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From: George van der Merwede <>
Subject: Re: [DNA] 67-marker reduction?
Date: Tue, 11 Jul 2006 11:17:10 -0600
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Thank you Charles, that is a fair answer and makes sense to me.
> If you are looking at the Pending Lab Results tab/section of your
> personal account page and see something like this:
> "Y-Refine37to67(Y-DNA38-47 Markers)"
> "Y-Refine37to67(Y-DNA48-60 Markers)"
> I believe what FTDNA is reporting with that notation is that you have
> ordered the Y-Refine37to67 upgrade and that the one panel of the
> three, i.e., the 48-60 marker panel, etc., is still not finished.
> FTDNA is not releasing any results until all three panels are done ...
> even though they do the new marker upgrade as three separate panels
> and may have two of the panels done while awaiting the remaining third
> panel. I believe the notation is telling you which panel of the three
> is still not completed and thus keeping your 67 marker upgrade results
> in the pending status. They have not reduced the number of markers. It
> is still 67.
> Hope this helps.
> Charles Kerchner, P.E.
> George van der Merwede wrote:
>> Hi Allen,
>> No results have come in so it doesn't look like that is the case.
>> ahunt wrote:
>>> It is three panel might have a partial completed.
>>> George van der Merwede wrote:
>>>> I just noticed all the outstanding 67-marker tests in our surname
>>>> project have been changed from 38-67 to 38-47. Was there a
>>>> reduction in the markers? Has anyone else noticed this?
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