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From: "William Hurst" <>
Subject: RE: [DNA] Oxford Public Database?
Date: Mon, 21 Aug 2006 23:26:16 -0400
In-Reply-To: <5338DF062085554AAEDD3DC9C7CACA9245B4@ivey3.jlivey.com>


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Bill Hurst

>
>Phil,
>
>I see the same as Ken. When I access the Oxford Ancestors website, it
>asks for a Customer Number and a Password in order to search the
>database.
>
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>Subject: Re: [DNA] Oxford Public Database?
>
>Ken,
>
>Null is indicated by M* in the OA database. Also, you do not need to be
>a customer in order to access their database. I used this database last
>December to tabulate statistics on the then much-maligned DYS425. The
>outcome of my survey was that DYS425 had real evidenciary value. Thanks,
>
>Phil Goff
>
>-------------- Original message --------------
>From: "Ken Nordtvedt" <>
>
> > I found the Oxford DNA site and learned I had to be a customer in
> > order to look into their database of ydna haplotypes. But I did learn
> > of what their 10 markers are. They include DYS425 and enough other
> > basic markers to identify in most cases I1b2a-Isles (M284+) from their
>
> > I1b2a-Continental and I1b2a-Roots cousins. With DYS425 one can see how
>
> > frequent are the 425 nulls for the M284+ clade. They have been the
>rule found elsewhere.
> >
> > Does any one know first hand by being a customer at Oxford how they
> > indicate a null at DYS425 when they quote one's results?
>
>
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