new R-L21 SNPs available for test, Z260, Z2534, Z2542

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PostPosted: Mon Dec 03, 2012 8:48 pm
Now available for order from FTDNA:

Z260 -- approximately equivalent to L21. Recommended for R-L21* and R-P312* people. NOT recommended for people who are DF13+ or DF63+.

Z2542 -- approximately equivalent to DF13. Recommended for R-L21* or R-DF13* people. NOT recommended for people who belong to one of the known subclades under DF13.

Z2534 -- located downstream of Z253 and upstream of DF73 and Z2185. Strongly recommended for R-Z253* people.
* On order for a R-L643 sample, to determine position of Z2534 vs L643
* On order for a R-L554 sample, to determine position of Z2534 vs L554
* [Edit] On order for a R-L226 sample, to determine the position of Z2534 vs L226

The new SNPs were found in 1000 Genomes and PGP whole genome datasets.
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PostPosted: Mon Dec 03, 2012 9:26 pm
daver wrote:Z2534 -- located downstream of Z253 and upstream of DF73 and Z2185. Strongly recommended for R-Z253* people.
* On order for a R-L643 sample, to determine position of Z2534 vs L643
* On order for a R-L554 sample, to determine position of Z2534 vs L554
* Volunteer for R-L226 needed, to determine position of Z2534 vs L226

I am L226 positive (77349) and just placed an order for Z2534. Thanks for finding new Z253 SNPs to test. See if you can find one under L226 :) With M222 getting four new SNPs under it, L193 and L226 will be the largest scope terminal SNPs without any downstream SNPs. L193 and L226 have over 500 67 marker submissions that need broken up to more reasonable sized branches.
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PostPosted: Mon Dec 03, 2012 9:36 pm
Robert Casey wrote:I am L226 positive (77349) and just placed an order for Z2534. Thanks for finding new Z253 SNPs to test. See if you can find one under L226 :) With M222 getting four new SNPs under it, L193 and L226 will be the largest scope terminal SNPs without any downstream SNPs. L193 and L226 have over 500 67 marker submissions that need broken up to more reasonable sized branches.


Thank you Robert, much appreciated!

As far as I know, no L226+ whole genome datasets have turned up yet. There have been a trickle of new datasets from PGP, and we can hope one of those will eventually be L226+ -- it would certainly greatly increase the odds of finding something useful for L226.

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david
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 04, 2012 5:59 am
daver wrote:Now available for order from FTDNA:

Z2542 -- approximately equivalent to DF13. Recommended for R-L21* or R-DF13* people. NOT recommended for people who belong to one of the known subclades under DF13.

The new SNPs were found in 1000 Genomes and PGP whole genome datasets.


I ordered Z2542 today (and also L1335 last week). I want to keep my DF13** status. We'll see what happens. Was Z2542 found in a 1000 Genomes or a PGP person?
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 04, 2012 6:07 am
seferhabahir wrote:I ordered Z2542 today (and also L1335 last week). I want to keep my DF13** status. We'll see what happens. Was L2542 found in a 1000 Genomes or a PGP person?


I spotted Z2542 in the PGP data and then confirmed it in the 1000 Genomes data as well.

---david

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