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From: JOHN PLUMMER <>
Subject: Re: [DNA-R1B1C7] R1b1c7 or R1b1c8* ?
Date: Sun, 10 Jun 2007 03:57:02 -0700 (PDT)
Yes, I wrote about ysearch CAPAU earlier and suggested it must either be a very close relative of R1b1c8 or an error. I emailed the contact who confirmed it was indeed an error and he is actually R1b1c7. It is easy when you click on the drop down haplotype menu in ysearch to click tne wrong one.
yair <> wrote:
At 10:32 AM 6/10/2007, you wrote:
>Your haplotype is completely consistent with membership in haplogroup
I am relieved.
>There are no confirmed R1b1c8 haplotypes in any public data base,
>though one sample that was SNP-tested only is reported on John McEwan's R1b
>page as a confirmed R1b1c8 (P66+). There is no haplotype available for this
>There is at the moment only one other labeled R1b1c8 in Ysearch, and that
>must be an error. This is record CAPAU (Wilson) who tested with Relative
>Genetics and whose posted Ysearch haplotype does not match the marker values
>separately reported to me for inclusion in the Wilson results table. I
>believe there must have been data entry error as this Wilson also shows
>significant correlation with R1b1c7 marker values.
>I don't know how your haplogroup label could have been changed in your
>Ysearch record unless there was an inadvertent change while you were editing
>the page. It is easier to do this than one might think; I have done it
>myself, and I had to go back later and correct it.
>You can change your Ysearch clade label to R1b1c7 with confidence. If you
>are uneasy about doing so, I would invite you to contact one of the staff
>members at FTDNA to ask your question.
>On 6/9/2007 10:28:41 PM, yair () wrote:
> > Y Search seems to have re-classified(?) my results as
> > R1b1c8*
> > Previously we were told that we were R1b1c7
> > Out of 140 results for Genetic Distance of ),1, or 2 there were no other
> > R1b1c8* .
> > They were all R1b1c7 or R1b1* or R1b* where I presume the * to
> > connote unknown or requiring further
> > testing.
> > Can any one explain the difference between R1b1c7
> > and R1b1c8* and is there any particular geographical provenance for
> > R1b1c8* ??
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