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  • Originally posted by Stevo
    I just got my partial Deep SNP-R1b results back from FTDNA.

    Here they are:

    R1b1c M173+ M207+ M269+ M343+ P25+ M126- M153- M160- M18- M222- M65- M73- SRY2627-

    I guess all I lack is M37 and P66, like just about everyone else.

    I'm happy though. At least I have confirmation that I am R1b1c, and I have some infomartion to think about, learn about, and maybe speculate about.

    And I got this information early! My target date wasn't until July 17th!

    Cool!

    Thanks, FTDNA!

    Good job!

    Is there anything I need to update in YSEARCH?

    The email I got mentioned updating YSEARCH, but I didn't see any means for adding SNPs.

    Maybe somebody here can enlighten me.
    Congratulations, Steve! Welcome to the R1b1c Club.

    What I did when I got my Ethnoancestry SNP results was to edit my ysearch information by adding them to the last section "Additional Information about Paternal Line." My ysearch ID is 6M79M - you can see them there.

    Since FTDNA is the company that runs ysearch.org and they now offer deep clade testing, perhaps they will change the format for inputting information to include a field for SNP results/haplogroup.

    Mike

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    • Originally posted by Stevo
      The email I got mentioned updating YSEARCH, but I didn't see any means for adding SNPs.

      Maybe somebody here can enlighten me.
      MMaddi's suggestion is one I've seen used before. Also, you can update your haplogroup.

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      • Thansk!

        Originally posted by MMaddi
        Congratulations, Steve! Welcome to the R1b1c Club.

        What I did when I got my Ethnoancestry SNP results was to edit my ysearch information by adding them to the last section "Additional Information about Paternal Line." My ysearch ID is 6M79M - you can see them there.

        Since FTDNA is the company that runs ysearch.org and they now offer deep clade testing, perhaps they will change the format for inputting information to include a field for SNP results/haplogroup.

        Mike
        Thanks, Mike! I'll do that.

        I appreciate your help.

        Originally posted by DMac
        MMaddi's suggestion is one I've seen used before. Also, you can update your haplogroup.
        Thanks, DMac.

        Will do.

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        • I just took a look at the projects in which I participate. My R1b1c has gone R1b1c.

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          • Here they are:

            R1b1c M173+ M207+ M269+ M343+ P25+ M126- M153- M160- M18- M222- M65- M73- SRY2627-

            I guess all I lack is M37 and P66, like just about everyone else.
            My SNP results mirror Stevo's results...same tribe of conquerors I suppose...

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            • Originally posted by Lost-Sheep
              My SNP results mirror Stevo's results...same tribe of conquerors I suppose...
              Same tribe of beer drinkers anyway!

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              • Congrats for your results, Stevo.

                I've noticed you've joined John McEwan's chart. Until now, there are no S21+

                individuals belonging to your cluster.

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                • Originally posted by F.E.C.
                  Congrats for your results, Stevo.

                  I've noticed you've joined John McEwan's chart. Until now, there are no S21+

                  individuals belonging to your cluster.
                  John has me listed as R1bSTR28?, which I guess means my status in STR28 is iffy.

                  From what I have seen, no one knows much about that STR28 cluster.

                  That figures!

                  More mystery.

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                  • There is an informative chart of R1b clusters by region of origin here.

                    My putative cluster, STR28, has entries from England, Ireland, Scotland, Scandinavia, and Western Europe (outside the Iberian Peninsula, which is listed separately under its own heading).

                    I guess we'll know more when we get more folks in that cluster tested.

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                    • R1b1c...

                      My partial results also came back as R1b1c. On my haplogroup page I have some R1b1c6 people listed under 4 Step Mutations. Does that mean I could be a R1b1c6?

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                      • Originally posted by R2-D2
                        My partial results also came back as R1b1c. On my haplogroup page I have some R1b1c6 people listed under 4 Step Mutations. Does that mean I could be a R1b1c6?
                        If you were R1b1c6, you would have had a positive result at SRY2627 (M167).

                        Do you have a positive result there?

                        I am negative for that SNP and I too have a couple of distant R1b1c6s listed under my 12-marker 4-step mutations folks.

                        I also have two Ns and an O listed as four steps away from me at 12 markers!


                        Check out the big R family tree here.
                        Stevo
                        R1b-FGC36981
                        Last edited by Stevo; 1 July 2006, 11:31 AM.

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                        • Originally posted by Stevo
                          If you were R1b1c6, you would have had a positive result at SRY2627 (M167).

                          Do you have a positive result there?

                          I am negative for that SNP and I too have a couple of distant R1b1c6s listed under my 12-marker 4-step mutations folks.

