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10-21-2012, 11:43 PM
J-L250 Y-DNA: L250.2+ and near clades/clusters in J2a-L26

This is a new thread of MolGen Subclade L250.2, L251.2 (includes L1064 and M68) (http://eng.molgen.org/viewtopic.php?f=127&t=590) (older J2a3/4* (J-L26*): new SNPs to test: L250.2, L251.2, L1064 (http://eng.molgen.org/viewtopic.php?f=127&t=401&start=30)).

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Volunteer Research Project for Y-DNA tested L26+ and L250.2+ or L251.2+ or L1064+ or M68+
Or clustering by STR haplotype (Marker values) to kits with the above SNPs (37+ Markers needed for good grouping). J2a-L26* kits with L250 tested negative are very welcome for comparison research and especialy members of the J-Project Cluster *A1 are invited to join because their haplotype is very near to J2a-M68 and also J2a-L1064. As this project will probably remainsmall (under 200 members) it will be a good opportunity toget alternative groupings and suggestions compared toother haplogroup projects.

Main quests of this project - you help to clear them by joining:
What J-samples/kits are tested L26+ or L27+ or L927+ (http://ytree.ftdna.com/index.php?name=Draft&parent=73426201) and also positive for one or more of these SNPs: L250.2, L251.2 (http://ytree.ftdna.com/index.php?name=Draft&parent=99813404), L1064, M68?
What J-samples/kits cluster by STR-haplotype to the previous ones (have a similar/matching STR-marker values pattern)?
How widespread are all these samples/kits (paternal ancestor locations)?
Why are J2a-L1064 and J2a-M68 modal haplotypes so diverse and near to many other clades/clusters downstream of J2a-L26? Are L250.2/L251.2 reliable and stable SNPs?

Feel free to ask the Administrator ([email protected]). Look also at ISOGG Wiki Y-DNA project help (http://www.isogg.org/wiki/Y-DNA_project_help).

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