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From: "Allan S. Gleason" <>
Subject: Re: [DNA] The Deed is done
Date: Wed, 14 Nov 2001 11:34:45 -0800
BYU also uses those markers but presents the data in some sort of 'fragment
lenght' format rather that STR's. How would you handle that in your database,
I'm pretty certain that I am a member of the AM haplotype yet there is no obvious
correlation between the datasets.
> In a message dated 11/12/01 5:46:38 PM Pacific Standard Time,
> > Initially, I am only going to address the y-DNA issue. Once we have that
> > down and working to everyone's satisfaction we can take on the mtDNA. It
> > really isn't that much more complicated, I think. Just more data to worry
> > about.
> I may try to put together some material for the mtDNA side while you're
> working on the Y side. The data entry may be more complicated for the users,
> so we could iron out some of the methods. I can do forms on my AOL web site,
> but I can't handle database queries, so I would probably ask users if they
> want their information transferred to GenealogyDNA.org when it's ready.
> > I think I will first set up a simple dataset that contains only two to four
> > loci to prove out the concept and test functionality. Anyone want to
> > suggest some?
> The loci which seem to be used by most companies are 19 (AKA 394) and
> 390-393. That would be a good common set.
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