c6, R1b1c7, R1b1c9 (or 9a or 9b) or R1b1c10.

                        The rest of them either haven't been S tested yet or are R1b1c* (negative for all the known R1b1c SNPs south of M269).

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                        • That is a very small needle for the R1B1C haystack.

                          I guess we just have to wait till others get sequenced. The back-door approach with snps doesn't seem to be helpfull at this point.... down the road after others get sequenced...maybe?

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                          • You have 999 posts, Mike. Just one more to go!

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                            • hahaha..way to go...1000 posts!..Yee Haw!

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                              • 1000 Posts

                                Originally posted by M.O'Connor
                                hahaha..way to go...1000 posts!..Yee Haw!
                                Yee Haw,
                                Old guys...old stories...old y-dna.
                                Nas-IHDP

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