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From: "Dra. Ana Oquendo Pabón, MD"<>
Subject: Re: [DNA] mtDNA classification and help
Date: Fri, 10 Jun 2005 01:15:06 -0400
References: <LPBBIOAAMGMFKIJPLJBCMEMFDMAA.dclwilson@earthlink.net>
In-Reply-To: <LPBBIOAAMGMFKIJPLJBCMEMFDMAA.dclwilson@earthlink.net>


There is one exact match in the FBI Mitochondrial DNA database. It is of
African origin.

Ana

David Wilson wrote:

>You may have to wait for Ian to weigh in on this one. I went through my
>motif spreadsheet and found bits and pieces of this pattern that pointed to
>three or four different haplogroups. In addition, there are some completely
>novel difference from CRS. I will be interested to hear what ideas others
>may have.
>
>I don't understand "HVR3." I thought there were only two identified
>hypervariable regions.
>
>David W.
>
>
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>OK experts, got a call on this one? Any help is appreciated. mtDNA is
>still
>a dark dark forest to me!
>
>Anne
>
>
>HVR1 HVR2 HVR3
> 16124 C 16183.1 C 16183.2 C 16189 C 16304 C 263 G 309.1 C
>309.2 C 315.1 C 456 T 523.1 C 523.2 A
>
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