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Thread: Looking for FGC498 (aka FG498) positive submissions

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    Looking for FGC498 (aka FG498) positive submissions

    My L226 Full Genomes test shows 44 high quality "private" matches:

    FGC5618 through FGC5660 (three are indel mutations)
    AND
    FGC498 (assume this was found positive on earlier L21 tester)

    I would greatly appreciate sharing and comparing my FG data with other FGC498+ submissions. Two other L21 submissions do not list FGC498+ (DF41 and another Z253). So it appears that FGC498 should be from another early FG tester who must be Z253+ (or this YSNP may be recurrent). If your are FGC498 positive, please forward me your FG email with the ZIP file and I will attempt to analyze any submissions with FGC498+ or other Z253 submissions. Let me know if you want me to send you my files as well. I also need a L21** submission to determine to approximate all the YSNPs that are upstream to L21 (have a P312 submission as well that used to P312** for a long time):


    http://www.rcasey.net/DNA/R_L21/R_L2...t_Project.html

    Here are my analysis steps to date:

    1) Compare all private FGC YSNPs (so far no overlap except FGC498 - which seems to be unusual to me to only find one to date and none shared with another Z253 submission who is also PF825+).
    2) Compare results of 10,000 to 15,000 new YSNPs. This comparison produces several YSNPs that are positive for me but negative for other L21 submissions. But there are also dozens of YSNPs where I am positive and the other submissions are either X or ? (and vice versa).
    3) Compare my results with P312**, L21** and DF13** submissions. This should eliminate 90 % of the positive YSNPs as being pre-L21 in age.

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    Would you be able to share the positions of these variants for research purposes?

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