Full Genomes Corp - new WTY type test ?

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PostPosted: Thu May 16, 2013 4:22 pm
The Yahoo Newbie forum have people ordering this test which states it is a full Y chromosome scan:

http://www.fullgenomes.com/

Most of the links are not functional, but the test seems very real to me from the description. With a sales price
of $1,295, this would be a big step forward for Y-SNP testing. I have three concerns:

1) Can this company really deliver a full Y-chromosome scan. CeCe Moore was pretty positive on those involved.
2) Will the data format be useful enough for analysis - at least a FINCH2 server tool (no more complicated than that)?
3) Does anyone have any experience with results to date and know how to consolidate and report this kind of test ?

Update (5/17/13):

http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/R1b1c_U106-S21/message/12645

With pending tests for Greg and Vince, these heavyweights obviously have faith in this company. But these heavyweights
probably know how to read the 19 GB file. This is really the first entrance of Chinese labor (Hong Kong) being used with
a American sales group.

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PostPosted: Sat May 18, 2013 6:59 am
For your information, it was also discussed on other parts of this forum:

viewtopic.php?f=71&t=1075&p=15172#p15172
viewtopic.php?f=18&t=1056&p=14884#p14884
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PostPosted: Sun May 19, 2013 7:44 am
Greg is getting his full genome sequenced by BGI via a different academic study; however, Charles Moore and Wayne Kauffman are also in the Phase II pilot batch with FullGenomes Corp. along with myself, and are expecting data within the next two weeks. Justin Loe has already received his results along with a haplogroup G trio from the Phase I pilot study conducted a few months ago.

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PostPosted: Sun May 19, 2013 11:56 am
Robert Casey wrote:The Yahoo Newbie forum have people ordering this test which states it is a full Y chromosome scan:

http://www.fullgenomes.com/

Most of the links are not functional, but the test seems very real to me from the description. With a sales price
of $1,295, this would be a big step forward for Y-SNP testing. I have three concerns:

1) Can this company really deliver a full Y-chromosome scan. CeCe Moore was pretty positive on those involved.
2) Will the data format be useful enough for analysis - at least a FINCH2 server tool (no more complicated than that)?
3) Does anyone have any experience with results to date and know how to consolidate and report this kind of test ?

Update (5/17/13):

http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/R1b1c_U106-S21/message/12645

With pending tests for Greg and Vince, these heavyweights obviously have faith in this company. But these heavyweights
probably know how to read the 19 GB file. This is really the first entrance of Chinese labor (Hong Kong) being used with
a American sales group.


I (Justin Loe) am the CEO. (other members of the team include Paul Conroy and Leon Kull). We have a team to provide complete SNP interpretation as well as STR data. We can also provide the entire raw data set for users who are interested, which totals 12 -16 gb and includes the .bam file. I am willing to send parts of my data to customers who are interested as a preview of what they receive. As Vince mentioned, we have sequenced 5 people through BGI, including myself, as well as three G samples that Ray Banks submitted. Our website is in the process of development. I also respond to questions via our webpage or on our Facebook page. Ray Banks has already analyzed his data and noted his results on his spreadsheet.

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PostPosted: Sun May 19, 2013 12:43 pm
warwick wrote:
Robert Casey wrote:The Yahoo Newbie forum have people ordering this test which states it is a full Y chromosome scan:

http://www.fullgenomes.com/

Most of the links are not functional, but the test seems very real to me from the description. With a sales price
of $1,295, this would be a big step forward for Y-SNP testing. I have three concerns:

1) Can this company really deliver a full Y-chromosome scan. CeCe Moore was pretty positive on those involved.
2) Will the data format be useful enough for analysis - at least a FINCH2 server tool (no more complicated than that)?
3) Does anyone have any experience with results to date and know how to consolidate and report this kind of test ?

Update (5/17/13):

http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/R1b1c_U106-S21/message/12645

With pending tests for Greg and Vince, these heavyweights obviously have faith in this company. But these heavyweights
probably know how to read the 19 GB file. This is really the first entrance of Chinese labor (Hong Kong) being used with
a American sales group.


I (Justin Loe) am the CEO. (other members of the team include Paul Conroy and Leon Kull). We have a team to provide complete SNP interpretation as well as STR data. We can also provide the entire raw data set for users who are interested, which totals 12 -16 gb and includes the .bam file. I am willing to send parts of my data to customers who are interested as a preview of what they receive. As Vince mentioned, we have sequenced 5 people through BGI, including myself, as well as three G samples that Ray Banks submitted. Our website is in the process of development. I also respond to questions via our webpage or on our Facebook page. Ray Banks has already analyzed his data and noted his results on his spreadsheet.



i am j-l858 whiche is 3500 years

i this test is usfuel for me to find new snp
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PostPosted: Sun May 19, 2013 2:40 pm
Also, I can report that to date ordered 5 tests for haplogroups Q: 3 Q1b-L245, 1 - Q1b-M378, 1 - Q1a-L527
yDNA: Q1b1a (L245+ L315- L272-)
mtDNA: J1c2*
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PostPosted: Tue May 21, 2013 8:51 am
J-L858 wrote:
warwick wrote:
Robert Casey wrote:The Yahoo Newbie forum have people ordering this test which states it is a full Y chromosome scan:

http://www.fullgenomes.com/

Most of the links are not functional, but the test seems very real to me from the description. With a sales price
of $1,295, this would be a big step forward for Y-SNP testing. I have three concerns:

1) Can this company really deliver a full Y-chromosome scan. CeCe Moore was pretty positive on those involved.
2) Will the data format be useful enough for analysis - at least a FINCH2 server tool (no more complicated than that)?
3) Does anyone have any experience with results to date and know how to consolidate and report this kind of test ?

