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From: "Sandy Paterson" <>
Subject: Re: [DNA] FW: Genome workushers innew geneticera- howcan we mine new data?
Date: Sun, 14 Mar 2010 08:46:09 -0000
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Thanks.

And would I be correct in my thinking that if Craig Venter or James Watson
were M222+, we'd already be aware of some very useful SNP's downstream of
M222+ and which thus must have occurred within the last 1500 years or so?

Sandy



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Subject: Re: [DNA] FW: Genome work ushers innew geneticera- howcan we mine
new data?




A full Y genome by itself, and the supporting databases of SNPs from many
males and in a useful form for the mass of hobbyists, would render, in my
opinion, the best of the STR haplotypes obsolete.

I think someone's survey...



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