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  • bob_chasm
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    10 weeks and counting

    Originally posted by gtc View Post
    It sure has!

    In my U106 group, a guy paid for the intensive "Walk the Y" test ($750 a pop) and FTDNA put his sample in storage and forgot about it for months.
    I am 10 weeks past the original deadline. It has been three weeks since I was told I would have my results in two by Nick at FTDNA. Happy New Year to everyone except me.

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  • gtc
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    Originally posted by bob_chasm View Post
    The original due date was Oct 21. It has certainly been a long wait.
    It sure has!

    In my U106 group, a guy paid for the intensive "Walk the Y" test ($750 a pop) and FTDNA put his sample in storage and forgot about it for months.
    Last edited by gtc; 22 December 2009, 10:17 PM.

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  • bob_chasm
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    Due date Oct 21

    Originally posted by gtc View Post
    The ISOGG tree has L26 and L27 on the same branch, so I guess if you're one then you're the other, too. Seems odd that FTDNA have listed tests for both.

    Assuming no negatives already then still plenty of downstream markers left in your list.
    gtc, Even though the experts speculate I will be negative for the remaining subclade makers, I still want confirmation, to know with snp test certainty. The original due date was Oct 21. It has certainly been a long wait.

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  • bob_chasm
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    Originally posted by gtc View Post
    The ISOGG tree has L26 and L27 on the same branch, so I guess if you're one then you're the other, too. Seems odd that FTDNA have listed tests for both.

    Assuming no negatives already then still plenty of downstream markers left in your list.
    I have already tested negative for subclades a,b,c and e thru a backbone test a couple of years ago. I also know I dont cluster closely with those in subclade h. So, this might be it for now.

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  • gtc
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    Originally posted by bob_chasm View Post
    Just got result on a L26 downstream marker, I am also L27+
    The ISOGG tree has L26 and L27 on the same branch, so I guess if you're one then you're the other, too. Seems odd that FTDNA have listed tests for both.

    Assuming no negatives already then still plenty of downstream markers left in your list.

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  • bob_chasm
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    L27

    Originally posted by gtc View Post
    There are quite a few on your test list below the J2a4 node. Have they told you any which are negative? If you look on your haplotree page then under the tree should be a list of SNPs that are positive and negative.
    Just got result on a L26 downstream marker, I am also L27+

    It is nice to exhale once again. lol.

    regards,

    bob

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  • bob_chasm
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    Originally posted by Darcy View Post
    I'd have been a wreck by now.
    End of this week my results will be two months past the due date. I am ready to explode. lol

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  • Darcy
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    Originally posted by bob_chasm View Post
    Just spoke to Nick at FTDNA who tells me they were getting inconclusive results from my sample in vial A and have now begun testing vial B. I should have my results in another two weeks, according to him.
    I'd have been a wreck by now.

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  • bob_chasm
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    Vial B

    Just spoke to Nick at FTDNA who tells me they were getting inconclusive results from my sample in vial A and have now begun testing vial B. I should have my results in another two weeks, according to him.

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  • bob_chasm
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    Originally posted by gtc View Post
    There are quite a few on your test list below the J2a4 node. Have they told you any which are negative? If you look on your haplotree page then under the tree should be a list of SNPs that are positive and negative.


    The list says nothing about being negative on any of the snps I am being tested on.

    The result pending page now looks like this, suggesting they are still testing me on all the other snps:

    Deep Clade Extended C(L24) 10/26/2009 325
    Deep Clade Extended C(L25) 10/26/2009 325
    Deep Clade Extended C(L27) 10/26/2009 325
    Deep Clade Extended C(M289) 10/21/2009 325
    Deep Clade Extended C(M318) 10/21/2009 325
    Deep Clade Extended C(M319) 10/21/2009 325
    Deep Clade Extended C(M340) 10/21/2009 325
    Deep Clade Extended C(M419) 10/21/2009 325
    Deep Clade Extended C(P279) 10/21/2009 325
    Deep Clade Extended C(P81) 10/21/2009 325

    I doubt I will be positive on any of them, except possibly L27. If I am found negative for L27, I think I could help identify a new branch in the J2a tree, which would be kind of kool too.
    Last edited by bob_chasm; 3 December 2009, 09:49 AM.

