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From: Beth Long <>
Subject: Re: [DNA] R1a SNP testers wanted
Date: Sun, 16 Aug 2009 23:53:20 -0700 (PDT)
In-Reply-To: <953272665.588201250466078139.JavaMail.root@sz0002a.westchester.pa.mail.comcast.net>


...and of the 20 R1a in the Hungarian Bukovina project who have tested to at least 37 markers, 100% have 19,23 at YCAIIa/IIb.

There are 30 who have tested to at least 25 markers, and of those, 22 have DYS459a/b=  9,10. Of the remaining eight, one has 8,9; and seven have 9,9.

Beth Long

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Subject: Re: [DNA] R1a SNP testers wanted
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Date: Sunday, August 16, 2009, 4:41 PM



>From: Doug McDonald < >
>I'm looking for some people to test the new R1a SNPs discovered in me.
>Especially wanted are...
>4) typical R1a1 Russians or Poles who are YCAIIa,b = 19,23

Dear Doug,



It might be of interest to you that a colleague of mine and myself are finishing with an extended study

of about a thousand of 25-, 37, and 67-marker R1a1 haplotypes. An enormous haplotype tree has subdivided all of them into about 20 branches, and your 19,21 is one of them. It has sub-branches, and we have characterized them with datings of common ancestors.



For the record, among 110 of 25-marker Russian haplotypes 89 (81%) have 9,10 in those positions you have indicated, 19 (17%) have 9,9, and three singles 8,10; 9,11; 10,10.



Regarding the YCA, out of 93 of 37-marker Russian haplotypes, 86 (92%) have 19,23, two 19,22; and singles 20,23; 19,20; 19,19; 19,24; and 19,21 (who has 9,11).  




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