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    Originally posted by JSW
    I have the same question
    For Kit 9893 Haplogroup K HVR2 Mutations 152C 263G 315.1C
    Sorry that the explanation is not there. We are preparing it to be posted. In the meantime, the .1C means that one C has been included in that particular point. It's unrelated to fractions.
    The complete explanation will be posted in the next couple of days at the link "Understanding your results" in the mtDNA results page.

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    Re: HVR2 mutation?

    Originally posted by kellyyouse
    Hi,

    I just got my results today (yea!) and have a question--everything pretty much makes sense, but one of my mutations within HVR2 is listed as such: 315.1C. What does the .1 indicate? It's the decimal part that's throwing me--where exactly does the mutation fall, and what does the decimal mean?

    Thanks!
    Kelly
    I have the same question
    For Kit 9893 Haplogroup K HVR2 Mutations 152C 263G 315.1C

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    HVR2 mutation?

    Hi,

    I just got my results today (yea!) and have a question--everything pretty much makes sense, but one of my mutations within HVR2 is listed as such: 315.1C. What does the .1 indicate? It's the decimal part that's throwing me--where exactly does the mutation fall, and what does the decimal mean?

    Thanks!
    Kelly
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