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Wing Genealogist
09-18-2019, 06:50 PM
Several papers use what they call a 1240K capture to target a limited number of SNPs. Is a list of the Y-SNPs captured by this technique available anywhere?

I have found a paper from 2015 which briefly describes the process: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4918750/
According to this paper, it targes 32,681 SNPs on chromosome Y. I am especially looking for which Subclades of R1b-U106 are covered by this method.

Wing Genealogist
09-18-2019, 09:15 PM
I believe the following post from Waldemar may be a good indication of the Y-SNPs included in the 1240K capture
https://anthrogenica.com/showthread.php?13543-Understanding-6th-Century-Barbarian-Social-Organization-and-Migration-through-Paleoge&p=467284&viewfull=1#post467284
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1f2YezLKAEvkK8XNk5hQ5tiYyUBPDY6Xu/view

Looking at U106 SNPs I note the following SNPs are showing up in this report
U106
Z381
Z18
U198
FGC396
S12025

The following SNPs are NOT showing up in this report (and presumably are not included in the 1240K capture)*
A2150
S19589
FGC3861
S18632
Z301
L48
Z156


*It may be that no-calls for the individual referenced (SZ20) may not show up in the report, so it is possible some of these SNPs may actually be in the 1240K capture.