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From: Gary Felix <>
Subject: Re: [DNA] Different Subject
Date: Thu, 10 May 2007 05:59:28 -0700 (PDT)
This paper used 1,766 fatherson pairs, not average allele lengths. They then separated these results by haplogroup to produce some of their findings. They found that there was a significant relative excess of losses in long alleles and gains in
short alleles (p=0.043). If this is correct, results would tend to be at or close to the mean average allele length per haplogroup.
Mexico DNA Project Admin.
John Chandler <> wrote:
>The lesson is clear: if you
>want to label a collection of haplotypes in order to predict possible
>deviations from the average mutation rates, you need to specify the
>average allele lengths. The haplogroups simply won't do.
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