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From: "Jerry L. Ivey" <>
Subject: RE: [DNA] POSSIBLE RANGE OF MUTATION v Rates
Date: Tue, 25 Nov 2003 17:48:50 -0600


I have one participant in my study with DYS454=9. How unusual is this?

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From: Malcolm Dodd [mailto:]
Sent: Tuesday, November 25, 2003 2:02 PM
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Subject: [DNA] POSSIBLE RANGE OF MUTATION v Rates

List experts
Can someone explain why certain DYS markers only mutate by 3 yet others
mutate by 9 Is there anything that we can glean from this? Could part be
old junk and part "new" junk DNA?

DYSPossible no RangeMutation rate (MICBARN stats)
45431012S
459b3911s
3914912M
39241114M
39341215S
42541114
42641114S
43741417M
44841821M
459a4710S
4614912
46241013
YCA11A 41821
1951216M
43951014F
4555812
39062126F
4386813
45861419F
464a61116
464c61318M
464d61419F
38871016
389i7915
44772127M
4607713
464b71117
385a81017
385b91119F
389ii92533F
44992634F
YCAIIB 91724
Malcolm


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