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From: Robert Stafford <>
Subject: Re: [DNA] TMRCA assessments
Date: Sat, 20 Feb 2010 19:33:14 -0600
References: <mailman.5436.1266449280.2099.genealogy-dna@rootsweb.com><AE89470655EF4C388A99CC785251100F@anatoldesktop>
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Here is an example from our surname project. It is a documented family.

28 participants.
16 match the ancestral on FTDNA's 25 markers.
16 differences from the ancestral.
A: DYS464 = (15,15,15,16) vs. (15,15,16,16) for ancestral
B. DYS391 = 10 vs. 11
DYS439 = 12 vs. 13
C. DYS390 = 24 vs. 25
D. DYS389ii-i = 17 vs, 16
DYS449 = 30 vs. 29
E. DYS389ii-i = 17 vs, 16
DYS439 = 12 vs. 13
F. DYS439 = 14 vs. 13
G. DYS385 = (11,11) vs. (11,14)
H. DYS389ii-i = 17 vs. 16
I. DYS393 = 12 vs. 13
J. DYS447 = 24 vs. 25
DYS459 = (9,10) vs. (10,10)
K. DYS464 = (15,15,15,16) vs. (15,15,16,16) for ancestral
L. DYS390 = 24 vs. 25

Bob Stafford

On Sat, Feb 20, 2010 at 5:50 PM, Anatole Klyosov <>wrote:

>
> With repeated "inline mutations" originated by a single mutation those
> haplotypes form a separate branch in the haplotype tree. Separate branches
> are calculated separately, hence, there are no "overcounting" mutations
> there.
>
> If you still do not understand, ask me for a concrete example.
>
> Regards,
>
> Anatole Klyosov
>
>
>


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