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From: "David Faux" <>
Subject: Re: [DNA] 9RA Autosomal Native American Marker
Date: Sat, 6 Sep 2008 09:50:23 -0700
Inferences can be made from the two charts included with the article noted
in this thread. Then interpreted in relation to your known ancestry.
Anything other than the 9 repeat variant will require very careful study and
as a general rule only the 9 can be directly interpreted. For example the
14 variant is very rare in Native American populations (rare enough to
consider admixture) and relatively common in European populations and so it
will be much more likely that the origin of that variant is within your
Hopefully there will be other markers of this nature made available soon -
it is the wave of the future.
David K. Faux.
On 9/6/08, <> wrote:
> I had this marker tested it came back 14-17. Since I seem to be different
> then what you all are talking about I guess I need to look into this some
> more or someone that want to may give me some feedback.
> Allen Hunt
> Stuck in Marlboro, SC
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