Archiver > Y-DNA-HAPLOGROUP-I > 2011-09 > 1316702934

From: "John O'Grady" <>
Subject: Re: [yDNAhgI] L699-L707 in an I-L622 WTY
Date: Thu, 22 Sep 2011 07:48:54 -0700
References: <CAGMssPfjZsD1dn1t_HJZCTufZ3BL5WyAJaD+EDccvX4jpMBeJA@mail.gmail.com>,<F523F0CF848444EEAD221E5045E4C7DB@kenPC>,<CADz9sbrCKA7FxRKDk1G2d4q-VoQ_ws4p=quThOYUiAJBi75i2A@mail.gmail.com>,<C1511E37766A4B689FE1475685D9C8DC@kenPC>,<CADz9sbqPdxeKPHoUxETZPRMk_wffwmVd-J2KHQDRrYKuG7CYmQ@mail.gmail.com>,<CAGMssPdGggpDxY5+_wCVqOYQffGLgRs9t=V4osUKvhJouu-2kg@mail.gmail.com>
In-Reply-To: <CAGMssPdGggpDxY5+_wCVqOYQffGLgRs9t=V4osUKvhJouu-2kg@mail.gmail.com>

L707 is positive for L158 and L160 and negative for L161 and M223. Therefore it appears to be equivalent to M26.Those who have access to finch2 can see the L707 results here:http://finch2.ftdna.com/Finch/ADB/alleleList?Fcol=2;Fopr=2;Fval=L707;Sort=1John O'Grady
> Date: Thu, 22 Sep 2011 07:34:50 -0600
> Subject: Re: [yDNAhgI] L699-L707 in an I-L622 WTY
> From:
> To: ;
> Greg wrote below that he looked at 1000 Genomes data and found two
> M26+ L160+ people to be L707+ and another M26+ L160+ and a M26+ L160-
> to have no calls at L707.
> But as an I2a (P37.2) Project admin I can access the chromat files of
> WTYs in our project, and looking at them I found that all three recent
> M26+ WTYs were L707+, this includes two L160+ people and one L160-
> person:
> GRC001348, GRC025786, GRC025426
> Two recent WTYs in I-M423 (Dinaric and Isles) were L707- (GRC011055,
> GRC006627) and the L707 location was not covered in an earlier I-L233
> WTY.
> If someone (John O'Grady?) knows how to use finch2 to check old WTYs
> for newly discovered SNPs maybe they could verify/expand my attempt to
> look up L707 (position 3496223) results in I-P37.2. (I don't know how
> to do this).
> Bernie

This thread: