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From: Vincent Vizachero <>
Subject: Re: [DNA] 2 routes for P312 and U106 ?
Date: Thu, 9 Sep 2010 11:57:23 -0400
References: <N1-eZsWo6u__D@Safe-mail.net> <84303C27-22C7-4056-935C-14D1348BA825@vizachero.com><000c01cb5029$709fc070$48692dae@Ken1><02d801cb502c$1d617360$58245a20$@org><001701cb502d$9bd5edb0$48692dae@Ken1><D56DBAC5-6F39-441E-9F88-F99EDFB2BDEA@vizachero.com><000c01cb5031$704b8c50$48692dae@Ken1><336EC08D-5FD7-4CEA-8EEC-07F3A6199172@vizachero.com><005201cb5035$440e2ea0$48692dae@Ken1>
They only included in Table S2 populations where n was >5, and maybe
also limited to samples where the total R1b percentage was >5%.
On Sep 9, 2010, at 11:39 AM, Ken Nordtvedt wrote:
> When comparing their dataspread of actual U106 haplotypes with the
> giving country summary counts and variances, the data from countries
> such as
> Hungary, Slovenia, Sweden.... are missing from the summary counts,
> variances table. Why?
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