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Subject: Re: Re: [BRYAN-L] Bryan DNA Testing
Date: Sat, 22 Apr 2006 23:45:25 -0400
Using myself as an example, if I were to perform this DNA test, how many male Bryan's would I be compared to to see if I matched with any. How large is the pool at this time.
I noticed the cost was around $198 for the 37 marker test.
I'm still debating but I believe over time it will help me in my quest on my ancestorship but still I could be that one "odd" ball Bryan family that I don't connect to, just as research has proven to date.
> >Tests carried out to date, are these for US families? What about
> >lineage before emigration to the States?
> The tests I've seen are all for U.S. families. There's no reason that
> Bryans from Ireland, England, etc. couldn't be tested, and matches are
> likely with U.S. families. But I just haven't seen any such tests so far.
> Jerry Bryan
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