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From: "Allan S. Gleason" <>
Subject: Re: [DNA] Y- str European database
Date: Mon, 21 Jan 2002 21:29:26 -0700
I'm sure when my results are available next week, I'll certainly put them into the
Dungeons and Dragons database to see where my pre-ancestors may have originated,
Berlin or Constantinople. However, I don't see a great difference in locality when
I look at the maps for Hg1, Hg2 or Hg3 when I plug in those already known numbers.
In fact looking at the maps displayed, whatever happened to France? I've always
suspected that there was something unearthly about the French, but they are
certainly not evident in the maps!
And just for fun I ask: Why are we placing our entire heredity on a database of
> In a message dated 01/21/02 2:36:06 PM Pacific Standard Time,
> > Would the list advise me as to the importance (significance) of
> > the so called "Extended European Hapoltype" section of the
> > test, named YCAll ?
> > I have not seen any lab providing this for inclusion and yet it acts upon
> > the
> > input results and cannot be removed to see how things work.
> If you leave the YCAII drop-down list blank, the results are based on
> whatever combination of markers you do put in.
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