I have spoken a lot about my Chromo2 results on Anthrogenica. The last SNP seemed Z2110* amongst the known ones and negative for CTS9219, but I had also about 15 new SNPs (two of the PF series, one of the Z, and about 13 of the S series). Amongst them there was also S12460. If BritainsDNA says now that this is my final SNP:
Your subtype is R1b-S12460
we could understand that all the other are upstream or singletons of my own line.
This I wrote about the samples released by BritainsDNA and belonging to my haplogroup:
"First of all there are 18 R-L23/S141: amongst them:
R-Z2105 and subclades:
10 are Z2110 (Z2103 is unreliable) and S12460, S17864, S20902 [...]
588: CTS9219, S3844, S8889
589: CTS9219, PF2642 (I too, but probably it is a little reliable)
592: CTS9219, CTS4122, S13125
1996: CTS3849, CTS7206, L128, S4269"
thus we have to conclude that S12460 is between Z2110 and CTS9219.
These are the positions of my SNPs:
"The positions of my SNPs are these:
P.S. The mutation S17864, where I have a no_call, but which is linked for Linkage disequilibrium to the other two (S12460, S20902) and I thought upstream Z2105, is Y16,050,529 from T to G. The paper of Rootsy et al on the Levites R1a gives it downstream Z2103/Z2104/Z2105/Z2107.
It would be very interesting because from Chromo2 it would seem that also L277 would be downstream, but of course something doesn't fit.
Of course I lacked to publish S20902= Y18,383,837".