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  • Have you submitted your MtFullSequences to Genbank?

    In case you haven't, you can follow the instructions step by step here, or more simply use the diy submission form to create the necessary file, and then send an e-mail to Genbank to have your sequence catalogued.

    http://www.ianlogan.co.uk/Submission.htm

  • #2
    Originally posted by terrono View Post
    In case you haven't, you can follow the instructions step by step here, or more simply use the diy submission form to create the necessary file, and then send an e-mail to Genbank to have your sequence catalogued.

    http://www.ianlogan.co.uk/Submission.htm

    I just sent mine in.


    I am H1c and have no FGS matches. Hopefully a new subclade will eventually be created.

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    • #3
      I have an accession number. My submission hasn't yet been processed and recorded. I found out today that GenBank has had a lot of submissions and are working on the backlog. I guess a lot of FTDNA FGS customers did submit theirs to GenBank afterall, but I'm the only person posting about it.

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      • #4
        My mtDNA haplogroup is rare. FTDNA assesses me as plain I, but following the FGS analysis I obtained from Ann Turner, I submitted my data to GenBank and I alerted also Mannis van Oven (who maintains the PhyloTree) to an observation by Ann and he responded thus: "I had a detailed look at your sequence and you are definitely I3, no doubt about it. Because your sequence lacks 16086, I will remove this mutation from the defining motif of I3. You will see this update in the next PhyloTree Build."

        So, my FGS data was of some use to the boffins.

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        • #5
          Thank for posting, gtc.

          Do you know if all the I3 people who have 16086 are going to be downgraded to I, or is there going to be a new subclade for them?

          Mannis van Oven reads the new GenBank submissions when they are made public, doesn't he?

          I have no idea when GenBank will add mine. Do they update once a year or once a month? I could send them an email and ask them tomorrow.
          Last edited by ~Elizabeth~; 14 June 2010, 11:46 PM.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by ~Elizabeth~ View Post
            Thank for posting, gtc.

            Do you know if all the I3 people who have 16086 are going to be downgraded to I, or is there going to be a new subclade for them?
            I don't know the answer to that. I'll have to wait and see what he does in the next build. However, I can say that FTDNA currently does not use the PhyloTree scheme in determining mtDNA haplogroup. As with Y-DNA nomenclature (until it adopts ISOGG) seems FTDNA is behind the action. So, I would not expect any regrading by FTDNA on the basis of what Mannis does.

            Mannis van Oven reads the new GenBank submissions when they are made public, doesn't he?
            I can't say for sure, but I wrote to him direct about my situation because I wanted a second opinion, and he agreed with Ann's observation.

            I have no idea when GenBank will add mine. Do they update once a year or once a month? I could send them an email and ask them tomorrow.
            From memory, mine appeared online about 6 weeks after Ian Logan submitted it. I'm told it's quite a bureaucracy so they get around to things in their own time.

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            • #7
              Oh ok, thanks for telling me. I think I can bear up for six weeks.
              I did email them the other day, to ask them a bunch of questions. So far I found out that they will email a copy of the flatfile when it is available. When the automated message said they would mail it to me, I assumed they meant hard copy/papers thru regular mail- and that they would send it to FTDNA in Texas, because only their address is in the file I sent (using Ian Logan's DIY) - so I emailed GenBank, asking them to send it to me.
              Last edited by ~Elizabeth~; 15 June 2010, 06:52 AM.

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              • #8
                I just submitted mine. However, I have no idea if I appear here as myself or my brother.

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                • #9
                  Gen Bank

                  I submitted mine, have accession number--now what do I do with it?

                  MJ

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by irshgypsy View Post
                    I submitted mine, have accession number--now what do I do with it?

                    MJ
                    Wait a month or two and then look it up on GenBank.

                    Bear in mind that GenBank is not designed to be a family finder tool. It's a huge database of genetic data for use by medical and scientific researchers. By making a GenBank submission, you have donated your results to science.

                    However, you can use the BLAST tool to see if, and how many, other donors you match with. Note that donors may be anonymous by submitting via a proxy such as Bennett Greenspan.
                    Last edited by gtc; 16 June 2010, 11:02 PM.

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                    • #11
                      I used Ian Logan's DIY submission tool, which automatically put "B. Greenspan" as the author in my flatfile.
                      The release date is June 26, 2010.

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                      • #12
                        Yeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeees. It was submitted a long time ago!! FJ008043

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                        • #13
                          Mine is HM462218.

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                          • #14
                            Y at GenBank?

                            I submitted my mtDNA full sequence via new submission instructions. I wondered if they have a Y counterpart or is it a mtDNA study only?

                            ~Ritch


                            Y/MitoSearch = GBWJA

                            Y Haplogroup: I1d (L22+ P109-)
                            393 390 19(394) 391 385a/385b 426 388 439 389-1 392 389-2
                            13 23 14 10 (14 14) 11 14 11 12 11 28

                            458 459a/459b 455 454 447 437 448 449 464a/464b/464c/464d
                            15 (8 9) 8 11 23 16 20 27 (12 14 15 16)

                            460 GATAH4 YCAIIa/YCAIIb 456 607 576 570 CDYa/CDYb 442 438
                            11 10 (19 21) 14 14 17 21 (34 37) 12 10

                            531 578 395S1a/395S1b 590 537 641 472 406S1 511
                            11 8 (15 15) 8 11 10 8 9 10

                            425 413a/413b 557 594 436 490 534 450 444 481 520 446
                            12 (23 25) 16 10 12 12 15 8 13 26 20 12

                            617 568 487 572 640 492 565
                            13 11 12 11 12 12 11

                            463 643 461 462 635 726
                            21 11 12 13 22 12

                            434 435 441 445 452 A10 1B07 DXYS156
                            9 11 16 11 31 14 11 7-12

                            mtDNA: I4
                            HVR1: 16129A, 16223T, 16304C, 16391A, 16519C

                            HVR2: 73G, 199C, 204C, 236C, 250C, 263G, 315.1C,
                            573.1C, 573.2C

                            CR: 750G, 1719A, 2706G, 3504C, 4529T, 4769G, 7028T,
                            8251A, 8519A, 8860G, 10034C, 10238C, 10398G, 10819G,
                            11719A, 12501A, 12705T, 13780G, 14766T, 15043A, 15326G,
                            15924G

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                            • #15
                              To mt or not to mt

                              I was thinking about taking the mt 67 test but I don't see many people posting about it here. Should I take the test or has the FF test pushed that test aside? Thoughts anyone are there still more pro's than con's to taking this test even though FF has come along?

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