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From: "Dora Smith" <>
Subject: Re: [DNA] How do you find your mutation list on FTDNA's(nowCRSdifferences)
Date: Thu, 23 Aug 2007 07:47:37 -0500
Thanks, Kathy. I never understood that you could enter a sequence - the
last time we went through it, we used an accession number.
In Mitosearch you can see that not only H2 sequences are often missing 263G.
I wish there were an obvious way to spot H2 - and so I suspect does FTDNA.
> I think we've explained it before but let me
> walk you through the steps again using real
> information. Since you are interested in CRS
> I will use the first 427 sequences of the CRS
> which also defines HVR2 at Sorenson's smgf.org
> just to keep the length of the sequence small
> for demonstration purposes:
> Go to _http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/BLAST/_
> and select Search Nucleotide Blast.
> You can enter an accession number such as those listed
> at Ian Logan's site but let's just enter the sequence above.
> Just paste the sequence exactly as reported above starting
> with 1 and ending with caccccc
> Kathy J.
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