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From: "David Wilson" <>
Subject: RE: [DNA] Unusual Haplotype Match Question
Date: Tue, 21 Jun 2005 07:17:36 -0700
In-Reply-To: <196.41839533.2fe96ef6@aol.com>


The actual genetic distance between the two haplotypes is two, because if
389i goes up by one, the second element of the compound 389 marker must go
down by the same amount in order to preserve the value 30 as 389ii is
usually reported.

That is:

Haplotype one: 12,18 = 30
Haplotype two: 13,17 = 30

But I agree with Ken that you ought to pursue this. It looks very much like
a family connection.

David


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Subject: Re: [DNA] Unusual Haplotype Match Question


Thank you, Ken. Your opinion means a lot. As the crow flies, the homelands
in
England for the two Clarks in question are about 25 miles apart. I'm pretty
excited. Margretta


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