                          I also have two Ns and an O listed as four steps away from me at 12 markers!


                          Check out the big R family tree here.
                          My results are still pending further testing. They said they were having trouble with some of my SNP's. It's going to take another five weeks for them to finish it. My Haplogroup page has all R1b's on it, R1b, R1b1, R1b1c, and R1b1c6.
                          The results so far:
                          M173+ M207+ M269+ M343+ P25+ M126- M153- M160- M18- M222- M65- M73- SRY2627-
                          They test each one three times right?
                          Does that mean that if I get two out of three positives for a marker that is the haplogroup they put me in?

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                          • Originally posted by R2-D2
                            My results are still pending further testing. They said they were having trouble with some of my SNP's. It's going to take another five weeks for them to finish it. My Haplogroup page has all R1b's on it, R1b, R1b1, R1b1c, and R1b1c6.
                            The results so far:
                            M173+ M207+ M269+ M343+ P25+ M126- M153- M160- M18- M222- M65- M73- SRY2627-
                            They test each one three times right?
                            Does that mean that if I get two out of three positives for a marker that is the haplogroup they put me in?

                            M207+ That is what makes you a member of the big, happy R family.

                            M173+ Makes you R1.

                            Skip all the R1a stuff. You aren't R1a.

                            M343+ That makes you R1b.

                            P25+ That makes you R1b1.

                            M18- This means you are not R1b1a.

                            M73- Means you are not R1b1b.

                            M269+ That means you are R1b1c.

                            M37? You are still waiting for this one (like the rest of us). If the result is positive, you are R1b1c1.

                            M65- You are not R1b1c2.

                            M126- You are not R1b1c3.

                            M153- You are not R1b1c4.

                            M160- You are not R1b1c5.

                            SRY2627 (M167)- You are not R1b1c6.

                            M222- You are not R1b1c7 (the Northwest Irish subclade).

                            P66? You are still waiting for this one (like the rest of us). If you test positive for it, you will be a member of R1b1c8.

                            • • • • • R1b1c9 S21 (added)
                            • • • • • • R1b1c9* -
                            • • • • • • R1b1c9a L1 (S26) (added)
                            • • • • • • R1b1c9b S29 (added)
                            • • • • • R1b1c10 S28 (added)
                            • • • • R1b1d M335
                            (The red portion is from the ISOGG R Tree here: http://www.isogg.org/tree/ISOGG_HapgrpR.html .)

                            FTDNA does not currently test for the SNPs in red above. If you test negative for M37 and P66, you could belong to one of the subclades in red. On the other hand, you could have an as yet undiscovered SNP even further downstream from the ones in red.

                            At any rate, if you do test negative for M37 and P66, you will be classed as R1b1c*.

                            Testing positive for any of the SNPs that define a subclade is enough to make you a member of that subclade.
                            Stevo
                            R1b-FGC36981
                            Last edited by Stevo; 1 July 2006, 06:39 PM.

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                            • Is there anyone here besides me who is believed to belong to that R1bSTR28 cluster?

                              I noted already that of the STR28s who have provided or can provide info on their ancestral origins, there are entries from England, Ireland, Scotland, Scandinavia, and Western Europe (not including Iberia, which has its own column on John McEwan's chart). Thus far, there are no STR28s from Wales or Iberia, among other places.

                              I wonder about the Irish and Scottish entries. Are there English surnames behind those? I seem to find my Irish and Scottish near-hits almost invariably have English surnames.

                              I also wonder about the "Western Europe" entries. From which countries do they come? Germany? France? The Netherlands? Switzerland? ???

                              STR28 has 10% of the Scandinavian entries. That seems siginificant until one realizes there are only 10 Scandinavians involved in John's chart. That means 1 of them is STR28. STR28 could still be significant in Scandinavia. We won't know until more Scandinavian R1bs submit their info to John for classification. Obviously most of the other R1b clusters have no Scandinavian entries thus far. It may by significant that STR29 has 4 of the 10 Scandinavian entries.

                              If you want to see the R1b STR cluster origins chart, look here.
                              Stevo
                              R1b-FGC36981
                              Last edited by Stevo; 2 July 2006, 11:59 AM.

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                              • Hi Stevo,

                                you're lucky, at least you're not listed as unknown cluster.

                                It's interesting to see you don't belong to the Frisian cluster, afterall.

                                I've read what David Faux says about S21+: It seems he has finally

                                estabilished it's a typical Germanic marker. I'd wait for more results from

                                other parts of Europe before being so sure though.
                                F.E.C.
                                Registered User
                                Last edited by F.E.C.; 2 July 2006, 12:11 PM.

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