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  • gtc
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    Originally posted by bob_chasm View Post
    I am not expecting to test positive for any of the downstream markers in this panel.
    There are quite a few on your test list below the J2a4 node. Have they told you any which are negative? If you look on your haplotree page then under the tree should be a list of SNPs that are positive and negative.

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  • bob_chasm
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    I got some results

    Today, I got confirmation I am positive for L26, the SNP that defines the subclade J2a4. I am very happy, because I am not expecting to test positive for any of the downstream markers in this panel.

    bob

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  • gtc
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    Originally posted by bob_chasm View Post
    I ordered the standard deep clade extended for haplogroup J2. These are approx. 12 or 13 snps, including L24, L25, L26 and L27 etc ...There were twice as many when I got the backbone test a couple of years ago to confirm I was a J2. So, I really dont understand what they mean when they say I am being tested for a lot of snps. By the way, I called and emailed FTDNA and was told there was nothing wrong with my sample.

    This is what my results pending page states, as of today:


    Deep Clade Extended C(L24) 10/26/2009 325
    Deep Clade Extended C(L25) 10/26/2009 325
    Deep Clade Extended C(L26) 10/26/2009 325
    Deep Clade Extended C(L27) 10/26/2009 325

    Deep Clade Extended C(M289) 10/21/2009 325
    Deep Clade Extended C(M318) 10/21/2009 325
    Deep Clade Extended C(M319) 10/21/2009 325
    Deep Clade Extended C(M340) 10/21/2009 325
    Deep Clade Extended C(M419) 10/21/2009 325
    Deep Clade Extended C(P279) 10/21/2009 325
    Deep Clade Extended C(P81) 10/21/2009 325
    As you can see in the linked haplotree, J2 has many subclades and many of those seem to be defined by a single SNP, so it looks like they are chasing all the way down the tree in your case until one of the subclades is fully is identified as yours.

    http://www.isogg.org/tree/ISOGG_HapgrpJ09.html

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  • bob_chasm
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    Originally posted by gtc View Post
    That's quite a long time past due now.

    Exactly what deep clade test did you order? How many SNPs are involved?
    I ordered the standard deep clade extended for haplogroup J2. These are approx. 12 or 13 snps, including L24, L25, L26 and L27 etc ...There were twice as many when I got the backbone test a couple of years ago to confirm I was a J2. So, I really dont understand what they mean when they say I am being tested for a lot of snps. By the way, I called and emailed FTDNA and was told there was nothing wrong with my sample.

    This is what my results pending page states, as of today:


    Deep Clade Extended C(L24) 10/26/2009 325
    Deep Clade Extended C(L25) 10/26/2009 325
    Deep Clade Extended C(L26) 10/26/2009 325
    Deep Clade Extended C(L27) 10/26/2009 325

    Deep Clade Extended C(M289) 10/21/2009 325
    Deep Clade Extended C(M318) 10/21/2009 325
    Deep Clade Extended C(M319) 10/21/2009 325
    Deep Clade Extended C(M340) 10/21/2009 325
    Deep Clade Extended C(M419) 10/21/2009 325
    Deep Clade Extended C(P279) 10/21/2009 325
    Deep Clade Extended C(P81) 10/21/2009 325

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  • gtc
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    Originally posted by bob_chasm View Post
    My results are going to be a month and a half past due soon. I was wondering, is it possible the delay is being caused because they are testing me for SNPs in some study, that I did not order?
    That's quite a long time past due now.

    Exactly what deep clade test did you order? How many SNPs are involved?

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