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From: "Ken Nordtvedt" <>
Subject: Re: [DNA] DYS463 and DYS452
Date: Mon, 22 Feb 2010 08:56:25 -0700
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From: "Al Aburto" <>
> 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" ---
But it is the rare customer (in my haplogroup of main interest) who needs to
test all the snps in the package which brings the price per snp down. I
could now add lots of sick jokes about the wife coming home from the sale
with all her purchases at a better average cost --- but I won't.
In my haplogroup of main interest deep clade packages are almost always a
big waste of money forced on customers who have learned their preliminary or
likely locations and want confirmation of the controling downstream snp.