Archiver > Y-DNA-HAPLOGROUP-I > 2009-03 > 1237328741

From: "Ken Nordtvedt" <>
Subject: [yDNAhgI] From Spelling to Sequencing
Date: Tue, 17 Mar 2009 16:25:41 -0600
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So enough with German spelling. Let's move on to haplogroup I possibilities
for finding its own new snps.

Yesterday I threw out my initial views about possible haplogroup I
commissioning of searches for new ysnps through FTDNA's upcoming program of
sequencing portions of the y chromosome for a fee.

I threw out my initial thoughts in order to get discussion from others. Due
to cost this would probably have to be a collective project most of the
time. There's been silence since. So perhaps the haplogroup I community
does not have sufficient interest in exploring this concept? Actually, it
would be a sub-haplogroup by sub-haplogroup set of projects. Searching for
a desirable new snp in I1 would be a different search than looking for a new
and desirable snp in I2*, etc.


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