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    R1b-CTS4528 & DF100

    R1b - CTS4528 / S1200
    R1b - DF100 / S1203

    We are an independent y-DNA & Genealogy Research Group consisting of members tested to these types, collecting data and studying the above subclades.
    https://sites.google.com/site/cts4528/


    We have "NO CONNECTION" to the CTS4528 project or its Admins hosted by FTDNA.


    We do however endorse and support the HT35 project and would ask you join this project at FTDNA.
    https://www.familytreedna.com/public...w/default.aspx
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    I am happy to see that there is so much interest in this clade. The main issue for this haplogroup is the lack of Sanger sequencing tests. Without Sanger sequencing tests we can't develop the ISOGG tree. I hope that Deep Clade 2 will be announced sooner and that FTDNA will offer a CTS4528, DF100 panel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brygian View Post
    I am happy to see that there is so much interest in this clade. The main issue for this haplogroup is the lack of Sanger sequencing tests. Without Sanger sequencing tests we can't develop the ISOGG tree. I hope that Deep Clade 2 will be announced sooner and that FTDNA will offer a CTS4528, DF100 panel.

    I agree,

    Trying to rectify that at the moment with FTDNA but if they dont get a move on I am afraid we may have to approach BDNA because my members are not going to wait indefinitely.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ballardgen View Post
    I agree,

    Trying to rectify that at the moment with FTDNA but if they dont get a move on I am afraid we may have to approach BDNA because my members are not going to wait indefinitely.
    Yseq is an excellent choice for SNP testing. It's Sanger sequencing so as long as the YSEQ ID is associated with a FTDNA kit number it should be good to go for ISOGG. Byrgian and smal do a good job of tracking that stuff. YSEQ is very quick too.
    YFull R1b-M269>L23>Z2103>Z2106>Z2108>Y14512>Y20971>Y22199, ISOGG R1b1a1a2a2c1b Y14416, FTDNA R-M64

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    I want to second Joe's suggestion of YSEQ. Their customer service and turnaround time have been consistently excellent. Once primers are available, SNP tests are typically completed in about 9 days. Custom STR tests are available as well.

    Edwin

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    Moreover you can order any SNP test even if it is not in their catalog. You can also design custom SNP panels and get a discount:

    http://www.yseq.net/product_info.php...4f31ea695719db

    http://www.yseq.net/product_info.php...4f31ea695719db

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    Thanks Guys,
    That's a lot of good advice......

    Any news on FTDNA

    Haplogroup administrators are going to be heavily involved in this process. Family Tree DNA is putting SNP panels together that will help further define the tree and where various SNPs that have been recently discovered, and continue to be discovered, will fall on the tree. As Big Y tests arrive, haplogroup project administrators typically assemble a spreadsheet of the SNPS and provisionally where they fall on the tree, based on the Big Y results. What Bennett asked is for the admins to work with Family Tree DNA to assemble a testing panel based on those results. The goal is for the cost to be between $1.50 and $2 (US) for each SNP in the panel, which will reduce the one-off SNP testing and provide a much more complete and productive result at a far reduced price as compared to the current $29 or $39 per individual SNP. If you are a haplogroup administrator, get in touch with Family Tree DNA to discuss your desired backbone panels. New panels, when it’s your turn, will take about 2 weeks to develop.

    http://dna-explained.com/2014/10/15/...erence-wrapup/




    Entry Level Panel including tests for any ambiguities around P311 et al. This is a work in progress so please feel free to check, rectify or comment. -

    P310, PF6714,
    P311,
    U106, P312, CTS4528, DF100, S1194,
    L112, S6157, S3846,
    S11481, M7851, [1x15], CTS7206, S583,
    S2642, CTS1276, S4631, S583-BDNA586 ?,
    S14328, S2642, CTS1276,
    S4631, CTS3849, S1253,
    S583-BDNA580 ?,
    S1196, S1253, L294, S1187, S17868, S826, FGC14435, Y6637064, [1x17], [1x9],
    S6868, CTS3849, FGC7851, CTS1195, S9254, CTS7206, S23564, F686- 1KGP-HG00148 ?
    F4346.

    abt 45 snp's =$90 (FTDNA conference advertised)
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    Have any Big-Y tests been done in the DF100 (S1194) Group ? Are any results available somewhere ??
    Last edited by Peter M; 11-22-2014 at 06:01 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter M View Post
    Have any Big-Y tests been done in the DF100 (S1194) Group ? Are any results available somewhere ??
    Several CTS4528 members have tested BIG Y but the results are not public, can I ask what your interest is ??
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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter M View Post
    Have any Big-Y tests been done in the DF100 (S1194) Group ? Are any results available somewhere ??
    See the chart at https://www.familytreedna.com/public/ht35new

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