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From: Jim Bartlett <>
Subject: Re: [DNA] How many realistic locations on the Y for SNPs?9
Date: Sat, 08 Jan 2011 15:27:49 -0500
If a transition SNP is estimated to occur 3 / 100 million; what would be the probability of a transversion SNP? If it were equally likely to occur, it would "greatly" expand the possibilities; if not, it may be lost in the rounding...
Jim - Sent from my iPhone - FaceTime!
On Jan 8, 2011, at 2:58 PM, Raymond Wing <> wrote:
> While most mutations are transitions (A to G, T to C) transversions (A to T or
> C, T to A or G, etc.) also can occur, thus greatly expanding the number of
> possible mutations.
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