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From: "Dean McGee" <>
Subject: RE: [DNA] At last --Some Results from the Irish Study
Date: Sat, 10 Dec 2005 11:25:08 -0500
The TCD team gives the IMH as
I notice that DYS461 has a value of 10. I suspect that we must add 2 to
this to meet FTDNA and DNAH conventions and add 1 for SMGF. SMGF,
http://smgf.org/marker_details.html#DYS461 , shows a significant modal value
of 11 for this marker. This corresponds to 12 for FTDNA. Nearly all the
McGee results have 12 for DYS461.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: David Wilson [mailto:]
> Sent: Saturday, December 10, 2005 9:59 AM
> Subject: Re: [DNA] At last --Some Results from the Irish Study
> Yes. The TCD team's IMH is the same thing as the 25/11/14
> "Irish" variety (McEwan's STR19) that we discuss on this list.
> There is not a complete overlap between the tested marker
> sets. The TCD analysis was based on 17 loci that included
> some not tested by FTDNA -- 434, 435 and 436. Also, some of
> the diagnostic values for the "Irish" variety in the full
> 37-marker set were not tested by the TCD team -- DYS385b, for
> example, which is typically 13 in the Irish variety.
> David W.
> On 12/10/2005 6:33:25 AM, wrote:
> > David
> > just to check - the IMH discussed in the article is the same as the
> > modal haplotype for the "Irish" cluster you identified
> (STR19 in John
> > McEwan's charts)?
> > Gareth
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