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From: (John Chandler)
Subject: Re: [DNA] Results from DNA-fingerprint
Date: Tue, 20 Sep 2005 18:21:59 -0400 (EDT)
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In-Reply-To: <firstname.lastname@example.org> (message from Thomas Krahnon Wed, 21 Sep 2005 00:07:53 +0200)
> The most interesting thing about this haplotype is, that this is the
> first 15.3 value that I have ever observed in R1b.
> 15.3 is frequently found in E3b. E3b males have 4 g-types. This one is
> also a g-type, but the other 3 are c-types.
> This would give some kind of "link" between R1b and E3b.
> Two possibilities:
> 1.) R1b is related to E3b
> 2.) We have some strange recombination (??????)
There are roughly 100 completely different ways to make "15.3" out
of "16" by deleting one base pair from the segment between the two
primers. I don't see any need to suppose that one 15.3 is a match
to any other 15.3, unless you actually sequence the PCR product.
Have you verified that they are indeed identical?
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