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From: Leslie Weinberg <>
Subject: Re: [DNA] My aunt 's mtDNA and mine re not the same?
Date: Wed, 12 Jul 2006 22:54:25 -0400
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Yes, that is exactly what I am saying, and the quote was "scientific
anomaly". Further testing will be done.
> Are you saying that they tested the coding region on both of you and
> you have the coding region mutations of A and X? Wow. There goes the
> tree... :-) Maybe you will get lucky and an academic will offer to
> pay for both of your full sequence tests.;-)
> Leslie Weinberg wrote:
>> Discrepancy apparently NOT a discrepancy. Markers for both X and A.
>> Have been told this is convergent evolution, a scientific anomaly.
>> This should become very interesting.
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