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From: "Ken Nordtvedt" <>
Subject: Re: [DNA] PubMed abstract: large-scale changes on the Y
Date: Wed, 1 Mar 2006 08:36:41 -0700
References: <1a2.45c564eb.3135dc5c@aol.com> <010801c63cad$ec70c4e0$7898893e@Masterbedroom> <4405BAE4.6010100@scs.uiuc.edu>


What do you mean "RIa is the most derived ......."? That there are the
longest chain or/and bush of discovered SNPs in the R1a branch or area?

Ken
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From: "Doug McDonald" <>
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Sent: Wednesday, March 01, 2006 8:16 AM
Subject: Re: [DNA] PubMed abstract: large-scale changes on the Y


> This is a big and important paper, BUT ... the important part for us is
> MISSING!
>
> They discovered 94 SNPs in 80 kB of the Y chromosome, but do not report
> these actual results. Interestingly, R1a is the most derived and their
> E3b3 is second most.
>
> These SNPS might be of interest to us, or not, and we cannot
> know until more people in each haplogroup are tesetd for them.
>
> Doug McDonald
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