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From: "John McEwan" <>
Subject: RE: [DNA] Help is ther data on R1b
Date: Sun, 18 Dec 2005 09:05:55 +1300
Dear Ray and List
Have now received the Brion article (actually also got a further 2
articles I did not have!)
Thanks to all
From: Ray McBride [mailto:]
Sent: Sunday, 18 December 2005 6:13 a.m.
Subject: Re: [DNA] Help is ther data on R1b
I sent you the Brion et al article in PDF but it bounced back saying
that your mail box was over it's quota. Let me know what I can do to
get this to you.
John McEwan <> wrote:
I am doing some research on R1b SNP markers and I would be grateful if
anybody can help me answer the following questions
1) In Underhill et al 2000 has anybody have or know where there is a
file of STR values for the 1009 individuals used (I know some have been
reported in other publications)?
2) Other than Underhill data has any body reported derived (positive)
values for these SNP markers?
3) Other than Cinnoglu et al 2004 has anybody reported derived positive
values for this SNP marker?
4) If anybody has a copy of Brion et al 2005 I would also appreciate a
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