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Thread: What happened to the Y Chromosome Consortium (YCC)? All traces seem to have vanished.

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    Question What happened to the Y Chromosome Consortium (YCC)? All traces seem to have vanished.

    The YCC used to have a website which contained information about itself, links to its papers and of course its Y haplogroup tree (albeit quite out of date compared to ISOGG's).

    This is the URL that I had for it: http://ycc.biosci.arizona.edu/

    Now just about all traces of its presence on the Internet have disappeared, as if done deliberately.

    So, what's going on?
    Last edited by GTC; 10-24-2012 at 02:49 AM. Reason: typo

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    A good question to be raised at the upcoming FT-DNA Project Administrators conference. Hopefully we'll get this (and other items) answered.

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    We seem to be in a "pregnant pause" of sorts at the moment.

    - Wells' paper on Geno 2 is due.

    - I gather that Dr Karafet is working on a major review of the Y tree.

    I'm wondering if a joint paper will be published just ahead of the FTDNA Conference.

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