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  • #16
    Originally posted by Brunetmj View Post
    I have tested negative for most of the big ones.
    DF49,L96,Z255,Z253,DF21,DF41 were all negative

    I recently ordered L513 , L37 and L555 as they are the only top tier SNP's left for me. Thats why I asked about DF 63 to make sure I am not missing one and thanks for putting that to rest. I am glad that SNP testing is so much faster than the rest of the various tests here!
    I assume you mean L371 and not L37? Good luck with your testing!

    -Kai

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    • #17
      I assume you mean L371 and not L37?
      Yes L371- why do all of these charts have to written in such small fonts!
      If all turn out to be negative and I end up with just DF13+ I may consider a walk through. My L21 is from northern France and thought it may contribute something.

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      • #18
        Originally posted by Brunetmj View Post
        If all turn out to be negative and I end up with just DF13+ I may consider a walk through. My L21 is from northern France and thought it may contribute something.
        I was considering the same, but then I struck gold with DF13- and DF63+. There has to be more SNPs below DF13 waiting to be discovered.

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        • #19
          with the same topic, i was told that in 2008 when L and T where announced as new HG's, some G people where reassigned as L and some Q people reassign as T.
          Is this due to mutation of STR/SNP ?

          I was told G is especially prone to mutation changes

          I was wondering because all my close matching people are in either britain or norway, even though I am T1b

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