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From: "Ken Nordtvedt" <>
Subject: Re: [DNA] Rootsi et al. / STRs
Date: Tue, 1 Jun 2004 08:28:46 -0600
References: <20040531170020.11158.qmail@web11409.mail.yahoo.com> <01da01c44748$9d61db70$0c00a8c0@DD9D0N41>


I1c from Rootsi et al goes counter to your Nordic vs Anglo-Saxon
observation. At DYS 390 I1c is mostly 23 (21) and 24 (9) with only 22 (4).



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From: "hamman" <>
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Sent: Monday, May 31, 2004 1:51 PM
Subject: Re: [DNA] Rootsi et al. / STRs


> Hello Mike and other HgI researchers,
>
> I spent the last 15 minutes trying to catch up on this Rootsi paper, but
> have run out of time (Memorial Day here in the US, so time to go drink
some
> beer!), and so I apologize if this is a question that has already been
> answered in these several Rootsi strings, but did Rootsi et al give a
> 6-marker modal for I1a, I1b, and I1c? Mike, is that I1a modal you show
> below from Rootsi? Your message unfortunately turned out a bit scrambled
in
> my inbox, so I'm not sure:
>
> "The M253 "I1a" haplotype I've listed here is the most frequent (freq=45),
> 2nd isfreq=41, then the frequency counts drop to very low
> evels. ------------------------------------------------------------------
> Hg DYS19 388 390 391 392 393 freq. M253 I1a
14
> 14 23 10 11 13 45"
>
> Which I think means:
> DYS# 19 388 390 391 392 393
> #STRs 14 14 23 10 11 13
>
> I would also be very interested to see Rootsi's modal for I1c. According
to
> info I saw previously (I think Ann posted on behalf of a William Curry),
> Nordic-Viking territories (Norway, Sweden, Finland) have a preponderance
of
> DYS390=23, and Anglo-Saxon territories (Netherlands, N. Germany, Denmark)
> have a preponderance of DYS390=22. Thus, I am very curious to know
whether
> the DYS390 modal for I1a is 23 and for I1c, 22.
>
> Thanks,
> Brian Hamman
>
>
>
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