Are there any SNPs worth testing for me?


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PostPosted: Thu Jan 28, 2016 6:44 am
Dwight, my congratulations! And Amudsen's results are ready too. You with him have 11 common specific novel-variants.
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PostPosted: Thu Jan 28, 2016 7:10 am
Thanks! I see that he and I have only 1 non-matching known SNP - the CTS4554 which is part of the R1b tree that I somehow acquired!
And I see we have 234 "shared novel variants". I assume the 11 you've identified are derived from that list? Can you tell me what is special about those particular 11? Do we also share those with Fahlgren and Vilkram? Or are they unique to our particular branch? And do I assume correctly then that YFull may identify one or more of those 11 as SNPs that identify our branch?

Mukovnikov wrote:Dwight, my congratulations! And Amudsen's results are ready too. You with him have 11 common specific novel-variants.
Dwight Holmes (was Erichson)
mtDNA: L1b1a8
HVR1: 16126C, 16187T, 16189C, 16223T, 16264T, 16278T, 16293G, 16311C, 16519C, HVR2: 73G, 152C, 182T, 185T, 195C, 247A, 263G, 315.1C, 357G, 522-, 523-
yDNA N-Y7795 [was N-L550; was N1c1d*] Y7795+ L729+ M178+ L550+ L1025- L1027- P298^ P67- P21- P119-
FTDNA N90103 ySearch 7UXV6
Gedmatch M185645 FN90103 GEDCOM ID#5180497
Maternal side y-DNA R1a1a FTDNA 217168 ySearch UVEVE
Family Tree: http://tinyurl.com/Holmes-Seymour

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PostPosted: Thu Jan 28, 2016 1:57 pm
dwight wrote:And I see we have 234 "shared novel variants". I assume the 11 you've identified are derived from that list?

Yes, they are at the bottom of it.
>> Can you tell me what is special about those particular 11?
They are are special for both you.
>>Do we also share those with Fahlgren and Vilkram?
No, Y7795 is common and terminal for You and Fahlgren (and Vilkman).
>>And do I assume correctly then that YFull may identify one or more of those 11 as SNPs that identify our branch?
Yes, It is.
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PostPosted: Tue Feb 02, 2016 5:37 pm
I wrote FTDNA about the odd-looking CTS4554 in my results, and just heard back from them:

"I will have our Data Assurance team review the CTS4554 call to verify that it is accurate. I will email you once they have completed their review. "

dwight wrote:Thanks! I see that he and I have only 1 non-matching known SNP - the CTS4554 which is part of the R1b tree that I somehow acquired!
Dwight Holmes (was Erichson)
mtDNA: L1b1a8
HVR1: 16126C, 16187T, 16189C, 16223T, 16264T, 16278T, 16293G, 16311C, 16519C, HVR2: 73G, 152C, 182T, 185T, 195C, 247A, 263G, 315.1C, 357G, 522-, 523-
yDNA N-Y7795 [was N-L550; was N1c1d*] Y7795+ L729+ M178+ L550+ L1025- L1027- P298^ P67- P21- P119-
FTDNA N90103 ySearch 7UXV6
Gedmatch M185645 FN90103 GEDCOM ID#5180497
Maternal side y-DNA R1a1a FTDNA 217168 ySearch UVEVE
Family Tree: http://tinyurl.com/Holmes-Seymour
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