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From: Al Aburto <>
Subject: Re: [DNA] DYS463 and DYS452
Date: Mon, 22 Feb 2010 07:43:53 -0800
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For those needing Deep Clade-J tests the price per SNP is much better
with the Deep Clade-J than the single SNP price in "advanced orders" ---
of course if one has already done the Deep Clade then there is no choice
except the much higher price per SNP in "advanced orders" ... I know we
need to pay for the research, that is fine, but just trying to get the
best deal for my members when possible ...
Al

> On 2/22/2010 7:04 AM, Lawrence Mayka wrote:
> M458 is the opposite situation. On the one hand, I would dearly like to
> have M458 results shown clearly in project results via a subhaplogroup
> designation. But on the other hand, I shudder the chilling effect on orders
> when the current reasonable price as an Advanced SNP skyrockets to the Deep
> Clade level.
>
> The real problem, of course, is that R-M198 has been forced into the same
> Deep Clade suite with R-M269.
>
>
>> From: [mailto:genealogy-dna-
>> ] On Behalf Of Al Aburto
>> I remember being told last year in June 2009 that a
>> new SNP, L70, in our L25 clade would be added to the Deep Clade-J test
>> in a few weeks! It has been long past a few weeks. For months I held
>> off asking our members to order from "advanced orders" because "in a few
>> weeks" (that never came) they would get a better price from the Deep
>> Clade-J.
>>
>


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