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Subject: Re: [DNA] Haplogroup N1 versus A2 versus D3
Date: Sat, 4 Feb 2006 11:56:08 -0600 (GMT-06:00)
What is the "235" test? That's not one I found on the haplogroup motifs chart to which Alfred linked.
>From: Ian & Mary Logan <>
>Sent: Feb 4, 2006 3:37 AM
>Subject: Re: [DNA] Haplogroup N1 versus A2 versus D3
>Good to see initial contact has been made.
>I suggest there is no argument that you are N* - i.e. belonging to a haplogroup that arises at the N* point.
>But are you Haplogroup A - which would have, for example, a mutation at 663 (as mentioned by
>Alfred) or, are you Haplogroup N1 - which would have, for example, a mutation at 10238 (again, as mentioned by
>(The numbers given from the 'Fragment' testing come from where the test starts - so their numbers
>can be a few bases away from mutation being tested).
>And, I would guess they haven't done either as yet. But they may well have done '235'.
>In any case they shouldn't have guessed you are N1, when the overall results are so typically 'A'.
>We all look forward to the response in a week's time.
>(PS. 11 mutations is HVR-1 must be near the record. Some Haplogroup L0 results have
>about the same number - but they have lots of changes in the variable area of 16182-16193
>and counting mutations from this area is a bit arbitrary.)
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