View Full Version : E-M35 Fullgenomes testing results and status

10-05-2013, 09:22 PM
List of E-M35 members to my understanding who have ordered FullGenomes test:

Updates will be added to this list as they become available

E-M35-V68-M78-Z1902-V12-F3599 O'Dair Batch III Tested and being analyzed





E-M35-Z827-Z830-M123-M34-M84 (Two Tests)

10-19-2013, 05:14 PM
V22 test completed 10-18-13 and has 99 novel snps in the results.

10-20-2013, 02:26 PM
V12 test completed 10-20-13 and has 25 novel snps in the results. More information later as I digest the results.

10-22-2013, 09:01 PM
This is my filtered data with green cells with known snp's based on our E-M35 project work and the work with the Geno 2.0 data. No star or 1 star have the highest confidence in regards to tested snps. All snp's with ** or *** are discarded in this report the way it is sorted. Down the road maybe ** entries can be looked at to see if they are not false positives.

Areas marked in red look794795 like new levels in the tree to me. Based on FullGenomes results in this report my end terminal snp is the same as the Geno 2.0 results. This does not include my new 25 high quality private snp's yet to be determined where they are in the tree.

I seem to have the fewest high quality private snp's so far of 25. Most seem to be within 50 to 100 new private snps. The highest reported so far is 250. I think one needs to think about the cost of a snp taking a test like this. With mine being the worst case every new snp cost me $52. I would not have been able to duplicate the results with that kind of money testing individual snps at the current market rate of $39. The cost per snp at 50 $26 per snp, at 100 $13 per snp, at 250 $5.20. So I think there has to be mindset change when you think of the cost of this test.

10-22-2013, 09:24 PM
This is a list of my 25 high quality SNP's


SNPs shared with reference samples (3297 total variants):

Private SNPs (394 total variants):
Private SNPs (25 High Quality variants)

INDELs shared with reference samples (395 total variants):
Private INDELs (78 total variants):
Private INDELs (4 total high quality variants)

10-23-2013, 04:23 PM
Unfortunately all of my high quality snp's in my testing below V12 are not available for testing from Familytreedna advanced testing. All Z and CTS in my test are not in the list. I can still take a look at the snps in the ** and *** category. The ** are just 40% likely genuine.

It would be nice to have Thomas still at FTDNA now to create these new primers for testing. It will be interesting to see what FTDNA has to say about futures at their conference this year. Will autosomal still dominate the proceedings?