Update (5/17/13):

http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/R1b1c_U106-S21/message/12645

With pending tests for Greg and Vince, these heavyweights obviously have faith in this company. But these heavyweights
probably know how to read the 19 GB file. This is really the first entrance of Chinese labor (Hong Kong) being used with
a American sales group.


I (Justin Loe) am the CEO. (other members of the team include Paul Conroy and Leon Kull). We have a team to provide complete SNP interpretation as well as STR data. We can also provide the entire raw data set for users who are interested, which totals 12 -16 gb and includes the .bam file. I am willing to send parts of my data to customers who are interested as a preview of what they receive. As Vince mentioned, we have sequenced 5 people through BGI, including myself, as well as three G samples that Ray Banks submitted. Our website is in the process of development. I also respond to questions via our webpage or on our Facebook page. Ray Banks has already analyzed his data and noted his results on his spreadsheet.



i am j-l858 whiche is 3500 years

i this test is usfuel for me to find new snp


Hi J-L858,

we need more J-L858+ samples to be sequenced in order to get a better picture of J1 phylogeny! If you really want to find new SNPs under L858 this product is the one for you. I myself am also L858+ but negative for all downstream SNPs (Z644, YSC76, L222, L859, etc.). That's the reason why I ordered the y-DNA scan as well. My results should be ready in 7-8 weeks.

I'm looking forward to them!

Marco
Paternal: J1-L858 (Z643+ P58+ L858+ L620+ L572+ L147.1+ L817+ Z644- Z642- Z641- Z640- M369- M368- M367- L93- L92- L897- L859- L829- L65.2- L616- L615- L585- L222.2- L174- L1279- L1253- YSC0000076-)
FTDNA Kit: E13058, Full Genomes Kit: FG1014
Maternal: HV1a'b'c
Father's Maternal: T1*
Mother's Paternal: R1b-Z142 (Z49+ Z142+ L2+ Z367- M228.2- L562- L553- L552- L21- L20- L196- L193-)
FTDNA Kit: E14371
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PostPosted: Tue May 21, 2013 11:46 am
Hi Warwick-welcome to an old face from the old DNA Forums!

Just a note of congratulations and best wishes on your new DNA adventure. Paul Conroy and Leon Kull are also familiar names from the DF, particularly P.C. who I had many conversations with in the old days.

I think its really cool to see some guys I knew from their input in the old forums, getting into the actual testing business itself

Best of Irish luck to you guys!!

Mike

warwick wrote:
Robert Casey wrote:The Yahoo Newbie forum have people ordering this test which states it is a full Y chromosome scan:

http://www.fullgenomes.com/

Most of the links are not functional, but the test seems very real to me from the description. With a sales price
of $1,295, this would be a big step forward for Y-SNP testing. I have three concerns:

1) Can this company really deliver a full Y-chromosome scan. CeCe Moore was pretty positive on those involved.
2) Will the data format be useful enough for analysis - at least a FINCH2 server tool (no more complicated than that)?
3) Does anyone have any experience with results to date and know how to consolidate and report this kind of test ?

Update (5/17/13):

http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/R1b1c_U106-S21/message/12645

With pending tests for Greg and Vince, these heavyweights obviously have faith in this company. But these heavyweights
probably know how to read the 19 GB file. This is really the first entrance of Chinese labor (Hong Kong) being used with
a American sales group.


I (Justin Loe) am the CEO. (other members of the team include Paul Conroy and Leon Kull). We have a team to provide complete SNP interpretation as well as STR data. We can also provide the entire raw data set for users who are interested, which totals 12 -16 gb and includes the .bam file. I am willing to send parts of my data to customers who are interested as a preview of what they receive. As Vince mentioned, we have sequenced 5 people through BGI, including myself, as well as three G samples that Ray Banks submitted. Our website is in the process of development. I also respond to questions via our webpage or on our Facebook page. Ray Banks has already analyzed his data and noted his results on his spreadsheet.
Furthest Y line=Patrick Whealen 1816-1874, Tipperary Co. Ire. to Kincardine On

Y-DNA-RL21, R-513* (still looking for the 'lost Irish 'C' boys')

FTDNA=P312+ P25+ M343+ M269+ M207+ M173+ L513+ U198- U152- U106- SRY2627- P66- P107- M73- M65- M37- M222- M18- M160- M153- M126- L705- L577- L193- L159.2- L1333-
23&me=L21+
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PostPosted: Tue May 21, 2013 12:32 pm
Thanks, Mike.

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PostPosted: Tue May 21, 2013 9:24 pm
marcantonio wrote:
J-L858 wrote:
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Hi J-L858,

we need more J-L858+ samples to be sequenced in order to get a better picture of J1 phylogeny! If you really want to find new SNPs under L858 this product is the one for you. I myself am also L858+ but negative for all downstream SNPs (Z644, YSC76, L222, L859, etc.). That's the reason why I ordered the y-DNA scan as well. My results should be ready in 7-8 weeks.

I'm looking forward to them!

Marco


i am also negative for all downstream snps

i already take the wty test and the result well be back in 5 weeks

is this test useful and is there any snps which is discovered by this company ??
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