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From: Pat Oliver <>
Subject: Re: [DNA] 3-step mutation
Date: Sat, 13 Oct 2007 17:01:36 -0500
>You would have to specify whether the marker is a single-copy marker
>or a multicopy marker. The apparent mechanism is different in each
>Pat Oliver <> wrote: How often do single event
>3-step mutations occur?
The marker is DYS570, a single copy marker. FTDNA returned a value of
14 for this individual but his three distant cousins are DYS570 = 17.
FTDNA has since confirmed the validity of the 14 and the three 17
values. Their haplogroup is R1b1c (M269+). Their known MRCA was born
ca 1750 and, aside from this marker, they have a max GD of 2 at 67
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