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From: proofer joan <>
Subject: Re: Major R1b Haplotype Distribution in the YHRD database
Date: Thu, 9 Jun 2005 11:42:21 -0700 (PDT)


Dear List,

Thank you for the kind comments.

The markers used by YHRD (in the ftDNA order) are:

393 390 19 391 389i 392 389ii

I added appropriate text to the web site graphic.

I started with four of the most five common R1b
haplotypes, but will be extracting more as time
permits. I shall then tackle R1a and I1a.

Sincerely, Joan

--- proofer joan <> wrote:

> Dear List,
>
> I have been mining the YHRD database, and have
> collected data on the most prevalent R1b haplotypes.
>
>
> Their data is from modern-day paternity testing, and
> may not reflect older populations in the same area.
>
> I think I see patterns in the data, but am too new
> at
> this DNA game to trust my judgment. Please see
> http://www.geocities.com/prooferjoan/R1b.htm .
> Close
> the side window for a complete view of the map.
>
> Your comments would be much appreciated.
>
> (My thanks to a colleague for help with the
> display.)
>
> Sincerely, Joan
>
>
>
>
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