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Subject: Re: [DNA] DYS 565 in R-P312+ haplotypes of British Isles
Date: Sun, 8 Feb 2009 10:56:31 EST
My paternal roots are in County Mayo Ireland.
My brother and paternal male second cousin (My paternal grandparents were
cousins. Same surname. My grandmother and his grandfather were siblings) who
share a common ancestor back five or six generations have DYS 565=12. Is this a
fasting changing marker?
Yes, they are R-L21+.
Nora Hopkins FitzGerald
In a message dated 2/8/2009 3:07:08 A.M. Eastern Standard Time,
I did a search in Ysearch & came up with many R1b1b2 haplotypes that
have DYS 565=11, & not of British Isles origin. Some of them matched
haplotypes that have been SNP tested & belong to other subclades,
most were estimated subclades. I think that they will fall out if
SNP tested. When I did my original post on the subject, I was
referring to data mining the R-L21+ & R-P312+ projects. I still think
it is valid observation, i.e. - DYS 565=11 in a M269+ individual with
British Isles origins is probably a good indicator of P312+ status.
On the other hand, DYS 565=11 in a M-269+ individual of Irish origin
is almost entirely irrelevant, as the odds are already greater than
90% (>95%??) that he is R-L21+. Pat
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