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From: Paul Roche <>
Subject: Re: [DNA] DYS464X test
Date: Sun, 2 Sep 2012 21:05:46 -0400
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my understanding is it should be read 15c 15c 18c 17g because they usually record them in numerical order

Paul

On Sep 2, 2012, at 8:58 PM, "Nelda Percival" <> wrote:

>
> Hi,
> The DYS464X now gives us:
>
> 15c 15c 18c 18g
> 15c 15c 17g 18c
>
> Can we deduce anything particular from these results?Question/Statement In some results that have multiple answers they are reported Lower to higher instead of how they actually appear. Could this happen with the DYS464X test?
>
> If they were listed:
> 15c, 15c, 18c, 18g
> 15c, 15c, 18c, 17g
>
> then it would be a simple answer, I would ask not only do you have an additional spike here, but a change from
> C to G?
>
> Comments please?
>
> Nelda
>
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>> Date: Mon, 3 Sep 2012 00:01:04 +0100
>> From:
>> To: ;
>> Subject: Re: [DNA] DYS464X test
>>
>> Or vice versa of course
>>
>>
>>
>> ________________________________
>> From: David Stedman <>
>> To: "" <>
>> Sent: Sunday, 2 September 2012, 23:58
>> Subject: Re: [DNA] DYS464X test
>>
>> I'd say there was a single mutation from 18g to 17g
>>
>>
>>
>> ________________________________
>> From: Debbie Kennett <>
>> To:
>> Sent: Sunday, 2 September 2012, 23:48
>> Subject: [DNA] DYS464X test
>>
>> Doe anyone have any experience of interpreting DYS464X results? I have two
>> men in my project whose alleles at DYS 464 are:
>>
>> 15 15 18 18
>> 15 15 17 18
>>
>> The DYS464X now gives us:
>>
>> 15c 15c 18c 18g
>> 15c 15c 17g 18c
>>
>> Can we deduce anything particular from these results?
>>
>> Are the two 18cs equivalent or have there been two separate mutations
>> (18c/17g and 18g/18c)?
>>
>> Is there likely to be any benefit in ordering further DYS464X tests? We are
>> investigating a tree where the common ancestor lived over 800 years ago.
>>
>> Debbie Kennett
>>
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