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Subject: Re: [DNA] Sale and Native American mtdna
Date: Tue, 4 Oct 2011 07:14:07 -0400
Same team but not the same data. Thanks anyway.
> [mailto:] On Behalf Of Didier VERNADE
> Sent: Tuesday, October 04, 2011 2:47 AM
> Subject: Re: [DNA] Sale and Native American mtdna
> The sale is over but I still have similar questions. The following paper
> from 2009 was using HVR1 + HVR2 :
> A great diversity of Amerindian mitochondrial DNA ancestry is present in the
> Mexican mestizo population
> Journal of Human Genetics 54, 695-705 (December 2009) |
> I can't get a hand on the whole paper but the main question is how trustable
> is the use of HVR1 + HVR2 for these haplogroups :
> A2, B2, C1 and D1 . Maps would be welcome !
> > With this sale I am telling my friend with maternal line probably in
> > 12,000 years about it. I ask again what I asked a week or two ago --- if
> > orders just the HVR1&2 will he probably
> > still get a basic yes or no answer about whether his line is one of the
> > lines that came over thousands of years ago via Siberia......? There is no
> > modern Asian participation in his family tree.
> > I understand the FGS will tell him everything determinable down to the
> > subhaplogroups, but in case he is price sensitive to what or whether he
> > orders, will he answer the first basic question from HVR1 and HVR2 or is
> > FGS pretty much a necessity?
> > For all I know he will place a super order including ydna to check out his
> > German ancestry, too, but it would be nice to tell him what he needs in
> > mtdna regime, given his family history.
> > Ken
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