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Subject: RE: [DNA] DNA- Marker #19 (394) question
Date: Tue, 28 Jun 2005 14:41:43 -0400


Afterthought: Because of nomenclature issues for this marker, the value 10
reported by FTDNA would be 11 at SMGF. But there is only one of those, too,
so the point remains the same.

David W.

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Date: Tue, 28 Jun 2005 14:38:09 -0400
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Subject: RE: [DNA] DNA- Marker #19 (394) question


Debbie,

It's hard to work with exceedingly rare allele values. Depending on what
the rest of the haplotype looks like, I'd say you might do best to ignore
DYS19 as an outlier and concentrate on the parallels you find based on the
other markers.

Did FTDNA suggest a haplogroup for your brother?

If you could post his results here (or upload them to Ysearch and give us a
record number to look at), it might be possible to make additional
suggestions.

Not that you need confirmation of rarity, but the SMGF database has only
one haplotype with DYS19=10; their data base includes more than 12,000
samples.

David Wilson
Wilson Surname Project Co-adminstrator


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Date: Tue, 28 Jun 2005 12:09:58 EDT
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Subject: [DNA] DNA- Marker #19 (394) question


Hello everyone,
I just received my brothers results and was hoping someone could help.
Listed under locus 3, DYS# 19 his number is 10
I noticed that this is NOT a common number. As I questioned the results, I
was told there are only three people with that number at FTDNA. (30,000
people)
Can anyone supply any insight on this? Thanks Debbie


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