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From: "Eldon Wade" <>
Subject: RE: [DNA] More S21 Results
Date: Sun, 2 Oct 2005 08:04:34 -0400
Great work! By the way, I notice that you have made provision for 464X in
the analysis. That being the case then you may want to add my extended 464
info which is 16c,16c,17g,18c
> -----Original Message-----
> From: John McEwan [mailto:]
> Sent: Sunday, October 02, 2005 1:06 AM
> Subject: RE: [DNA] More S21 Results
> Dear List
> Its late at night in most of the rest of the world, and time
> for tea here.
> I received quite a number of suggestions, new entries and
> corrections today re R1b SNPs. More encouraging was the
> support expressed. The table now reads like a who's who of
> list contributors who also belong to the R1b haplogroup.
> Currently we have 22 entries, 12 tested for S21 and only one
> positive which is a "cluster" member of R1bSTR22Frisian. We
> now have 6 R1bSTR47Scots and 3 R1bSTR19Irish members who have
> tested negative.
> Given that David Faux suggested that 30% of R1b tested
> positive or derived for S21 the posters to date seem to be a
> very biased group :-)) Still not enough people to attempt any
> real stats though.
> What we need:
> a) At least 14 people of Scots and Irish clusters. If all
> these people are negative and assuming the frequency provided
> by David was a good estimate (and it was derived from 30
> people) then we can say that the "island" clusters differ
> significantly from R1b as a whole.
> b) Some more results from those who have tested positive!
> John McEwan
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