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  • Batch 210 Created

    Due date: 08/06/2007

  • #2
    My second cousin Mark has an upgrade from 12 to 25 markers in this batch.

    I'm hoping to get him up to 67 markers eventually.

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    • #3
      I should be getting some autosomal markers back with this Batch. It's been a long time since I had FTDNA do any PCR amplification-DNA identification for me. I'd be interested to hear impressions from any readers about FTDNA's processing times, adherence to quoted deadlines, etc.

      J.

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      Y=R1b
      mt=H5a
      Tribes world region matches=Mestizo 4.3, Asia Minor 3.61, Mongolian 2.73, Mediterranean 2.37, NE 1.78, EE 1.18

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      • #4
        Originally posted by jah
        I should be getting some autosomal markers back with this Batch. It's been a long time since I had FTDNA do any PCR amplification-DNA identification for me. I'd be interested to hear impressions from any readers about FTDNA's processing times, adherence to quoted deadlines, etc.

        J.

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        Y=R1b
        mt=H5a
        Tribes world region matches=Mestizo 4.3, Asia Minor 3.61, Mongolian 2.73, Mediterranean 2.37, NE 1.78, EE 1.18
        My autosomals panel 1 and 2 were in Batch 209, and I've got the results for 3/4 of them already. Very quick.

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        • #5
          I just got high-res mtDNA results back two days ago from batch 207 about 3-4 weeks before the projected date. I was so impressed (having previously used Oxford Ancestors - enough said) that I emailed FTDNA and told them how happy I was with the service. I got a few very appreciative emails back, including one from Bennett Greenspan.

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          • #6
            rivergirl and mickm,

            Thanks for the replies. Quick processing times combined with no-cost, long-term DNA storage availability really provide value-added DNA testing. It's interesting to see how the number of testing companies is growing and how that affects the industry.

            J.

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            Y=R1b
            mt=H5a
            Tribes world region matches=Mestizo 4.3, Asia Minor 3.61, Mongolian 2.73,
            Mediterranean 2.37, NE 1.78, EE 1.18

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            • #7
              And I just got my first 25 Y markers which were projected July 13 for the first 12 and July 27 for the rest. Amazing.

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              • #8
                Not yet

                Still waiting on this one:

                DYS413(DYS413)
                Due: 08/06/2007
                Batch: 210

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                • #9
                  I'm still waiting for results from batch 210, too. DYF371x.... Has anyone received anything from this batch yet?

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                  • #10
                    We're waiting for mtDNA HVR2 results: received message today that the 1st round of testing failed and that the test is being re-run with an expected due date of 9/7/2007.

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                    • #11
                      Still waiting for DYS413.

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                      • #12
                        Hi Dan,
                        I spoke with FTDNA via email last week about my dad's DYF371x results that were part of batch 210. Was told that there was a delay in getting the sample from the Univ. of Arizona due to the UA facility moving, but that the sample was now in Houston and testing would begin this week. I was also told that advanced tests have their own timetable depending on the test being done. Maybe my dad's case is similar to yours. I don't have a new due date.
                        Cathy

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Cathy
                          Hi Dan,
                          I spoke with FTDNA via email last week about my dad's DYF371x results that were part of batch 210. Was told that there was a delay in getting the sample from the Univ. of Arizona due to the UA facility moving, but that the sample was now in Houston and testing would begin this week. I was also told that advanced tests have their own timetable depending on the test being done. Maybe my dad's case is similar to yours. I don't have a new due date.
                          Cathy
                          Thanks Cathy, I can wait, it's nothing really critical, just an extra marker in the set :-)

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                          • #14
                            Any word as to when they will be releasing (or completing) this batch (210)? I have not had a delay in my results this long before.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by Greymud
                              Any word as to when they will be releasing (or completing) this batch (210)? I have not had a delay in my results this long before.
                              What kind of test do you have in this batch? My project has an upgrade from 12 to 37 markers that is in this batch, and has not yet yielded results.

                              I can only assume that FTDNA was unable to get results from the project member's first swab, and had to switch to his second and go through the extraction process all over again.

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