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  • Significance of E3b1a Markers

    Can anyone tell me if there are any markers for E3b1a that significantly distinguish haplotypes from each other into separate groups, versus those that just indicate GD? Thanks,

    Vinnie

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    For members of E3b1a, FTDNA offers the V Series test, which classifies you into E3b1a1, E3b1a2, E3b1a3, etc. This is essentially a second-level DeepSNP test.

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      Can you tell us the Ysearch ID?

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        I'm waiting for the v-series results to come any day - I'm expecting E3b1a2, but ... My FTDNA kit is N52769. Thank you much!

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        • #5
          Vinnie,

          The E3b project's Haplozone website has a listing of E3b subclade modals:

          http://www.haplozone.net/e3b/project/loadview/15

          I'm fairly sure you'll be V13. Note that your DYS447=24 is on the low side (modal is 26) and your DYS458 is on the high side (modal is 15). While these values aren't unique, the combination of off-modal values could result in you having few or no matches at higher marker levels. The good thing is that when you do get a match, it will hopefully be a significant one

          Also, as a reminder, the E3b project has a dedicated discussion board, so those interested in haplogroup E3b are encouraged to visit and post:

          http://community.haplozone.net

          Elise

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            E3b1a2 in Sicily

            Does anyone know of any literature addressing the presence of E3b1a2 in Sicily vis-a-vis the Albanian exodus of about 1500 years ago? (I've posted a similar question in the E3b project forum.)

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