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    So guys i am a W1c but I have been placed under Yfull Mtree under W1* and FTdna showed me W1 but the guy confirmed i am actually W1c and its do to with a missing mutation or whatever its called and its common and it usually gets ignored...


    I even have the mutation whatever it's called A14148G. and my matches are all european apart from one Indian Vora dude.
    anyone explain because i should be under the w1c section not w1*????

    (and ofcourse i feel like something is wrong lol)
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    Attachment 29446

    I am sure you guys can see where I am placed LOL! odd one out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Amber29 View Post
    So guys i am a W1c but I have been placed under Yfull Mtree under W1* and FTdna showed me W1 but the guy confirmed i am actually W1c and its do to with a missing mutation or whatever its called and its common and it usually gets ignored...


    I even have the mutation whatever it's called A14148G. and my matches are all european apart from one Indian Vora dude.
    anyone explain because i should be under the w1c section not w1*????

    (and ofcourse i feel like something is wrong lol)
    Did you do the mtComplete test from YSEQ, and another test from FTDNA?
    The guy who confirmed you are W1c, is he from FTDNA?

    If YFull have placed you under W1*, I would have thought it means you are not W1c or mtComplete results are missing something? Probably parasar or someone else can comment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by laltota View Post
    Did you do the mtComplete test from YSEQ, and another test from FTDNA?
    The guy who confirmed you are W1c, is he from FTDNA?

    If YFull have placed you under W1*, I would have thought it means you are not W1c or mtComplete results are missing something? Probably parasar or someone else can comment.
    the mutation is lacking (T119C) thats why which is a common problem so they ignore it or soemthing , and the admin is analysing my results he said im definately w1c - because it hasnt updated since three years . i only went with FTDNA to get matches (as it has the overall package of what i was after) - guess ima have to go with YSEQ (P*** take) lol - its just annoyed me so much lol

    this is what he said :
    Dear Amber, you are definitely W1c (since you have the A14148G mutation that defines W1c). However you lack T119C, which according to the official PhyloTree is prior to W1c. However, this is the case for almost half of the W1c samples in our project, so we do not use T119C as a phylogenetic marker anymore in our project. FTDNA has not yet adapted to that since they use software based on the current PhyloTree (which now is about 3 years old).

    I think YSEQ would be the same?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Amber29 View Post
    the mutation is lacking (T119C) thats why which is a common problem so they ignore it or soemthing , and the admin is analysing my results he said im definately w1c - because it hasnt updated since three years . i only went with FTDNA to get matches (as it has the overall package of what i was after) - guess ima have to go with YSEQ (P*** take) lol - its just annoyed me so much lol

    this is what he said :
    Dear Amber, you are definitely W1c (since you have the A14148G mutation that defines W1c). However you lack T119C, which according to the official PhyloTree is prior to W1c. However, this is the case for almost half of the W1c samples in our project, so we do not use T119C as a phylogenetic marker anymore in our project. FTDNA has not yet adapted to that since they use software based on the current PhyloTree (which now is about 3 years old).

    I think YSEQ would be the same?
    You are definitely W1c then, and YFull will move you under W1c after they have finished their analysis.
    YSEQ would get the same result I assume.

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    Quote Originally Posted by laltota View Post
    You are definitely W1c then, and YFull will move you under W1c after they have finished their analysis.
    YSEQ would get the same result I assume.
    apparantly im not the only one, but i think that need to be considered for future reference. 23andMe picked up without an issue lol im on V5 but i think they already ignored this mutation 119c one? something they got right.
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    so the tree got updated and i come under W1d?

    Attachment 30054

    update it is w1c from FTDNA GROUP ADMIN...

    but i am so confused now i dont even know whats right anymore.
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