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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 07:59:18 -0500
I just ran one of Herrnstadt's 750A* sequences and her sequence that exactly
matches the CRS - EF657704 and EF657416 using Ian's greasmonkey tool.
For the CRS match I get this puzzling result: .. ONLINE ANALYSER ...
Database - 15 August 2007 ... EF657704 mtDNA525(Europe) Haplogroup H2 ......
...... Analyser matches stored data
Last time it told me CRS, and I think it also told me H2a2.
For the 750A* match, I get ... ONLINE ANALYSER ... Database - 15 August 2007
... EF657416 mtDNA266(Europe) Haplogroup H2 ...... A8860G A15326G ......
Analyser matches stored data
I wonder why it isn't giving me H2a2?
In any case, it appears to work, and it isn't giving me an incomplete
So does this result from Ian Logan's tool mean that there are no control
region mutations, or is Ian Logan's tool able to recognize and work on
sequences that leave out the coding region?
> Ah, you're right -- I wasn't thinking about FULL sequences when I said the
> CRS had closer matches on the MitoMap tree. That tree omits HVR data.
> strange is that BLAST changes the order of matches if you ask for "highly
> similar" or "somewhat similar" sequences. That's probably why you saw a
> sequence on your second try.
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