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R2 Subclades Discovery / Re: Haplogroup R2a* (F1092)
« Last post by seferhabahir on July 23, 2014, 12:42:36 PM »
Thanks seferhabahir for the donation!

I ordered the F1758 SNP for kit# M7576 ...

M7576 Alshatti is F1758+ and I would guess now that 264819 Fooladi would be also F1758+ although that result is not back yet.

My prediction is that these two kits would also be positive for F2791, since this SNP appears to be an Asian R2 SNP along with the others tested by Fudan University along with F1092 and F1758. I am going to see if I can convince someone from the Mizrachi group, such as Dardashti to take a Big Y test.
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R2 Subclades Discovery / Re: Haplogroup R2a* (F1092)
« Last post by seferhabahir on July 08, 2014, 01:31:29 AM »
I got a notice that SNPs F1159 and F2791 are now available as advanced tests from FTDNA. We know that F1159 is linked with F1092 and to F3604 and probably old.

The more interesting one is F2791 which was found in the two Jewish A Ashkenazi Big Y testers, but not in anyone else yet. It may be above, at the same level, or below F1758. This SNP was not tested on the Geno 2.0 chip but I think it will show up as a result for anyone taking Big Y.

This would be an good test for Eshaghpour or Dardashti to consider, to see if it appeared before or after the separation of the Ashkenazi and Mizrachi Jewish lines.
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R2 Subclades Discovery / Re: Haplogroup R2a* (F1092)
« Last post by yanivicious on July 01, 2014, 10:51:29 AM »
Hi everyone - I just ordered the SNP test for F1092 as suggested.  I was able to do it without the 37 marker test which I couldn't spend the money on at the moment.  To clarify, I know that I am a part of the same line because I have a detailed family tree and know exactly where I fall on the Dardashti/ian line I mentioned before.  I did order the F1092 SNP test so we can confirm it on FTDNA either way.  I also ordered an MTDNA plus test (not that it has anything to do with the topic on this message board) because my MTDNA hg of T2g seems to be much more rare than my YDNA hg, and as there is less information on it I figured I would go down that path first.  Since there are already men from the same paternal line within a couple of generations who already have ordered more in depth testing of their YDNA, I figured my money would be better spent researching my MTDNA.  I would be happy to order further tests on my YDNA down the line though.  Please let me know what information I should provide so that you may peek at my results for the SNP test I ordered.  Since FTDNA has my DNA on file already, I assume it will not take very long for the results to be released?
Thanks again for your direction.

Best regards,
Yaniv
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Haplogroup R2 (Y-DNA) / Re: mtDNA
« Last post by sayed1 on June 30, 2014, 01:55:03 AM »
I found it, it means mother side DNA.

Abdullah
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Haplogroup R2 (Y-DNA) / mtDNA
« Last post by sayed1 on June 30, 2014, 12:24:00 AM »
salam alycom, what is mtDNA?

Abdullah
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Haplogroup R2 (Y-DNA) / Re: i'm R2a1a, please need help?
« Last post by sayed1 on June 14, 2014, 11:45:06 PM »
UnderGrounder, I tried to add the 8 tests but I couldn't proceed to check out, could you check with FTDNA helpdesk please?

Abdullah
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R2 Subclades Discovery / Re: New Big Y Test from Family Tree DNA
« Last post by UnderGrounder on June 11, 2014, 07:08:50 AM »
I have 5 discount coupons for the BIG-Y test, so if you are interested in ordering the BIG-Y test, let me know as soon as possible.

BIG-Y test original price = $695
BIG-Y test during Father's Day Sale = $595
BIG-Y test during Father's Day Sale with a coupon code= $495
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R2 Subclades Discovery / Re: New Big Y Test from Family Tree DNA
« Last post by UnderGrounder on June 11, 2014, 05:22:27 AM »
Dear jeffdonofrio,

Excellent news. Now we have 5 Full Genomes Corp samples who belong to 3 different lines under the PF7499 SNP (I highly expect that all L295+ are PF7499+ as shown in the attached draft tree):

1- (PF7499+, L295-, L1069+)   <-- (From Kuwait)
2- (PF7499+, L295-, L1069-)    <-- (From Qatar -- The Hashemi Cluster)
3- (PF7499+, L295+, L1069-)   <-- (From Italy)

What batch are you on?

The 3 Kuwaiti samples and the Hashemi sample are on Batch  #10.

And as per: http://www.anthrogenica.com/showthread.php?742-Full-Y-Chromosome-Sequencing-Phase-III-Pilot
(If you go to the last page)

FGC Corp said: "Batch 9 has passed QC with expected delivery four months from now or October 1, 2014."

So I guess batch #10 will take longer than that. ::)
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R2 Subclades Discovery / Re: New Big Y Test from Family Tree DNA
« Last post by jeffdonofrio on June 11, 2014, 04:16:03 AM »
Hi all,

Just wanted to let you know that I have ordered the Full Y test from Full Genomes Corp.

I'm kit 20461 on familytreedna (R-L295+).  My family's paternal side originally is from San Potito Ultra, Avellino, Campania, Italy, from at least the late 1700s, via the available Italian birth/marriage/death records.

I hope that I can learn a bit more about this R2 branch that's in Italy.  It doesn't seem too common there.  Also looking forward to seeing if there are any new SNPs out there.  I will let you know what I find out.

By the way, does anyone know how long FGC has been taking for the Full Y?  2 months? or longer?
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R2 Subclades Discovery / Re: New Big Y Test from Family Tree DNA
« Last post by UnderGrounder on June 10, 2014, 04:56:44 AM »
Father's day sale:

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(FTDNA has given those who already ordered the BIG-Y test an exclusive coupon code to get an extra $100 off any Big Y test. So if you manage to get this coupon, you will be able to order the BIG-Y test for only $495).

Conditions: The Big Y coupon can be redeemed only 1 time.  It cannot be combined with other Big Y coupons and expires on 6/17/2015.

2- The Comprehensive Y-DNA Sequencing test from fullgenomes.com: $999
Note: Use the FGCFATHERSDAY2014 coupon code to order your Comprehensive Y-DNA test.
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