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    New Q1b-L275 SNPs

    Originally posted in molgen forum.

    As part of the research project YFull found new SNP Q1b:
    121 SNP level Q1b (Y1017-Y1137).
    132 SNiP level Q1b* (xQ1b1). All of these SNP's labeled independent branch, let's call it Q1b2 (Y1138-Y1269).
    3 with inaccurate localization - the level Q1b or Q1b2 (Y1014-Y1016).

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    Y1144 and Y1150 are available for order!
    http://shop.yseq.net/index.php?manufacturers_id=32
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    ^ Thank you for posting. Have any Q1b1a men tested positive for these two SNPs? From what I could tell on the MolGen forum, a Punjabi in Lahore, Pakistan and an Indian Telugu in the UK had both tested positive for the Y1144. Also are these the SNPs that FTDNA's Big Y will uncover for Q1b?

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    HG03652 (PJL) - Punjabi in Lahore,Pakistan Y1212/Y1218+, Y1144+
    HG03864 (ITU) - Indian Telugu in the UK Y1212/Y1218+, Y1144+
    Nobody else is known.
    Also I do not have information about what the current day BigY or FYS booked by someone of people of Indian or Pakistani origin.
    We have a shortage of information.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Шад View Post
    Nobody else is known.
    Also I do not have information about what the current day BigY or FYS booked by someone of people of Indian or Pakistani origin.
    We have a shortage of information.
    Thank you for the further clarification. I can see in the Haplogroup Q Project there is a section listed for Big Y pending, 18 people are listed so far. One is Q1b1a kit #148637. So I am very happy to see at least one Q1b is in for it! It is good that they have many Native American testing. I know we would all like to learn more about their migrations and how they might be able to connect them to specific clans in the U.S. I do have to admit I'm a little selfish and have a "wish list" of some Q1b's that I would like to see tested further. On that list would be one of the Academic Q1b samples from Dagestan, one from Iraq, Iran, Syria, Saudi Arabia, Uzbekistan, Italy, one from the Netherlands-Irish-German cluster. Another one of the Q1b1a's with known Jewish ancestry (maybe Sephardic vs Ashkenazi). Oh and of course one of the Tartars! I know I have a big wish list. Oh well one can dream....

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    New SNPs are available for order at YSeq (laboratory of Dr. Krahn). Recommended for advanced testing for all Q-M378 (aka Q1b1).
    http://shop.yseq.net/index.php?cPath...a&filter_id=32
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    Quote Originally Posted by Шад View Post
    New SNPs are available for order at YSeq (laboratory of Dr. Krahn). Recommended for advanced testing for all Q-M378 (aka Q1b1).
    http://shop.yseq.net/index.php?cPath...a&filter_id=32
    Is there any SNP which is better to start with? I did set up an account a few weeks ago and Astrid advised that my brother will have to submit a new sample as FTDNA had not been responsive about using already stored samples.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wertner View Post
    121 SNP level Q1b (Y1017-Y1137).
    132 SNiP level Q1b* (xQ1b1). All of these SNP's labeled independent branch, let's call it Q1b2 (Y1138-Y1269).
    3 with inaccurate localization - the level Q1b or Q1b2 (Y1014-Y1016).
    Kit N118276 in my project has transferred Geno 2.0 results that show him to be L275+ M378- . Morley's calculator shows that he has only some, but not all, of the SNPs ordinarily associated with Q-L275.

    The Y-DNA Q project has a list of men confirmed or predicted to be L275+ M378- . Unfortunately, that project does not display specific SNP results. The men in that category come from Russia, Iraq, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Uzbekistan, and India.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lgmayka View Post
    Kit N118276 in my project has transferred Geno 2.0 results that show him to be L275+ M378- . Morley's calculator shows that he has only some, but not all, of the SNPs ordinarily associated with Q-L275.

    The Y-DNA Q project has a list of men confirmed or predicted to be L275+ M378- . Unfortunately, that project does not display specific SNP results. The men in that category come from Russia, Iraq, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Uzbekistan, and India.
    Yes. No specific SNP results for a specific Y DNA haplogroup project. It is annoying. I sure hope that changes with Big Y results.

    That is interesting about the Geno 2.0 results that transferred into your project. I too would like to learn more about him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lgmayka View Post
    Kit N118276 in my project has transferred Geno 2.0 results that show him to be L275+ M378- . Morley's calculator shows that he has only some, but not all, of the SNPs ordinarily associated with Q-L275.

    The Y-DNA Q project has a list of men confirmed or predicted to be L275+ M378- . Unfortunately, that project does not display specific SNP results. The men in that category come from Russia, Iraq, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Uzbekistan, and India.
    What is his ancestry ? It would be interesting if he is tested for Y1150

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