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  • GvdM
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    Originally posted by R2-D2
    I checked my pending lab results today and for my 67 marker test it used to say 37-67. Today it said 38-47. No mention of the last 20 markers. My projected due date is Monday teh 17th. I wonder if it'll be done. I've heard that others are past due on their 67 marker tests. I also have mtDNA results that are supposed to be due on Monday from this batch.
    I just noticed that the members of my project also now say markers 38-47. I sent an email off to FTDNA to find out what is up.

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  • R2-D2
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    67 Marker test

    I checked my pending lab results today and for my 67 marker test it used to say 37-67. Today it said 38-47. No mention of the last 20 markers. My projected due date is Monday teh 17th. I wonder if it'll be done. I've heard that others are past due on their 67 marker tests. I also have mtDNA results that are supposed to be due on Monday from this batch.

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  • Stevo
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    Originally posted by GvdM
    Yeah eventually, but the S21 thing is holding me back at the moment.
    I certainly understand that. I guess you saw John McEwan's response to my Rootsweb DNA List post about a non-Iberian Ice Age refuge.

    I'm hoping FTDNA will start testing for more R1b SNPs soon.

    I think they will.

    In the meantime, I'm happy with SNP results I have received.

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  • efgen
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    Update on my grandfather's GP kit!

    I just checked my grandfather's GP page again and finally have an update (see note below). In brief, they need to do a SNP test to determine his haplogroup, which will take another 2-3 weeks. This probably also means that he will have very few matches in the FTDNA database..

    Don't they know that patience isn't one of my virtues? Of course, it will be worth the wait. So I continue to wait with anticipation!

    Maybe my brother's test, which is in the next batch, will be done soon

    Elise



    ADDITIONAL TESTING REQUIRED

    Your sample has completed the DNA analysis phase of testing. However, during quality control your initial results failed to clearly indicate your haplogroup. We must perform additional testing to accurately determine your deep ancestral lineage. This is not uncommon, but will delay the posting of your results by two to three weeks.

    We appreciate your patience. Please also note that this delay is a sign of the Project's success in increasing the diversity of samples in our database.

    If we find that there is a problem at any point during the processing of your sample, you will receive an updated message when you log in to check your status.
    Last edited by efgen; 9 July 2006, 06:43 PM.

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  • GvdM
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    Originally posted by Stevo
    You must have some near-hits with some guys who have no y-haplogroup prediction. Those are holding you back from an R1b1c on the project results pages.

    If either you or they (or he, if it is just one near-hit holding you back) test(s) positive for the R1b1c SNPs, your project pages listing will change.

    That is the way it happened to me. A couple of those "R1" guys got SNP results of R1b1c, and - voila! - I went from R1 to R1b1c. Then, of course, my own partial SNP results came in, and I was confirmed as R1b1c.

    Are you going to do the Deep SNP-R1b thing?

    Yeah eventually, but the S21 thing is holding me back at the moment.

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  • Stevo
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    Originally posted by GvdM
    Well, now it says R1b1c on my personal page but a (-) on all reports as in the project admin and R1b project results.....

    Go figure. Also my cousin who mismatches only at DYS 439, a fast mover is predicted a R1b, we both have 37 markers in.
    You must have some near-hits with some guys who have no y-haplogroup prediction. Those are holding you back from an R1b1c on the project results pages.

    If either you or they (or he, if it is just one near-hit holding you back) test(s) positive for the R1b1c SNPs, your project pages listing will change.

    That is the way it happened to me. A couple of those "R1" guys got SNP results of R1b1c, and - voila! - I went from R1 to R1b1c. Then, of course, my own partial SNP results came in, and I was confirmed as R1b1c.

    Are you going to do the Deep SNP-R1b thing?

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  • GvdM
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    Originally posted by GvdM
    no prediction
    Well, now it says R1b1c on my personal page but a (-) on all reports as in the project admin and R1b project results.....

    Go figure. Also my cousin who mismatches only at DYS 439, a fast mover is predicted a R1b, we both have 37 markers in.

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  • GvdM
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    no prediction

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  • Stevo
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    Originally posted by GvdM
    but I am a "-"
    You are referring to the R1b Project results page, are you not?

    What is your prediction on your personal homepage?

    FTDNA uses a more conservative prediction algorithm for the projects.

    I had something similar happen to me. My personal page said R1b1, but my projects all had me as R1. Bennett Greenspan sent me an email explaining that because I had a couple of near-hits with guys who were predicted as R1, the most conservative thing to report to the projects was R1.

    For awhile I thought my SNP test might turn out that way, too, since I am 13 off the R1b modal (the AMH) and almost as close to the Eurasian R1 modal (14 off).

    Now I am SNP-confirmed as R1b1c but still awaiting the results on M37 and P66 like just about everyone else.

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  • GvdM
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    Originally posted by Stevo
    No need to answer, George. I found you in YSearch.

    Yep, no surprises!
    but I am a "-"

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  • Stevo
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    Originally posted by GvdM
    Recieves my 37 markers from batch 155 this morning.....
    Originally posted by Stevo
    No surprises, I hope.

    R1b1c?
    No need to answer, George. I found you in YSearch.

    Yep, no surprises!

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  • Stevo
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    Congratulations! May the Force be with you!

    Originally posted by R2-D2
    Got my 37 marker results this morning but there was an error trying to view my matches page around 8:30. It's working now though. The one guy who was an exact 25 marker match for me is a genetic distance of four on the 37 marker test. Nine more days until my 67 marker test results!
    Congrats!

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  • Stevo
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    Congratulations, George!

    Originally posted by GvdM
    Recieves my 37 markers from batch 155 this morning.....
    No surprises, I hope.

    R1b1c?

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  • GvdM
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    Originally posted by R2-D2
    Got my 37 marker results this morning but there was an error trying to view my matches page around 8:30. It's working now though. The one guy who was an exact 25 marker match for me is a genetic distance of four on the 37 marker test. Nine more days until my 67 marker test results!
    I'd figure on more like 3 or 4 weeks on those. They are backed up....

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  • R2-D2
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    Got my 37 marker results this morning but there was an error trying to view my matches page around 8:30. It's working now though. The one guy who was an exact 25 marker match for me is a genetic distance of four on the 37 marker test. Nine more days until my 67 marker test results!

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