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Re: Late Neolithic pastoralist's life conditions Wroclaw-Jag

PostPosted: Tue Feb 26, 2013 7:05 pm
by JeanM
parasar wrote:Which were the SNPs tested?


IN/117
M2
M33
M35
M38
M45
M96
M75
M81
M119
M122
M123
M128
M174
M175
M201
M207
M216
P2
P25
SRY [sic]
Tat

I have listed only those for which they got a result from at least one of the two samples. Mainly they got a result from both.

Re: Late Neolithic pastoralist's life conditions Wroclaw-Jag

PostPosted: Tue Feb 26, 2013 8:33 pm
by parasar
JeanM wrote:
parasar wrote:Which were the SNPs tested?


IN/117
M2
M33
M35
M38
M45
M96
M75
M81
M119
M122
M123
M128
M174
M175
M201
M207
M216
P2
P25
SRY [sic]
Tat

I have listed only those for which they got a result from at least one of the two samples. Mainly they got a result from both.


G
M201+


Is the second M96+?

Thanks again.

Re: Late Neolithic pastoralist's life conditions Wroclaw-Jag

PostPosted: Tue Feb 26, 2013 8:52 pm
by JeanM
There was no result for M201 for skeleton 1. (That is why they say G is probable, rather than certain, for that individual.)

There was no result for M96 for skeleton 2. (That is why they cannot rule out E*).

In both cases the result for the other skeleton was negative.

Re: Late Neolithic pastoralist's life conditions Wroclaw-Jag

PostPosted: Wed Feb 27, 2013 12:51 pm
by Bernard
These are the results:
Image
I don't undersand the results. If somebody can explain me...
Dienekes says on his blog that dots represent identity with the reference sequence. But skeleton 1 has a dot for M201 which defines haplogroup G. So why skeleton 1 is G ?

Re: Late Neolithic pastoralist's life conditions Wroclaw-Jag

PostPosted: Wed Feb 27, 2013 12:59 pm
by JeanM
Discussion is going on here Bernard: viewtopic.php?f=3&t=959

There is no reference sequence for Y-DNA. Dienekes has it wrong.

Re: Late Neolithic pastoralist's life conditions Wroclaw-Jag

PostPosted: Wed Feb 27, 2013 7:51 pm
by RCO
This was the first thread about the article and the moderators could merge the threads !