New WTY Test for Haplogroup N

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PostPosted: Thu Apr 25, 2013 7:13 am
It seems to me that there are people with YCA II 18-18 in the proposed Z1941 section of the Z1936-project. Is there a spacial reason for this, traditionally these have not been classified as potential Z1941's?
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PostPosted: Sat Apr 27, 2013 1:08 pm
The new SNPs has appeared on FtDna´s draft tree, and according to that it seems the WTY guy is negative for L392 (and thus L1026) and positive for L839. This would explain the relatively large number of new SNPs, but the problem is that the Draft Tree has some serious known faults in the N-sector, so we have been tricked before.

However, annoying stuff these anonymous WTY-tests.
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PostPosted: Sat Apr 27, 2013 3:31 pm
Yeah, it seems kind of pointless that he would make his results public and then not even tell anyone who he is, although I guess it's still less expensive that way. That's a lot of new SNPs. I wouldn't even know where to start as far as having other people test for them. Is there anyone we know of who is N-L708*?
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PostPosted: Sat Apr 27, 2013 6:14 pm
Stenhög wrote:The new SNPs has appeared on FtDna´s draft tree, and according to that it seems the WTY guy is negative for L392 (and thus L1026) and positive for L839. This would explain the relatively large number of new SNPs, but the problem is that the Draft Tree has some serious known faults in the N-sector, so we have been tricked before.

However, annoying stuff these anonymous WTY-tests.


Two samples (China) in the 1000 Genomes Project have SNPs L1420 and L1422.
These samples are N-M128 (former N1a)
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PostPosted: Sun Apr 28, 2013 9:53 am
AJRLegits wrote:Yeah, it seems kind of pointless that he would make his results public and then not even tell anyone who he is, although I guess it's still less expensive that way. That's a lot of new SNPs. I wouldn't even know where to start as far as having other people test for them. Is there anyone we know of who is N-L708*?


I've sent him a e-mail but no reply as yet :(
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PostPosted: Mon Apr 29, 2013 2:18 pm
sasha39 wrote:
AJRLegits wrote:Yeah, it seems kind of pointless that he would make his results public and then not even tell anyone who he is, although I guess it's still less expensive that way. That's a lot of new SNPs. I wouldn't even know where to start as far as having other people test for them. Is there anyone we know of who is N-L708*?


I've sent him a e-mail but no reply as yet :(

I've got his reply.
He is going to get official WTY results and then, may be, will talk about what to do with it :)
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PostPosted: Mon Apr 29, 2013 11:22 pm
Eugene wrote:
sasha39 wrote:
AJRLegits wrote:Yeah, it seems kind of pointless that he would make his results public and then not even tell anyone who he is, although I guess it's still less expensive that way. That's a lot of new SNPs. I wouldn't even know where to start as far as having other people test for them. Is there anyone we know of who is N-L708*?


I've sent him a e-mail but no reply as yet :(

I've got his reply.
He is going to get official WTY results and then, may be, will talk about what to do with it :)


Great news Eugene,
Hopefully he'll join our little group :D

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PostPosted: Sun May 05, 2013 8:16 am
My haplogroup is N1c1-L839(xL1026).
Only L1423 fits my own WTY. And I have C allele in position 20 688 057. So I am L1423-.

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PostPosted: Thu May 16, 2013 12:06 pm
WTY 264097 snips:
L549-
L708-
L839-
M178-
L729+
L838+
Z1938+
Z1955+

Tat is not available
P105 is not available

FTDNA consider 264097 to be N-Tat
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 05, 2013 8:28 am
There are some new SNPs (L1440, L1441 and L1442) on the draft tree again, obviously a new WTY has been completed.
They are placed downstream of L1034. So, who is it? AJRL?
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