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From: "Alfred A. Aburto Jr." <>
Subject: Re: [DNA] Samaritan Cohen are E3b1(M78) & DYS439
Date: Tue, 17 Apr 2007 20:16:48 -0700
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I had assumed that M was J1? because he was tested as J (as were Z & D)
but he did not test as J2, only Z and D did ... see page 159 left side
near middle. M is listed as J* there but really he is probably J1.
J(xJ2) ~ J1 would be the right notation. He is close to a J2a1b person
in my database but from B. Bonne-Timir et al (2003) he is J(xJ2) ~ J1.
> Rebekah wrote:
>I ran them all through Athey's predictor and M came up with a mixed
>prediction. In light of Shen it must surely be one of the J2s?
>Alfred A. Aburto Jr. wrote:
>>Good morning. Humm, looks like I need to look at this article again. I
>>had placed "M" as a J1? in my database. I put the "?" when I'm
>>estimating the haplogroup and the haplotype was not SNP tested. But I
>>see now that "M" is 2 points from a J2a1b? I have from SMGF (Buehler
>>from Lenk, Bern, Switzerland). I was interested in "M" because he had
>>DYS391=11 (as I do, J2a1*).