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From: "Glen Todd" <>
Subject: RE: [DNA] Re: Haplogroup I1*x
Date: Tue, 3 Jan 2006 12:08:24 -0700
This is why I recommended expanding to 25 or (pref.) 37 markers. A 12
marker test simply doesn't give enough information. The best that I was
able to say was that based upon the overall haplotype and particularly the
values at 388 and 426, it looks as if it might be.
> This morning I just divided I1*x into "a" and "b" parts, and
> these are shown
> for their different modalities at www.northwestanalysis.net
> The key indicator of I1*x is the combination 12 at DYS454 and 10 at
> DYS455 --- extremely unique values for these very, very slow mutating
> ----- Original Message -----
> > Glen,
> > Is someone collecting haplotypes that are probably hg I1*x?
> I think my
> > grandfather's qualifies, though he's just now being SNP
> tested: Ysearch
> > X22KV.
> > Could you please let me know whom to contact about it?
> > Many thanks,
> > Lisa
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