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Alessio B. Bedini
09-10-2013, 06:57 AM
I did Geno 2.0 recently, and I'm L2*
I'm trying to figure out if they have tested L69, L408, L409​​, L443, L473, L1358, L141, YSC0000042, because I do not find these SNPs in my file .csv
Maybe I think I'll have to order in the future to FTDNA
Do you know anything about this?
Thank you

mafe
09-10-2013, 09:10 AM
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Alessio B. Bedini
09-10-2013, 10:26 AM
Thanks for your report.
The work of Itai is exceptional.
I have already sent my Geno 2.0 to him
Unfortunately, even in his "results file" those SNPs are missing
I think Geno 2.0 doesn't test those

Alessio B. Bedini
10-14-2013, 06:45 PM
Today I saw that FTDNA has included in its menu SNPs L69, L408, L409​​, L443, L473, L1358, L141.
YSC0000042 is not yet inserted

I do not know if I will test this because I see that mostly belong to the British people ...

R.Rocca
10-14-2013, 10:49 PM
Today I saw that FTDNA has included in its menu SNPs L69, L408, L409​​, L443, L473, L1358, L141.
YSC0000042 is not yet inserted

I do not know if I will test this because I see that mostly belong to the British people ...

Alessio, the only samples that are in the L408/L409/L443 are Ashkenazi Jews forming the Epstein Cluster, so the probability of you being positive for them are small. Of course, if your were positive for them, it would be very interesting.

tbartold
03-12-2014, 09:28 PM
FTDNA just re-imported my Geno 2.0 results, and I noticed an interesting change.

Some spurious SNPs are gone, but I now see L141+ in my results.

I never tested L141, and my Geno 2.0 results do not show it as tested either.

However, L141+ is in my BigY results, so it looks like they've loaded those into my tree now.

Or would it have been reported under a different name in Geno 2.0?

Now the interesting thing (to me) is that L141- was reported in my WTY results.

Does it make any sense that WTY would report negative, but BigY would report positive (with High Confidence)?

Solothurn
03-13-2014, 10:25 AM
I bet BigY will be bringing up positives that previous tests showed negative :(

I asked Geno about a result of Colangelo's that overwrote a positive result from FTDNA with a negative. Their reply was 'only way to be sure is to test individual SNPs at FTDNA.' If they are saying single SNP results from FTDNA are 'with higher confidence' Geno 2.0 SHOULD NOT overwrite FTDNA's!!

So to me $219 for my Gen 2.0 was a waste of time and money then >:(

Also, if BigY brings in positives where Geno 2.0 found them negative, there should be free testing for these SNPs at FTDNA for non BigY testers!!




FTDNA just re-imported my Geno 2.0 results, and I noticed an interesting change.

Some spurious SNPs are gone, but I now see L141+ in my results.

I never tested L141, and my Geno 2.0 results do not show it as tested either.

However, L141+ is in my BigY results, so it looks like they've loaded those into my tree now.

Or would it have been reported under a different name in Geno 2.0?

Now the interesting thing (to me) is that L141- was reported in my WTY results.

Does it make any sense that WTY would report negative, but BigY would report positive (with High Confidence)?

R.Rocca
03-13-2014, 12:45 PM
I bet BigY will be bringing up positives that previous tests showed negative :(

I asked Geno about a result of Colangelo's that overwrote a positive result from FTDNA with a negative. Their reply was 'only way to be sure is to test individual SNPs at FTDNA.' If they are saying single SNP results from FTDNA are 'with higher confidence' Geno 2.0 SHOULD NOT overwrite FTDNA's!!

So to me $219 for my Gen 2.0 was a waste of time and money then >:(

Also, if BigY brings in positives where Geno 2.0 found them negative, there should be free testing for these SNPs at FTDNA for non BigY testers!!


Please refer to this post: Please refer to this post: http://www.anthrogenica.com/showthread.php?854-U152-Full-Y-Genomes&p=21156&viewfull=1#post21156

It could be that with some of these SNPs are also heterozygous. Also, it looks like L141 shows up across different haplogroups.