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From: "Steven Bird" <>
Subject: [DNA] E3b clustering and V 13
Date: Tue, 13 Feb 2007 20:16:41 -0500
I thought the subclustering was fairly obvious for E3b even at 37 markers.
I'm sure it would be more pronounced at 67.
BTW, I ordered my V-13 test today from EA. We'll see what comes out.
E3b1a, allegedly 2
>From: Robert Tarn <>
>Subject: Re: [DNA] There is no WAMH (R1b modal) cluster
>Date: Tue, 13 Feb 2007 19:05:09 -0600
>Has anyone done comparisons between various haplogroups with 67 marker
>haplotypes using software such as Fluxus to compare their individual
>topologies? When I did my Fluxus diagrams of E3b the subclustering was
>pretty obvious but I remember trying it for my collection of Iberian R1b
>haplotypes and that result looked like one big ball of yarn, sort of like
>analogy of a shrub I used earlier. I think graphic representations can
>really give us some good clues to various population genetics.
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