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    Quote Originally Posted by Grossvater View Post
    I wonder if Naia's genome will be released so that comparisons can be made on the GEDMATCH calculators. My wife and daughter-in-law (both of Native American descent) both share small separate segments of DNA with the Anzick child. I'd love to know if Naia is also distant kin.
    What size segments, if you don't mind me asking? Do you share any segments with them?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Webb View Post
    What size segments, if you don't mind me asking? Do you share any segments with them?
    The segments are quite small. My wife (who is only approximately 30% Native American) shares a 6.0 cM segment on chromosome 9 with the Anzick child. My daughter-in-law, who is 86% Native American shares a 6.0 cM segment on chromosome 21.

    Although I have one paper-trail Native American ancestor who lived in the early 18th Century, I inherited a very miniscule amount of her DNA...making me what my Native American friends would call a "nose-bleed" NDN. Oddly enough, I do carry two 5.0 cM sections on chromosomes 3 and 20 in common with the 45,000 year old Ust-Ishim man.

    I don't know enough about the science to think this is something unusual and cool or just really, really common.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Grossvater View Post
    The segments are quite small. My wife (who is only approximately 30% Native American) shares a 6.0 cM segment on chromosome 9 with the Anzick child. My daughter-in-law, who is 86% Native American shares a 6.0 cM segment on chromosome 21.

    Although I have one paper-trail Native American ancestor who lived in the early 18th Century, I inherited a very miniscule amount of her DNA...making me what my Native American friends would call a "nose-bleed" NDN. Oddly enough, I do carry two 5.0 cM sections on chromosomes 3 and 20 in common with the 45,000 year old Ust-Ishim man.

    I don't know enough about the science to think this is something unusual and cool or just really, really common.
    That's interesting. I was curious because you are U152 and I'm DF27, meaning is this something that all R1b guys have a little bit of? I have no reportable Native American but even at 2.0 cM is still share segments with Clovis and Ust-Ishim man.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Webb View Post
    That's interesting. I was curious because you are U152 and I'm DF27, meaning is this something that all R1b guys have a little bit of? I have no reportable Native American but even at 2.0 cM is still share segments with Clovis and Ust-Ishim man.
    Is it not possible that the R1b individuals obtained these segments from the same original source as the Native Americans - perhaps 15,000 years ago from ANE?
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