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From: marianne dillow <>
Subject: Re: [DNA] Help with mtDNA, please! Was: Re: SMGF
Date: Sat, 17 Nov 2007 09:38:54 -0800 (PST)
I don't have any of your HVR1 mutations but I do have your HVR2 mutations of 73G, 263G, and 315.1C ..... I don't have your mutation of 309.1C. I have seen some on HVR2 with your mutation of 309.1C though. So, I know your mutations on HVR2 is correct.
I'm not familiar with U5 but the 9 markers from CR differences from CRS took me out of haplogroup H to H1a1. There are only 4 of us right now in that haplogroup. FTDNA told me that anyone in haplogroup H or H1a or elgible to become H1a1 if they do their FGS testing. H* and H1 are not elgible to become a H1a1 FTDNA said.
It all sounds confusing but the list helps me to learn and I always try to share the little bit I know. LOL ! It comes bit by bit. It is fun learning the process though. Maybe if you contact FTDNA and tell them about GeneTree the lab at FTDNA will explain your results. I have had to call them on mine for answers. :) They have always been very helpful.
"R. Stevens" <> wrote:
I think I'm getting the hang of SMGF and mtDNA, but please correct me if I am wrong.
Here is what I have finally been able to wring from SMGF by the process of elimination: http://tinyurl.com/3alddt
HVR1 (which I knew already from FTDNA):
HVR2 (New from SMGF):
So far, so good.
I'm still hoping some kind soul with mtDNA knowledge will help me out here.
Do these new HVR2 results shed any further light on my mtDNA situation? FTDNA would only call me "U5," but Gene Tree says I'm U5a.
You may have noticed that I have a match with a Metcalf from Utah, except that person has no report at all on 16223T, so it may turn out to be a one-off rather than an exact match.
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