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    I-M253 with zero YDNA67 matches...Does this seem unusual?

    Would you be able to recommend any further tests to be performed?

    Haplo-I Subclades and probabilities are as follows:
    I-M253-AS9a =>22% I-M253-AS1H =>15% I-M253-AS1 =>12% I-M253-T13 =>12% I-M253-ASgen =>11% I-M253-AS5 =>9% I-M253-AS2 =>4% I-M253-ML =>3% I-M253-1313 =>2% I-M253-AS6 =>2% I-L22-NuN-14 =>2% I-M253-uN-1315 =>2% I-M253-AS10 =>1%

    Thank you for your input!

    Cheryl

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    Y-DNA67 matches would indicate a close patriline. Maybe nobody genealogically related did not test yet.

    Any GD=0 matches at 37 or 25 markers ?

    W. (Mr.)

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    • #3
      What is your kit # ?
      What grouping were your results placed in?

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      • #4
        Originally posted by dna View Post
        Y-DNA67 matches would indicate a close patriline. Maybe nobody genealogically related did not test yet.

        Any GD=0 matches at 37 or 25 markers ?

        W. (Mr.)
        No, no matches at 37 or 25.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by s trangsrud View Post
          What is your kit # ?
          What grouping were your results placed in?
          Kit # 383767

          I don't recall a grouping. I don't see my kit in The Viking Y-DNA Project yet.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Glass View Post
            No, no matches at 37 or 25.
            Thank you for responding. Sometimes it is like that.

            One of the kits, I am taking care of, is in the haplogroup R-M269, which is possibly the largest haplogroup at FTDNA. He has no GD=0 matches at 25 markers. And only 26 matches at 12 markers (3 of them not sharing their info, 9 of them tested only 12 markers).

            He has no unusual marker values at all, just his combination is a unique one.

            W. (Mr.)

            P.S.
            To learn more, I am trying to arrange a Big Y test for him. His test was Y-67.
            Last edited by dna; 23rd March 2015, 02:31 AM.

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            • #7
              Join the Y Haplogroup I1 Project. They will place your results in a grouping. Many grouping headings list the SNPs you are probably positive for, and/or suggest SNPs to test for.

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              • #8
                OK...Found it...This is my grouping:

                I1 M253+ Need more STRs or Z63, Z58, CTS6364(when 385a=14 or 15) to determine clade a


                385 = 13-15. So do these results mean I should test CTS6364 or no?

                Thanks!

                Cheryl
                Last edited by Glass; 13th April 2015, 07:34 AM.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Glass View Post
                  OK...Found it...This is my grouping:

                  I1 M253+ Need more STRs or Z63, Z58, CTS6364(when 385a=14 or 15) to determine clade a


                  385 = 13-15. So do these results mean I should test CTS6364 or no?

                  Thanks!

                  Cheryl
                  Your 385a is 13, and not 14 or 15. However, I think you may want to investigate whether a Big Y test would be a better option for you instead of testing individual SNPs.

                  W. (Mr.)

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