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Are P305,V168, V238, V241, and V250 synonymous SNPs for A1?

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  • N122998
    started a topic Are P305,V168, V238, V241, and V250 synonymous SNPs for A1?

    Are P305,V168, V238, V241, and V250 synonymous SNPs for A1?

    Since P305,V168, V238, V241, and V250 are synonymous SNPs for A1, why does my Geno 2.0 result look like as following?

    P305- A1 rs72625368 2710154 G->A

    V168+ A1 rs191505182 17947672 G->A

    V238- A1 rs186764807 7651556 G->T

    V241+ A1 rs184836128 7658712 C->T

    V250+ A1 rs191193873 17645335 A->G


    Sincerely yours,

    Gang Liu (Geno 2.0 GPID: NG6UGMMH7C FTDNA Sample #: N122998)

  • Parameswara
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    Originally posted by N126586 View Post
    Gang Liu...( OR ANY ONE ELSE)I am N126586 I HAVE NEVER GOTTEN ANY + OR - DESIGNATIONS ON MY RAW DATA! FROM "NATGEO2.0"... WHAT'S THE SECRET? I TESTED W/BRITISHDNACHROMO2... AND FIND "I" HAVE + READS FOR P305/V168/V241 AND A BUNCH OF OTHER SNP'S THAT ARE IN: A1a-T! AND I AM AN "I"... STRANGE!
    Do you mean you are belong to Y-DNA Haplogroup I ? Son what's the problem ? All non African Haplogroup are branches of A1, then it's normal if you get positive read on those SNPs.

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  • N126586
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    P305 Ect.

    Gang Liu...( OR ANY ONE ELSE)I am N126586 I HAVE NEVER GOTTEN ANY + OR - DESIGNATIONS ON MY RAW DATA! FROM "NATGEO2.0"... WHAT'S THE SECRET? I TESTED W/BRITISHDNACHROMO2... AND FIND "I" HAVE + READS FOR P305/V168/V241 AND A BUNCH OF OTHER SNP'S THAT ARE IN: A1a-T! AND I AM AN "I"... STRANGE!

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  • N122998
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    "NoCall" value

    If a SNP's probe intensity values do not pass the detection filter score (DS) or the RAS scores fall outside the boundaries of the statistical model then the SNP is assigned a "NoCall" value.

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  • N122998
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    No call

    No call: Occasionally, a user's data may not allow us to determine his or her genotype confidently at a particular SNP. It is possible that future review will allow us to call the genotype, but until that time, the data does not appear.

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  • N122998
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    Genographic@genebygene.com's reply

    Thank-you for your email. Just because the SNPs are synonymous does not mean that you tested positive for each individual SNP. It is highly possible that you were a no-call for certain equivalent SNPs. I apologize for the confusion. Have a great day!

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