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From: Thomas Krahn <>
Subject: Re: [DNA] L132 and L130
Date: Fri, 19 Jun 2009 23:11:27 -0500
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Thomas Krahn wrote:
>
> L132 can be found on Adriano's spreadsheet. David Wilson correctly
> notified me that the listed mutation in my table (C to T) is really a
> back mutation and should be correctly labeled as L130.2 for testing
> R-L1 persons. The L130.1 original mutation (T to C) happened earlier
> at the F trunk.
> The coincidental no-calls in the two R-L1 samples may be caused by a
> close-by SNP. This still needs to be investigated.
Sorry typo:
I meant L132.2 and L132.1


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