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From: "William Hurst" <>
Subject: Re: [DNA] Need help on mtDNA
Date: Wed, 09 May 2007 14:06:22 -0400
In-Reply-To: <001d01c7925e$90119140$0302a8c0@JIMSCOMPUTER>

Hi Jim,

Searching with that list of mutations and finding Coyle and Allen helps a
lot. You are definitely a K. You have the basic six K mutations, 16224C,
16311C, 16519C, 73G, 263G and 315.1C. Adding 146C and 195C puts you into
subclade K1b2. About half of those in that subclade have one or more pairs
of the 524 insertions. If you look in the K Project or on MitoSearch, most
of the insertions are reported in the FTDNA fashion, 524.1C, 524.2A. There
is no real difference. You have two exact matches in the K Project and four
in MitoSearch the last time I looked. If you go to our K Project website at , go to the end of the News tab
and work back, you will find discussions, charts and maps of K1b2.

Bill Hurst

> I'm not sure what I can do here. All I have is the results of the SMGF
>search, for which I had to develop using these values:
> 16224C 16311C 16519C 00073G 00146C 00195C
> 00263G 00315.1C 00524.1A 00524.2C
>and used my great-grandmother's name: Coyle.
>If you tell me how to do something more, I'll be glad to do it.
>Thank you for your response,

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