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Subject: Re: [DNA] SMGF Upgrade and DYS463 Nomenclature in Ysearch
Date: Mon, 28 Mar 2005 14:27:08 EST




Thanks, Max ...

My Sorenson 463 is 21, translating to a 19 in FTNDA's jargon, correct? So,
the question David & I had was: "should we enter the "Sorenson value -2" into
Ysearch? I have assumed the answer is yes.

I1a1 ...

Mike ...
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In a message dated 3/28/2005 7:34:59 AM Pacific Standard Time,
writes:

Dear Mike,

Dr. Alan Redd, a member of Family Tree DNA Advisory Board, is the
discoverer of this marker. He shows that 24 is modal for that marker in
most populations, with a range of 18-25, but with 24 enjoying about 60% of
the results...therefore if your results are with R1b you probably have a 24
versus anything else for that marker.


E-mail me any time!

Max Blankfeld
Vice-President, Operations and Marketing
http://www.FamilyTreeDNA.com
"History Unearthed Daily"

713-868-1438


At 04:59 PM 3/27/2005, you wrote:
>
>
>Good question>
>
>I'm upgrading my Ysearch data with Sorenson results & I assumed that
Ysearch
>expects the FTDNA variety of DYS463, but I'm not certain.
>
>I expect Max or Bennett to chime in ...
>
>Mike ...
>============================================================
>In a message dated 3/27/2005 12:07:22 PM Pacific Standard Time,
> writes:
>
>I added this marker's larger NIST-compliant value to my Ysearch record
rather
>than the lower-by-two value that is used by DNA Heritage and Ybase. (That
>is, I posted the value 24 for DYS463 rather than 22.) Is this consistent
>with what others on this list have done when they posted extra markers to
>Ysearch?
>
>Would Max or Bennett care to make a comment about FTDNA's position on
>DYS463? Their firm does not test for it, but they include it in Ysearch and
>may have an idea about how it should be handled. Some of the posted values
>in Ysearch for this marker probably originated from DNA Heritage, and some
>probably originated from Sorenson. I suspect there is an inconsistent mix
of
>values for this marker in Ysearch.
>
>David Wilson"
>





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