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From: "Lawrence Mayka" <>
Subject: Re: [DNA] Recommendations for DNA testing
Date: Sat, 1 Jan 2011 22:11:35 -0600
References: <52025593-9EF1-4A5D-A729-4186037ECADE@comcast.net> <AANLkTimbhkZKMrkwW97ttsEwaJgRnz8=GawEo7R0Pxyd@mail.gmail.com> <email@example.com> <AANLkTingPqvZGSs46TOyAobjeTjx-mzzi_Hfh1e4F_zo@mail.gmail.com> <firstname.lastname@example.org> <AANLkTim-=MYkeN5Tz33Ga9D5zMSvgWJoHhxAAPQf-WT2@mail.gmail.com><email@example.com>
A good example is one that I posted to this list on 11/6/2008:
Ysearch 4ZKEU of Poland has a 34/37 match with M6PHZ of England. Both are
in my project, although the latter is excluded from our yDNA results because
he only joined for the sake of his matrilineage. M6PHZ has a close
patrilineal relative who has a 35/37 match with 4ZKEU. But Polish 4ZKEU
belongs to U106+, whereas English M6PHZ and his relative belong to L21+ (and
P312+). The MRCA of U106+ and P312+ lived about 4000 years ago (or 12000
years ago, if you still believe in the Zhivotovsky fudge factor).
At 67 markers, the GD is 15, which supports the SNP test results.
> From: [mailto:genealogy-dna-
> If you mean 37/37 or 36/37, I'm quite sure none.