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R2 Subclades Discovery / Re: The PF7499 SNP
« Last post by UnderGrounder on January 28, 2016, 12:57:32 AM »
Hi Journeyman

I would try the Y1288 SNP since most those who are Y1281 are also positive to it.
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R2 Subclades Discovery / Re: The PF7499 SNP
« Last post by Journeyman on January 21, 2016, 04:25:38 PM »
If I am postive for y1281, then what's the next best SNP for me to test? y1288 or y1331? Thx
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R2 Subclades Discovery / Re: The PF7499 SNP
« Last post by Journeyman on January 21, 2016, 04:13:32 PM »
I got the results back from YSEQ. I am not sure 100% how to interpret YSEQ results yet. Are they saying I am Y1281+?


SampleID   Marker+   Chr   Start   End   Allele
4594   FGC728   ChrY   17375969   17375969   A-
4594   FGC8466   ChrY   17375915   17375915   T-
4594   M8274   ChrY   17375898   17375898   G-
4594   Y1281   ChrY   17375886   17375886   A+
4594   Y4325   ChrY   17375915   17375915   T-

Note on ordering with YSEQ. They are very quick on responding to anything and it took them just 6 days to process my sample once they received. But there's one major pain point. (at least for me :-) ) . Their kit is shipped promptly from Dallas, TX. But the kit doesn't have any return envelope and they want you to pack the dry samples in your own rigid envelope and ship it to Germany. It took me a while to go to the post office and once I put it in a rigid envelope that I bought in the post office, the clerk said that envelope is considered a box/package and I needed to fill a customs form. And the whole thing cost me $8.49.
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R2 Subclades Discovery / Re: The F1092 SNP
« Last post by Birko19 on December 15, 2015, 12:41:17 AM »
I noticed an interesting pattern among the F1092 samples in our project. Excluding the M124- samples, all the F1092- men seem to have a value of 15 or 16 on the YS437 marker. The F1092+ on the other hand have values of 14 or less. It may be nothing but certainly an interesting observation. Also considering that F1092 falls under a complete different branch than L295, there's no L295+ with that value on the YS437 marker, furthermore, many of the untested men for F1092 that do contain a value of 14 on the YS437 are L295-.
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Open Discussions / Re: Test
« Last post by Birko19 on December 14, 2015, 05:38:46 PM »
Looks like my kit came back negative for F1092, that probably goes for most of the Armenians sitting in the cluster I'm in too.
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R2 Subclades Discovery / Re: The PF7499 SNP
« Last post by UnderGrounder on November 30, 2015, 11:30:13 PM »
Hey Journeyman,

I am sure yseq.net recommendation is always better and its good to know these kind of information about SNPs.

I will update the draft tree to have the Y1281 SNP to be the "terminal SNP" instead of Y1280.You may check Haplogroup R2 Group at YSEQ.Net:

https://www.yseq.net/group_alleles.php?gid=134

To join Haplogroup R2 Group:

https://www.yseq.net/group_action.php?action=join&gid=134

Currently, several members joined the group and only one result appeared which is:

(Sample #4279 at YSEQ) belongs to the same person who represents (kit# E5125 at FTDNA):
He is (L263+, L261+) from his WTY test result (FTDNA).
He is (M124+, L381+, F1092-) from SNPs he ordered (FTDNA).
He ordered the following SNPs from YSEQ: 

1- Y12100 (Still Pending)
2- Y8763 (Negative)
3- Y8766 (Negative)
4- FGC18148 (Negative)
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R2 Subclades Discovery / Re: The PF7499 SNP
« Last post by Journeyman on November 30, 2015, 03:54:13 PM »

this is the response I got for my request for Y1280:

"The region around Y1280 is 98.8% identical to the X chromosome.
Instead we recommend the phylo equivalent SNP Y1281 which is available at YSEQ:
http://www.yseq.net/product_info.php?products_id=22908"

Not sure about the comment about the X chromosome. I ordered Y1281 which appears to be parallel to Y1280 on the yfull tree.
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R2 Subclades Discovery / Re: The PF7499 SNP
« Last post by Journeyman on November 30, 2015, 02:37:19 PM »
Thanks for the info! I requested the SNP to be available on yseq. let's see when they will add it.
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R2 Subclades Discovery / Re: The PF7499 SNP
« Last post by UnderGrounder on November 30, 2015, 12:33:33 PM »
I can see that you are: M124+, L295+, L722+, L294-, L724-, L723-

Yes, The best SNP for you to go for is Y1280.

Unfortunately, I have sent several emails asking FTDNA to add SNPs to their list but no response from them at all.

The best/super fast way and also cost effective is to order any SNP you want from yseq.net

I don't see the Y1280 SNP added in their list. But you may "Wish a SNP" for only $1 and they will add it usually in less than 2 days.

You may tell them the SNP name and that it is found on YFull.com Tree: http://www.yfull.com/tree/R-M479/

After they add it, you may order the SNP for only $17.50 + $5.00 (For shipping the tools).
Then if you want to order additional SNP later, you may use the coupon code IDONTNEEDAKIT to get a $5.00 discount.

If you decide to order from yseq, let me know so I note your kit# at yseq and add your new subgorup name on the R2-M124-WTY Project after the results come out.
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R2 Subclades Discovery / Re: The Y8766 / FGC17608 SNP
« Last post by UnderGrounder on November 30, 2015, 12:09:27 PM »
Hey Journeyman


The L722 SNP is located parallel to M479.


If you login to your page at FTDNA and go to "Haplotree and SNPs", you will see its location on the tree next to M479.
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