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Subject: Re: [DNA] Question: north-south haplogroups?
Date: Tue, 26 Sep 2006 08:37:43 EDT
In a message dated 9/25/2006 11:43:48 PM Pacific Daylight Time,
> The article below claims that within Europe SNP differences exist between
> north and south.
> I tried to read the article but got lost somewhere along the road.
> Are the difference described consistent with SNP haplogroup differences
> or do they override them?
> For example,
> according to the article
> Would someone with R1b in the south show an SNP difference from an R1b in
> the north?
> Could there be a common SNP denominator between an R1b in the south
> and a J1 in the south that would not be found in the SNPs of their R1b and
> counterparts in the north?
> Here is the URL for the article and an abstract:
The article is about autosomal SNPs (SNPs on the 22 pairs of non-sex nuclear
chromosomes), so yes, an R1b man and a J1 man from the south could have the
same SNP on say chromosome 17. It could be inherited from any of their many
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