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From: "Gary & Ann Blakely" <>
Subject: Re: [DNA] Re : no match on panel 9 markers
Date: Fri, 5 Mar 2010 08:39:04 -0600
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Hi Didier,

My DYS533 appears to be 11 as tested by EA.

Gary Blakely

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Sent: Thursday, March 04, 2010 10:49 PM
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Subject: Re: [DNA] Re : no match on panel 9 markers

Yes, thanks for this Vince, it's more precise but it can surely be more
precise. I just quickly checked R1b1b2a1a in ysearch and the ALL have the
same DYS556=11 while this group is heterogeneous for many slow markers like
DYS492 etc... (14 records for R1b1b2a1a*).
Incidently, I noticed for this group (R1b1b2a1a*) that Vince Tilroe who is
following this list is the only one with DYS533=14 while all the others have
the same DYS533=12 (no DYS533=11).

Didier

> In Ymatch, 2/43 R1b haplotypes are
> DYS556=12.  That's about 5%.
>
> VV
>
>
> On Mar 4, 2010, at 9:08 PM, vernade didier wrote:
>
> > I understand that the counts you provided for DYS556
> are for all 
> > groups. I don't think there are so many DYS556=12 in
> R1b . It's a 
> > fact that I have no matches in ysearch (Panel 9) and
> my search of 
> > the reason why showed that DYS533=11 and DYS556=12 (in
> an R1b 
> > background = other markers) is rare and for the moment
> unmatched.
> > Thank you for these data on panel 9 markers. It would
> be more 
> > helpful if we knew more on the distribution per group.
> Some panel 9 
> > markers may be group specific (at least partly) ; for
> example the 4 
> > available cases so far in R-SRY2627 all have DYS522=10
> while 11 or 
> > 12 are the only values I could find in R-M222 .



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