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    I took a y-snp test, when I got the results,(I suppost it was a 12 marker test) the results show that on the first panel Positive on Markers M168, M89 and negetive on the rest of the panel markers.
    because of this.
    the Company Retested the y-snp test, this time the second panel was Positive on M170,M253 and Negetive on the rest of the panel markers
    what does this mean
    should not the European Markers M170 and M253 test positve first
    and why are the rest of the markers negetive,
    both panels had different markers
    Im confussed????norml

  • #2
    Here is the haplogroup tree, with SNPs:

    http://isogg.org/tree/ISOGG_YDNATreeTrunk.html

    M168+ means you are a member of CR (i.e., not A or B).
    M89 means you are a member of F, in the broad sense (which can include G, H, I, J, K, L, M, N, O, P, Q, or R).
    M170 means you are a member of haplogroup I.

    Let's now go to the subtree for haplogroup I:

    http://isogg.org/tree/ISOGG_HapgrpI.html

    M253 means you belong to subclade I1a.

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    • #3
      Congrat taba2much,

      Maybe your not North-Indian after all!

      Originally posted by taba2much
      I took a y-snp test, when I got the results,(I suppost it was a 12 marker test) the results show that on the first panel Positive on Markers M168, M89 and negetive on the rest of the panel markers.
      because of this.
      the Company Retested the y-snp test, this time the second panel was Positive on M170,M253 and Negetive on the rest of the panel markers
      what does this mean
      should not the European Markers M170 and M253 test positve first
      and why are the rest of the markers negetive,
      both panels had different markers
      Im confussed????norml

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      • #4
        North Indian

        Mmmmm, if Im not North Indian, what may I be, Im lost and confussed, I still just don't understand it, but thats norml for me being new

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        • #5
          Originally posted by taba2much
          Mmmmm, if Im not North Indian, what may I be, Im lost and confussed, I still just don't understand it, but thats norml for me being new
          Haplogroup I1a is primarily associated with Scandinavia, the British Isles, and northern Germany, though it also occurs at lower percentages in central and even southeastern Europe.

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          • #6
            Weren't the British in India for a good while?

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