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From: Grant Johnston <>
Subject: Re: SNP discovery [was Re: [DNA] Cohen Modal Haplotype and J2]
Date: Wed, 16 Mar 2005 21:14:55 -0800
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One of my BREWER group is predicted as E3b based on his first 12
markers. He is being snipped by FTDNA for E3b. Can anybody tell me
which SNP they will be trying to find?

Grant Johnston, Chico, CA


On Wed, 16 Mar 2005 18:46:07 -0700, Ken Nordtvedt
<> wrote:
> Ann, I don't understand what "broader population samples" contribute to
> making it easier to discover SNPs? Could you explain? One certainly wants
> a "control group" so to speak, but if you are looking for a new SNP within a
> specific haplogroup population why wouldn't you search mainly in that
> population?


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