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Subject: RE: [DNA] Update: Major Haplotype Distribution in the YHRD
Date: Fri, 10 Jun 2005 15:14:59 -0400

What with the heavy graphics on your website, you are going to find that
Yahoo's limits on data transfer will affect the number of visitors you can
accommodate on a given day. Right now, for example, your web site is

I looked at it quickly just a few moments ago when it was still viewable,
and I liked what you are doing. One question, though. (I may be
misremembering something, and I apologize if I get this wrong; I'm sorry I
can't check this right now.) I got the impression that your R1b HT6 might
be R1a rather than R1b. Unless I misread the DYS numbers, HT6 involves 11
at DYS392. There are a few R1b haplotypes that appear to have 392=11, but
they are rare. If you have lots of haplotypes with that value (and you do),
they are likely to be R1a.

David Wilson

Original Message:
From: proofer joan
Date: Fri, 10 Jun 2005 11:36:27 -0700 (PDT)
Subject: [DNA] Update: Major Haplotype Distribution in the YHRD

Dear List,

I now display the six most prevalent R1b haplotypes in
the YHRD database at:

There are links at the top to R1a and I1a haplotypes
(though I'm not happy how R1a and I1a turned out).

I will sort the data by only four markers (DYS389ii,
DYS390, DYS391, and DYS392) for various haplogroups
and will update the web site over the weekend.

Special thanks to a colleague for his assistance.

Sincerely, Joan

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