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From: "Belinda Dettmann" <>
Subject: Re: Fast markers (was: [DNA] research strategy for genealogists)
Date: Fri, 4 Aug 2006 09:44:33 +1000
Thanks for that Rick, I was careless. Our 455 value is 12, as I said, but
the 447 one is actually 27 (not 29). I had been comparing all our values to
those Whit Athey gives and I miscopied, as we had another odd value of 29
for marker 449.
I blame early-morning caffeine deprivation.
Belinda in Australia
From: "Rick Arnold" <>
> Hi Belinda, If the 29 for dys447 is correct, then your cousin won't find
> many close matches, at least on that one. The modal value in R1b for dys
> 447 is actually 25, and the highest reported value is 27, at least among
> the 1376 cases Whit Athey used in his SWAMH analysis of this marker.
> Cheers, Rick Arnold
> Belinda Dettmann <> wrote: ...my cousin is
> in an analogous situation. He's R1b1 and matches the
> WAMH for his first 12 markers, but after that things get weird. He's had
> markers tested by FTDNA and has rare values for two slow markers in
> particular: 12 for DYS455, where the modal is 11, and 29 for DYS447, where
> the modal is 27.....
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