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From: "Clay Daniels" <>
Subject: Re: [DNA] SNP Breakthrough for I1*-AS
Date: Sat, 27 Nov 2010 04:11:08 -0600
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Ken wrote:
> Now the folks in R1b...... are perhaps jaded by now with the number of
> snps
> found in their haplogroups during the last couple years,
> so whether a "breakthrough" could ever happen for them, I don't know.

Perhaps some R1b's are jaded but others of us are salivating for access to
advanced marker tests already shown on the draft tree but not yet available
on the advanced orders page. Just considering L21, we have four SNP's listed
with no capability to test.

Congratulations to you I1 types and hope L338 helps.

Meanwhile I would encourage my R1b kin to dip deep into the SNP test pool.
Takes a bit of work. Of course there is the expensive Walk The Y, but a bit
of looking will make you realize you have already walked further than you
realize. Just keep testing deeper...

Clay Daniels
R1b1b2a1b5


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