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Nat Geo 2.0 Next Gen Y-DNA haplogroup prediction seems wrong

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  • #31
    The way I understand Helix, it will remind you to take your vitamins after a DNA test.

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    • #32
      Originally posted by darroll View Post
      The way I understand Helix, it will remind you to take your vitamins after a DNA test.
      That's not going to affect the Y-DNA SNPs that will be tested for. Thanks to Helix we will likely be saying goodbye to almost all of the false positive calls of Y-DNA SNPs.

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      • #33
        Originally posted by Armando View Post
        That's not going to affect the Y-DNA SNPs that will be tested for. Thanks to Helix we will likely be saying goodbye to almost all of the false positive calls of Y-DNA SNPs.
        No thanks Google has enough data.

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        • #34
          Originally posted by ddxue View Post
          You are right, I was using Ray Bank's google doc for C2 that has different subclade nomenclature. Under the 2016 ISOGG tree I would be C2e2 F845+.

          I contacted the Nat Geo project last week about my incorrect Y-DNA haplogroup and they have yet to respond. I really hope this isn't happening to a lot of other people.
          I am C-F845 too,there are many F845 brothers in China, we have our own communication group, my mailbox is gudna@qq.com
          I hope you can contact me

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