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From: Kim Spangrude <>
Subject: Re: [Q-B-I] Exciting DNA news
Date: Fri, 26 Feb 2010 13:10:20 -0700
How is the autosomal DNA different from the other two? In what
scenarios would it be helpful to have results from this test?
On Feb 26, 2010, at 11:22 AM, Susan Rosine wrote:
> Hello everyone!
> Some of you may already have received an email from FTDNA, inviting
> you to participate, at a special low introductory price, in their
> newest type of DNA test, which they are calling "Family Finder".
> This test looks at your autosomal DNA, NOT your Y-DNA and NOT your
> mtDNA. If any of you have tested with 23andMe, it is similar to
> their Relative Finder.
> For those who did NOT receive an email from FTDNA about the special
> price offer, the British Quakers DNA project has been allowed to
> offer ONE person in our project the special price (Rootsweb does not
> allow publication of price information).
> If anyone is interested, it's limited to ONE offer from our project.
> First come, first served! You must already be a member of the
> British Quakers DNA project through FTDNA, and you must not have
> already received the individual offer from FTDNA.
> Here is the an extract from the notification that project
> administrators received:
> "We are now prepared to offer to each of our Group Administrators
> the opportunity to participate in the 2nd phase of the pre-launch of
> this exciting new tool.
> Each Group Admin may select one kit # that He/She would like to
> order a Family Finder test at the introductory price of $xxx. "
> You will find more information about the test on your own personal
> myFTDNA page.
> The Family Finder test will be open to everyone else in March, but I
> do not know what the price will be at that time. I can tell you that
> it is a very good deal right now, based on what they charge for this
> test at 23andMe.
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