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Subject: Re: [DNA] Does Ian's tool extract mutations from sequences thatdon't have th...
Date: Fri, 24 Aug 2007 09:06:06 EDT
In a message dated 8/23/2007 6:04:12 PM Pacific Daylight Time,
> So far Ann's told me what she didn't say, and you've told me I should know
> the control region by sight and therefore know the answer to my question,
> but I still don't have the answer to my question, which is does her data
> actually have the coding region.
Forgive me if I sounded curt, but perhaps I *was* a bit impatient because
I've written so much that you don't seem to register. The very same message you
misquoted had the answer to the questions you've been asking about Herrnstadt's
data. That data (at least as made available publicly) has the coding region
only, bases 577-16023.
In another message you said that you'd found some number of sequences at
MitoSearch lacking the mutation at 263G, where the CRS has the rare value. I'd
take those sequences with a grain of salt, as I've seen a number of cases where a
person has submitted a record saying "no mutations" in HVR2, when they should
have said "not tested."
I don't have time to examine all the assertions you've made about who has
tested what, so please don't take silence for assent.
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