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From: "Charles Hollenbeck" <>
Subject: Re: [DNA] SNPs on Chips spreadsheet update (J2 unique ones)
Date: Sat, 18 Oct 2008 12:50:07 -0700
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The Q is probably Q1b, if what Larry Vick has seen is correct. I think 'T'
is ancestral. Hg's Q & R
have [QR] upstream where 'G' occurred. Downstream Q1a reverted to 'T'. (Hg
E is a duplicate
mutation.) I think Larry hit the jackpot.
On 10/18/08, Al Aburto <> wrote:
> There is a problem as I checked with the DecodeMe list and there is a Q
> with "G" reported :-(
> What can I say, other than, this is what I'm seeing :-(
> On the latest SNPs_on_Chips file (23andMe V2a) this is what I see:
> I,G,Q have "T", and
> R,and E have "G"
> From DecodeMe I see the following:
> E1b1b1, R-M269, R-U106, R-S116, R-M222, R-U152, R1a, and Q have "G", while
> G, J, I2, I1, L, N, O have "T" ...
> The haplogroup Q entry appears inconsistent ...
> > Ken Nordtvedt wrote:
> > I just checked. E is reported G. How does T get to I, G and Q with then
> > reversion to G for R?
> > It seems to imply error, T happening twice, or a reversion.
> > ----- Original Message -----
> > From: "Al Aburto" <>
> > To: <>
> > Sent: Saturday, October 18, 2008 12:34 PM
> > Subject: Re: [DNA] SNPs on Chips spreadsheet update (J2 unique ones)
> >> Hi,
> >> I had a "T" ... also haplogroups I, G, and Q had "T" ... the rest were
> >> "G" ...
> >> Al
> >>> Charles Hollenbeck wrote:
> >>> Al,
> >>> What result did you get for rs4027562?
> >>> Charlie
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