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Subject: Y Haplogroup K
Date: Fri, 14 Jan 2005 20:28:21 -0500


Last week I reported the FTDNA 12 marker
results for one of our PARKERs who 'could'
be in haplogroup K. We just received his
complete 37 marker results shown below.
I checked the frequencies of his markers
in Sorenson's data base of about 9500
samples. In addition to an extra copy of
DYS 464, he has 4 markers that occur
with a frequency of 1 % or less. I have
noted the frequency of the rare markers
below.

393 13
39022
1913
39110
385a/b13 -13 = 1.2%
42611
38812
43911
389-114
39213
389-229
45815
459a 9
459b 9
455 11
45412
44728 = 0.8 %
43715
44819
44934 = 1.1 %
464a 11
464b11
464c15
464d16
464e17
46011
GATA H411
YCA II a /b23 - 24 = 0.2%
45616
60713
57618
57018
CDYa34
CDYb36
44212
438 9

In Whit's haplogroup predictor, his highest
score is 24 for J2. SNP test results are
projected for mid-February.

Ann says that rarity is the norm for
haplotypes, but this one must truly be
on the fringe.

Dennis West


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