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From: George van der Merwede <>
Subject: Re: [DNA] 67-marker reduction?
Date: Tue, 11 Jul 2006 11:49:44 -0600
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A side note Charles. Both van der Merwede's in the R1b Project have 67
upgrades coming. We also ordered a Deep clade SNP test on one of them
since they are 36/37 felt no need to deep-clade both.
> For my projects some individuals have the first panel pending and some
> individuals have the second panel pending.
> 1st panel: "Y-Refine37to67(Y-DNA38-47 Markers)"
> 2nd panel: "Y-Refine37to67(Y-DNA48-60 Markers)"
> I know in my case my personal kit number in the pending tab section
> has "Y-Refine37to67(Y-DNA48-60 Markers)" and I know from prior
> communications with FTDNA that the second panel is the holdup with my
> own personal upgrade order.
> The delays may be associated with one panel more so than the others.
> For example, I don't see any notation such as
> "Y-Refine37to67(Y-DNA61-67 Markers)" in my project. Thus maybe most of
> the delays are associated with the first two panels of the 30 marker
> upgrade to 67 markers.
> I have offered my help and interpretation of what those notations
> mean. I would suggest that if one needs further clarification and
> information on pending test results to call FamilyTreeDNA directly.
> Their phone number is at the bottom of their home page:
> Best I can do to explain the notation.
> Charles Kerchner
> Pat Oliver wrote:
>> When I looked at two projects just now, all upgrades, whether due out
>> 8 May, 8 Aug or anytime in between have the same notation. I suspect
>> a programming error as it would seem unlikely that all upgrades have
>> the same state of progress.
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