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Thread: Defining marker for R-M12462 / R-YP1702

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    Defining marker for R-M12462 / R-YP1702

    I'm trying to understand to Big Y results of kit # 383275 and I found one mutation that is probably on the tree - but different way by YFull and by FTDNA.

    On FTDNA tree, tere tree looks like: R-P278 -> R-M12462 -> R-YP1702
    The defining mutation for R-M12462 is
    20571223 T C M12462 YP5801

    On YFull tree, the tree looks like R-P278.2 -> R-YP1702
    there are 2 mutations in this branch, YP1702 and:
    20571221 CAT CCT Y6670

    I don't understand why hit is not defined as
    20571222 A C A19360

    In this area are more mutations defined:
    20571222 A del FGC54587 - but length 2 bp!

    In the variants.vcf file I see 2 mutations in this area:
    chrY 20571222 . A C (2A, 96C)
    chrY 20571224 . TT T (6TT, 99T)

    In 383275_BigY_Data_20171128.csv file I see:
    "Novel Variant","20571222","","","","A","C","High"

    Surprisingly M12462 is missing at all.

    The FTDNA chromosome browser shows me for 383275
    Reference: 20571221 CATTT
    Genotype: 20571221 CCTTd

    This means Y6670+ and A19360+

    But what about the M12462/YP5801 marker?
    It looks like it counts with different alignment:
    Reference: 20571221 CATTT
    Genotype: 20571221 CdCTT
    and this would mean M12462+/YP5801+ and FGC54587+


    This is from YFull R1a group, starting position 20571220 (hg38):
    Last edited by Petr; 11-29-2017 at 02:41 PM.
    Y-DNA: R-Y14088 (ISOGG: R1b1a1a2a1a2b1c2b1a1a)
    mtDNA: J1c1i (J1c1 + 7735G and 8848C) Extras: 198T 12007A 16422C 16431A

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