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From: Al Aburto <>
Subject: Re: [DNA] SNP L4 "private SNP" question?
Date: Wed, 17 Feb 2010 07:46:25 -0800
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A problem is that the marker set is not defined. The specific markers
used and the number of markers used can be confusing factors in deriving
the percentage.
Al

> On 2/17/2010 7:05 AM, Vincent Vizachero wrote:
> Under ISOGG guidelines, SNPs are considered "private" when derived
> haplotypes match at 85% or more of markers tested.
>
> http://isogg.org/tree/ISOGG_SNP_Requirements.html
>
> For example, if two derived halotypes are a 32/37 match the SNP would
> presumably be private.
>
> If you have two kits with a GD more than that which are both confirmed
> L4+, write me offline.
>
> VV
>
>
> On Feb 17, 2010, at 9:25 AM, SVass wrote:
>
>
>> So my question is, when does a SNP become public?
>>
>


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