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From: "Lancaster-Boon" <>
Subject: Re: [DNA] DYS533 (Panel 9 and EA)
Date: Sat, 6 Mar 2010 10:28:09 +0100
Note: I just realized kit 19583 was tested by Ethnoancestry, not FT DNA, so
this could be a conversion issue. I have found it historically very
difficult to be confident of how to convert.
What is the latest on conversion factors from EA to FT DNA panel 9?
From: Lancaster-Boon [mailto:]
Sent: 06 March 2010 10:21
Subject: DYS533 (Panel 9 and EA)
Dear Vince and Didier
In FT DNA terms, the Livingston/MacLea project's R1b collection shows DYS533
values from 11 to 13.
Our Scots Cluster group (R-L21*) show both 12 and 13.
The MacWho Cluster (R-L21*) shows both 11 and 13, even within one surname,
which perhaps signifies that this is a "fast mover" (or a lab error on kit
"Cluster 26" (R-L21*) shows 12 on one case so far.
It would be handy if one of the R projects would try to tabulate modals for
some of the STR markers beyond the standard 67+9. Is there enough data yet?
One marker I think we identified a while back as significant was DYS717=21
for the Scots cluster versus 19 for the rest of R-L21, but I am not clear on
whether there has been much more work done on that. Potentially there are
all sorts of discoveries to be made, many will just solidify what is known
about already known clusters, but maybe new ones will also appear.
From: Vince Tilroe <>
Subject: Re: [DNA] Re : no match on panel 9 markers
Date: Fri, 5 Mar 2010 11:33:27 -0700
LOL Yup, I guess I really am an oddball!
On 4 March 2010 21:49, vernade didier <> wrote:
> 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
> the same DYS533=12 (no DYS533=11).
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