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Subject: Re: [DNA] 385a,b values (gum ample)
Date: Tue, 1 Mar 2005 22:17:52 -0500 (EST)
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> David, Just to make it absolutely clear to everyone, when you say your
> result was the "reverse of the 11, 13 value pair reported by FTDNA",
> your next two sentences sentences must be remembered as part of your
> message. There is no "error" being corrected; FTDNA's report was just a
> convention to report the short then long segment which until Dr. Krahn's
> lab capability came along was all that was measured for us consumers.
>> Ken
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> Subject: [DNA] 385a,b values (gum ample)
>> I have just received word from Thomas Krahn of biotix that my 385a,b
>> readings are as follows:
>> 385a = 13
>> 385b = 11
>> I express my appreciation to Thomas and his lab for this speedy,
>> generous and informative assessment of an interesting locus. >>
>> David Wilson

And I as well want to thank Thomas, ditto the words David used above!

Mine to, reversed the "conventional" method of low to high reporting of
the numbers:

385a = 16
385b = 15

on my apparent I1c or I2, haplotype, whatever, per Whit's predictor and
Ken's helpfulness! And, rest assured, I know there was not a "mistake" in
the original reporting, just conventional reporting of what was known at
the time.

Clyde Rice

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