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From: Patricia <>
Subject: Re: [DNA] New FTDNA mtDNA updates
Date: Wed, 12 Dec 2012 08:04:22 -0700
References: <BAY160-W2165DC25496BF24F06E11FF14F0@phx.gbl>
In-Reply-To: <BAY160-W2165DC25496BF24F06E11FF14F0@phx.gbl>


Hi,
My uncle mtDNA results have changed to K1a-T195C!
What does the T195C mean?
Patricia

On 2012-12-12, at 6:32 AM, William Hurst <> wrote:

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> Hi all,
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> The FTDNA pages came back online almost exactly at 7 AM Central time as promised. I'll note just a few of the more obvious changes I see regarding mtDNA. (Please start another thread for Y-DNA, etc.)
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> First, they didn't update my subclade! My K1c2a is defined on the PhyloTree by 15944d or 15944-. I have that deletion, but I'm still shown as K1c2.
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> On my personal page, the default Results format is RSRS, which can be switched to rCRS. But on the Project pages, the Results are still in rCRS.
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> Most new subclades are shown on my K Project page, and I assume for other haplogroups. But I see many issues that will have to be addressed individually. For example, they have the new K1e shown correctly, but not K1d.
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> Many new subclades are shown with new terminology adapted from the PhyloTree and mtDNACommunity.org First one I see is "K1-T16362C." The "T16362C" is an unlabeled branch. Note the use of the T prefix - PhyloTree style, while the mutations lists don't have the prefixes. So there is a mixture of RSRS and rCRS styles.
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> More later I'm sure.
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> Bill Hurst
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