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From: (Raymond Whritenour)
Subject: [DNA] DNAPrint strikes again!
Date: Mon, 6 Jun 2005 13:48:15 -0400
In-Reply-To: fauxdk@comcast.net (David Faux)'s message of Mon, 06 Jun 200514:48:59 +0000


David F. (and Steven P.):

Dr. Kittles informs me, via personal e-mail, that it WAS the DNAPrint
genomics, Inc. biogeographical test that he used in the Freedmen's
Study. That settles that. Now, can someone answer my original
questions? Particularly, does the average ancestral percentage of 6% NA
for 100 people in a community have a narrower margin for error, than for
an individual?

Ray Whritenour


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