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    Kit Received 01/08/2008
    Batch 239 created 01/09/2008
    DNA Isolation began 01/12/2008
    DNA at Sequencing facility 01/25/2008
    Quality Control began 01/29/2008
    *Target Results Date 02/22/2008
    Y-DNA67+mtDNAPlus(HVR1) 03/05/2008
    Y-DNA67+mtDNAPlus(HVR2) 03/05/2008
    Y-DNA67+mtDNAPlus(Y-DNA38-47 Markers) 03/05/2008
    Y-DNA67+mtDNAPlus(Y-DNA48-60 Markers) 03/05/2008
    Y-DNA67+mtDNAPlus(Y-DNA61-67 Markers) 03/05/2008
    Y-DNA67+mtDNAPlus(Y-DNA13-25 Markers) 03/07/2008
    Y-DNA67+mtDNAPlus(Y-DNA26-37 Markers) 03/07/2008
    Y-DNA67+mtDNAPlus(Y-DNA1-12 Markers) 02/22/2008

  • #2
    My HVR1 results came in today, just under 4 weeks after the batch creation date (and 4 weeks earlier than the Target Results Date).

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    • #3
      HVR2 results are now in too (same day).

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      • #4
        My Y-DNA 1-12 Markers results came in on 02/06/2008 (just over 4 weeks from batch creation date (and a little over 2 weeks earlier than the Target Results Date).

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        • #5
          The following panel results came in on 02/08/2008:

          Y-DNA 38-47
          Y-DNA 48-60
          Y-DNA 61-67

          Panels 2 and 3 are still pending.

          I never received any e-mail notification that these results were up (unlike how I did for the Y-DNA 1-12 and mtDNA panels), so I suggest that people keep checking their FTDNA personal page for updates.

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          • #6
            Y-DNA 13-25 results came in today. Panel 3 is the only one still pending.

            I did get an e-mail notification this time.

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            • #7
              Y-DNA 26-37 came in today. That completes batch 239, three weeks earlier than the Target Results date.

              From the time the batch was created until the time the final panel was completed (all 67 markers) was 5 weeks. There were no test errors that required a retest. Nice job, FTDNA.

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