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  • Shaibani
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    Quite interestingly, I found in my group, which is studying Arabian lineages, that members with DYS 391=10 form a cluster and members with DYS 391=11 form another cluster.

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    We have a small cluster forming in our Y-DNA group. The only difference between two of the participants is in loci 4. (24/25)
    Since all mutations on Y occur between father and son, is one testee descended from the father's generation and the other the son's?
    Thanks.
    K.T. Mapstone

    Originally posted by whitkeen
    A mutation on Y must, by definition, mutate from father to son. There is no way to predict in advance when and where it will happen, but every Y mutation out there had to happen between a father and his son at some time.

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  • whitkeen
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    A mutation on Y must, by definition, mutate from father to son. There is no way to predict in advance when and where it will happen, but every Y mutation out there had to happen between a father and his son at some time.

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    Mutation from Father to Son?

    Does loci 4, DYS#391, mutate from father to son? Please advise. Thank you for your time.
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