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brygian
07-13-2014, 10:08 PM
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jeanL
07-14-2014, 05:24 AM
I'm seriously thinking about buying a couple of these test, since they are 50% off, I don't mind putting 40 bucks for 2 of the test. Now, which ones should I choose given that I know the following:

My paternal lineage is Basque, per 23andme I am R1b-L11, but I wasn't tested for R1b-P312, however I know I am not R1b-U106, or R1b-L21 plus its sublineage R1b-M222, or R1b-U152 or its sublineage R1b-L2. I also know I am not R1b-SRY2627, nor R1b-M65, nor R1b-M153. So me thinks I should perhaps get R1b-DF27, but which other one should I get? What's the best option for me??

brygian
07-14-2014, 07:37 AM
I'm seriously thinking about buying a couple of these test, since they are 50% off, I don't mind putting 40 bucks for 2 of the test. Now, which ones should I choose given that I know the following:

My paternal lineage is Basque, per 23andme I am R1b-L11, but I wasn't tested for R1b-P312, however I know I am not R1b-U106, or R1b-L21 plus its sublineage R1b-M222, or R1b-U152 or its sublineage R1b-L2. I also know I am not R1b-SRY2627, nor R1b-M65, nor R1b-M153. So me thinks I should perhaps get R1b-DF27, but which other one should I get? What's the best option for me??

Putting L11+, U106-, L21-, M222-, U152-, L2-, SRY2627-, M65-, M153- in http://ytree.morleydna.com/predict may give you some clues. Maybe you should ask in the R1b subforum.

R.Rocca
07-14-2014, 11:07 PM
Is Paypal the only payment method YSEQ accepts? No direct payment with credit cards?

emmental
07-15-2014, 02:02 AM
Is Paypal the only payment method YSEQ accepts? No direct payment with credit cards?

I paid with a credit card, but had to wait a few days for it to be verified.

dp
07-15-2014, 05:28 PM
edit: Lost the original thread, razyn's post may be more useful then this one, dp :-)

Dear JeanL,
If you've had the Y-DNA STR DYS492 tested and it's come off =12, then the odds are 95% that you are P312+ [96% of U106+ have DYS492=13].
{Source: ISOGG Wiki Western Atlantic Modal Haplotype, RE: Tim Janzen, Rootsweb Genealogy DNA, Nov 2012.}

PS: I noticed you are testing DF27, which is greatest in Iberia. Other P312 branches that are more prevalent there too are: P312(xU152, L21)
{Source: "Y chromosome R1b founders" NM Myers et al (2010) European Journal of Human Genetrics; (2011) 19:98}
I think these branches are defined by L238, DF19 and DF99.

Hope this helps,
David Powell
dp :-)

jeanL
07-15-2014, 07:44 PM
edit: Lost the original thread, razyn's post may be more useful then this one, dp :-)

Dear JeanL,
If you've had the Y-DNA STR DYS492 tested and it's come off =12, then the odds are 95% that you are P312+ [96% of U106+ have DYS492=13].
{Source: ISOGG Wiki Western Atlantic Modal Haplotype, RE: Tim Janzen, Rootsweb Genealogy DNA, Nov 2012.}

PS: I noticed you are testing DF27, which is greatest in Iberia. Other P312 branches that are more prevalent there too are: P312(xU152, L21)
{Source: "Y chromosome R1b founders" NM Myers et al (2010) European Journal of Human Genetrics; (2011) 19:98}
I think these branches are defined by L238, DF19 and DF99.

Hope this helps,
David Powell
dp :-)

Thanks I ordered DF27 and P312, and I will probably order a couple more based upon how those two come out. I should get the kits in a couple of days.

Erik
07-15-2014, 08:11 PM
Which is the best test to get from YSEQ? What do they show differently?

thetick
07-15-2014, 09:15 PM
Which is the best test to get from YSEQ? What do they show differently?

Specialized YDNA SNPs not offered elsewhere.

Erik
07-15-2014, 10:40 PM
Specialized YDNA SNPs not offered elsewhere.
What advantage does that give me to get one of those tests?

thetick
07-16-2014, 12:44 AM
What advantage does that give me to get one of those tests?

You list J2 as yor YDNA. There many groups under J2 that you could be?

See the many haplogroups below J2 at

1) http://www.isogg.org/tree/ISOGG_HapgrpJ.html
2) http://ytree.ftdna.com/index.php?name=Draft&parent=89159733
3) http://ytree.morleydna.com/ExperimentalGenoPhylogeny20140207.pdf

There has been a tsunami of new haplogroups so no one source seems to have them all. The third is the most comprehensive of the three.