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Audrey Horner
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« on: November 04, 2006, 02:40:17 PM »

I have been told that our dna is unique in that anyone else with it has never had a dna test, so far.  Being dna deficient, I cannot understand why that would be true.  Would anyone know what the following genetic markers mean: GATAA10, GATAC4, TAGAH4, GGAAT1BO7, YCAIIa and YCA11b?  Do these markers determine, race, ethnicity, hair color?  I haven't a clue but have been told that the fact that we have all 6 of these markers in our dna is the unique part.  Any help would be appreciated.
Thanks, Audrey
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BRENDA GARRETT GREEN
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« Reply #1 on: November 17, 2006, 06:05:24 PM »

Would you post your results?  The markers that you mentioned are included in a 37 marker test.
Were you given a haplogroup? Give us more info.


Brenda
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Brenda Garrett Green
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Hvr1 189c,223t,278t,519c  Hvr2  073g,153g195c,225c,226c,263g,315.1c
(FGS & Fam Finder)(male Family Haplogroup R1b- maternal. fraternal E1a1)


 

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« Reply #2 on: November 17, 2006, 08:17:18 PM »

Hi Audrey.  The yDNA and mtDNA tests that are being conducted in genetic genealogy do not yield a unique result.  If no one matches your result, it means that the people who match you haven't been tested.

The markers you mention are a few of the many markers used by various testing companies.  There is no correlation between these markers (or any of the others used in a yDNA or mtDNA test) and race, ethnicity, hair color, etc. 

Try some of the links on our home page for more info:  http://www.worldfamilies.net/

If you want a good book to understand all of this, we have recommended some at our bookstore:

http://www.worldfamilies.net/bookstore.htm

Terry
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