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« Reply #25 on: November 20, 2013, 11:30:11 AM »

I am interested to know how rich the "All My Ancestry" results are since so many of the SNPs are so new.  Or will this depend on future matching of groups or families?
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« Reply #26 on: November 20, 2013, 08:16:55 PM »

I am interested to know how rich the "All My Ancestry" results are since so many of the SNPs are so new.  Or will this depend on future matching of groups or families?

I'm not sure. Honestly, I have not followed the autosomal test part of Chromo2 that closely.
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« Reply #27 on: November 21, 2013, 02:15:22 AM »

 
S136   L50     
        
S351   L150     
Z2100        
Z2102        
Z2103   CTS1078     
Z2105        
Z2109   CTS1843     
Z2110   CTS7822     
Z2113        
Z2118   PF7589     
Z212        
Z2123      

Good news from Chromo 2: they have many SNPs of the series Z close to R-Z2105, Of R-L51, and also S136, but like L50 whereas just EthnoAncestry said that my S136 was a deletion of 9 bp in that region. We'll see my results what say.
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« Reply #28 on: November 21, 2013, 04:42:07 AM »


S136   L50     
        
S351   L150     
Z2100        
Z2102        
Z2103   CTS1078     
Z2105        
Z2109   CTS1843     
Z2110   CTS7822     
Z2113        
Z2118   PF7589     
Z212        
Z2123      

Good news from Chromo 2: they have many SNPs of the series Z close to R-Z2105, Of R-L51, and also S136, but like L50 whereas just EthnoAncestry said that my S136 was a deletion of 9 bp in that region. We'll see my results what say.

 
S1157   CTS5981 Z2115      
S11987   DF99      
S1687   DF93      
S1809   DF96      
S191   DF5      
S192   DF21      
S193   DF23      
S21484   DF95      
S232   DF19      
S250   DF27      
S253   DF25      
S4298   DF88      
S438   DF29      
S470   Z251      
S474   DF49      
S524   CTS6581 DF41      
S675   DF85      
S923   DF73   

Add these SNPs of the DF series and also Z2115. All the SNPs released are 14449.
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« Reply #29 on: November 21, 2013, 05:33:09 AM »

Very good: there is also CTS9219 under CTS7822/Z2110.

There aren't L277 nor L584, but L943 and L946 under L584 (the Silver's SNPs) but not L944 and L945 (except they are under another name).
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« Reply #30 on: November 21, 2013, 05:57:44 AM »

Very good: there is also CTS9219 under CTS7822/Z2110.

There aren't L277 nor L584, but L943 and L946 under L584 (the Silver's SNPs) but not L944 and L945 (except they are under another name).

There is also PF7580: wonderful!

Also PF7558 and PF7562 (I don't see PF7563, except it is under another name): this is good for R-M269*.
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« Reply #31 on: November 21, 2013, 06:07:28 AM »

There are also these SNPs under R-Z2105:

CTS1848
CTS7763
CTS8966
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« Reply #32 on: November 30, 2013, 10:39:01 AM »

I'm awaiting the Chromo2 results of two other DF41+ guys who are expecting them any day now. Then we can start making some comparisons. I have my raw y-dna data in an excel file all sorted and ready to go!
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« Reply #33 on: December 05, 2013, 03:57:55 PM »


I just got the results today.

There's a massive list of SNPs, but among them I am S524+ (DF41+). It's nice to have that confirmed by a second testing company.

I am forwarding my y-dna raw data to David Reynolds for analysis.

My newly minted mtDNA haplogroup is U5a2c3. Before today, all I knew was U5a2.

I am a carrier of the red hair variant Arg160Trp, but I already knew that from my Family Finder raw results. But that too is nice to have confirmed by a second testing company.

The "All My Ancestry" autosomal results are still forthcoming.

I got an email from BritainsDNA today updating my mtDNA haplogroup from U5a2c3 to U5a2c3a.

I added an "a".
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