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    I have a particpant who is confirmed R1b1, who matches 2 estimated R1b1c patricipants 35/37 markers. The R1b1c participants match each other 37/37.

    Is the R1b1 a match to the other two?

    Thanks,

  • #2
    Yes, you have a match.

    I would consider a 35/37 match to be a very close match, and indicative of a common ancestor within the past 300 years or less.

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    • #3
      Actually, if the R1b1 has been SNP tested and confirmed to NOT be R1b1c (i.e. M269-) then you might have a problem. If he has merely been confirmed as R1b1 (i.e. P25+) then you have no problem.

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      • #4
        Ok, I think I am ok then, I was wrong about the other two being estimated though. One is confirmed, the other estimated.

        The R1b1 is only confirmed P25+.

        Why would they not have tested other markers like the other guy?

        Thanks for your reply.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Dawn Ellis

          Why would they not have tested other markers like the other guy?
          Because it is up to the participant. There is an 'upgrade' cost associated with the additional tests.

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