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Subject: Re: [DNA] R1a ?
Date: Sun, 02 Jan 2005 04:11:13 +0000
You are R1a, but it is unknown if you are R1a1 (the most common variety). For this you would need M17 which, in my opinion, should be the marker used in haplogroup assessment since the literature (research articles) now almost exclusively use this marker. You are probably R1a1 (based on statistical likelihood), but will never know this unless you are tested for M17.
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> What does the SNP results of SRY10831.2- really mean.
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