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« on: October 25, 2012, 07:50:00 AM »

In a quick examination, I noticed that there are two Z253+ L1066- guys, Alferness (kit 162176) and Hockings (kit N85107), who are Z2184+ and Z2185+. Since all the L1066+ guys who have tested for Z2184 and Z2185, as far as I can tell, are positive for them, apparently those two SNPs are between Z253 and L1066.

But Hockings (L1066-) is Z2183-, and all the L1066+ who have tested for Z2183 are positive for it.

I see one L554+ guy is negative for all three, Z2183, Z2184, and Z2185, and an L226+ is negative for Z2184 and Z2185 (no need to test for Z2183 in that case, since L226 is L1066-).

So, is Z2183 downstream of L1066? Do we know? Looks like it, but I have only had the chance to look at this this morning, very quickly. What have I missed? Anything?

Or are L1066 and Z2183 equivalent?

Guess we need an L1066+ guy to test negative for Z2183.

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« Reply #1 on: October 25, 2012, 07:52:28 AM »

I guess Z2183 could still be upstream of L1066, and Hockings just didn't quite get that far toward L1066.

A test of Alferness for Z2183 might be interesting. If he came up positive, that would mean Z2183 is upstream of L1066.
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« Reply #2 on: October 25, 2012, 09:41:50 AM »



--- In R1b-L21-Project@yahoogroups.com, "hoxgi" <hoxgi@...> wrote:
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> Hi Margaret. As far as I'm aware, no one else from Irish Type IV has ordered Z2183 yet. Here is a list of current results (all are Z253+):
>   Sisk 102241 L1066+ Z2183+
>   Davison 231060 L1066+ Z2183+
>   McCabe 244911 L1066+ Z2183+
>   Shaw 242499 L1066+ Z2183+
>   Strahan 146819 L1066- Z2183-
>   Whitehead 81795 L1066- Z2183-
>   Clark N1931 L1066- Z2183-
>   Pike 23996 L554+ L1066- Z2183-
>   Hockings N85107 Z2185+ Z2184+ L1066- Z2183-
> So we still don't know if Z2183 is upstream or downstream from L1066; at present they're equivalent.  We do know that both Z2183 and L1066 are downstream from Z2185 and Z2184.
> Pending Z2183 tests are:
>   Kiely 86086 L1066-
>   Cummins 169985 L1066+
>   Falch 162176 Z2185+ Z2184+ L1066-
> Hopefully we'll turn up someone who is Z2183+ L1066-, or Z2183- L1066+, so that we know the positions of these two SNPs relative to each other.
> Greg
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> --- In R1b-L21-Project@yahoogroups.com, "marosjor" <m.jordan246@> wrote:
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> > Shaw, #242499 (Irish Type IV)who is already Z253+, L1066+ has just come back Z2183+. Have any other Irish Type IV people tested Z2183+?
> >
> > Regards,
> > Margaret
> >
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« Reply #3 on: October 25, 2012, 01:55:40 PM »

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A test of Alferness for Z2183 might be interesting. If he came up positive, that would mean Z2183 is upstream of L1066.
Alferness has ordered Z2183.

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« Reply #4 on: October 25, 2012, 05:38:48 PM »

Just to clarify - Alferness is the decendant of Falch; it's the same kit.
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