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Alpine
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« on: August 08, 2014, 03:03:19 PM »

I have  done a ftdna , ( all of them ) and have never had the, basal T-M184 as positive...but do have the basal T-M272 as positive.

a year later I tested with natgeno2 and transferred my results to Ftdna , again Natgeno2 did not have any positive M184 marker for me , but had the M272 as positive for me.

After transferring to ftdna and checking the new tree, ftdna still states "presumed positive' for M184
for my tree.

what does this mean........what does presumed positive mean?
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YDna = T1a2b (L446)
MtDNA = H2a1c (haplofind)

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