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    "So far, from consistent SNPs and singletons, the average tester has 36 SNPs below U106. The standard deviation is 7.1, which is a little higher than the 6 that would be expected if everything is random, but that doesn't take into account any mutations that would show up on more than one SNP."

    This was in a post from Ian McDonald on the U106 forum.

  • #2
    That seems high?

    Seems like a high estimate? I tested U106+Z18+Z14+Z372+ and L257-, and their are no other known snps downstream of Z372+ to test for at the present. I guess I must not have been the norm?

    Best Regards, Douglas W. Fisher, Kit#122883

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    • #3
      Originally posted by DWFlineage View Post
      Seems like a high estimate? I tested U106+Z18+Z14+Z372+ and L257-, and their are no other known snps downstream of Z372+ to test for at the present. I guess I must not have been the norm?

      Best Regards, Douglas W. Fisher, Kit#122883
      Have you taken the Big-Y?
      Some members of my group have tested it and there are 35 SNPs that are new under Z156. If I were to test for half of them it would cost me a lot at 39 dollars per SNP.

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      • #4
        Are new SNPs the same as 'Novel Variants'?

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        • #5
          Too expensive

          Originally posted by 1798 View Post
          Have you taken the Big-Y?
          Some members of my group have tested it and there are 35 SNPs that are new under Z156. If I were to test for half of them it would cost me a lot at 39 dollars per SNP.
          I cannot justify the expense for the Big Y test, and my snps would be downstream of Z372+. I have already confirmed my paternal line, still verifying my exact branch on this family line.

          I am in a Z18+ L257- project, and the project director will contact me if any news snps are discovered downstream of Z372+, which is Scandanavian/Vikinish dna.

          Best Regards, Douglas W. Fisher, Kit#1#122883

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          • #6
            Originally posted by dosbears View Post
            Are new SNPs the same as 'Novel Variants'?
            I think that is right.

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