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From: John S Walden <>
Subject: Re: [DNA] DYS464X and DYF399X
Date: Tue, 2 Mar 2010 10:05:59 -0500
My Waltz ancestors are J2a1 with DYS464x of 12g 13g 13g 16g (today)
gggg is the modal for all haplogroups other than R1b where most are cccg
There is a recLOH mutation that changes the g and c values
this mutation is more frequent than a SNP but much less frequent than an STR
I estimate the R1b modal for 399x to be 22t 24c 26.1t - but will little
data to confirm.
I have no data on J
If I remember correctly the mutation rate for 399x was estimated at ,03
I am not sure if that is per sub-marker or for all 3 of the markers together
I do not have enough data to tell.
399x is said to be good for sorting branches of family trees but not for J2
I sure wish FTDNA would include the Advanced markers on the project yresults
On Tue, Mar 2, 2010 at 6:04 AM, Kamel GAZZAH <> wrote:
> Hi All,
> I received my DYF399X and DYS464X from Thomas as follows:
> DYF399X 20t-22c-26t
> DYS464X 12g-13g-16g-17g
> I belong to J2a4h1 (L24+,L25+) haplogroup and wish to know :
> - if any data available for these two markers in J2 haplogroup.
> - How fast these markers are ?
> - How are these markers useful for grouping different clusters inside a
> haplogroup ?
> - Is DYS464 gggg common to all J2 people ? or to a more extended group ?
> - Is DYF399 tct common to all J2 people ?
> I found this project with 464 ccgg results , with most of participants in
> R1b haplogroup.
> Kamel Gazzah
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