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From: Thomas Krahn <>
Subject: Re: [DNA] PubMed abstract: large-scale changes on the Y
Date: Wed, 01 Mar 2006 21:14:34 +0100
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Alfred A. Aburto Jr. wrote:
> Yes. They resquenced the 47 chromosomes defining the tree shown in Fig
> SM6 and they found 94 additional SNPs.They were afraid of bias in the
> 47 SNPs they had because some regions might have been sequenced more
> than others, so they resquenced and found 94 additional (not
> necessarily new) SNPs. Someone should write to them ...
All SNPs are submited to dbSNP
But I couldn't access them, yet.
> PS: What is the AZFc gr/gr subdeletion?
A deletion of a part of the Y chromosome between two grey arrows.
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