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From: "Ken Nordtvedt" <>
Subject: Re: [DNA] Re: I1a EA SNP test
Date: Mon, 14 Aug 2006 12:52:12 -0600
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No, you are mixing apples and oranges. Your haplotype is I1a-AS right now,
because it does not seem to particularly fit the sub-divisions As1 to AS9
and is not of the Norse kind of haplotype.

I1a-AS is sort of the central or main type, being to I1a as R1b-AMH is to
R1b

Ken
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Subject: Re: [DNA] Re: I1a EA SNP test


> Ken wrote:
> The SNP tests confirm what your haplotype says (DYS455 = 8, etc.); you are
> I1a* but not any of the subclades (M227, M72, M21 all ancestral)
>
> Carol asks:
> Where does I1a* fall in your IModals.xls designations of:
> I1a-AS
> I1a-AS1
> I1a-AS2
> I1a-AS2*
> I1a-AS3
> I1a-AS9
> I1a-AS4
> I1a-AS5
> I1a-AS6
> I1a-AS7
> I1a-AS8
>
> or am I mixing apples and oranges?
>
> Thanks!!
>
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