Detecting a females paternity

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PostPosted: Fri Apr 05, 2013 1:03 am
For my education, can someone explain to me how a womans paternity can be traced when females have no yDNA? :?:

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PostPosted: Sun Apr 07, 2013 11:18 am
Ian B wrote:For my education, can someone explain to me how a womans paternity can be traced when females have no yDNA? :?:


General Paternity tests explore specific autosomal markers, and can deduce if a male candidate is a woman's father. In addition, you can use autosomal tests (such as 23andMe, FamilyFinder, AncestryDNA) to determine paternal DNA if you know the mother's DNA.
Y Haplogroup: R1b - U106 - L48 - Z8 - Z6 - M157.2 (private sub-clade of Z6). 111 markers tested, Palindromic markers tested
mt Haplogroup J1c2g Full Mitochondrial test with an additional (private) mutation at 9974T
YSearch & Mitosearch ID: 3HSPN

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