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Thread: Rib and Ogap

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    Rib and Ogap

    Brian Sykes mentions various haplotypes related to R1b giving them names like OGAP 12 etc .Is there any way that these haplotypes can be "translated " into conventional R1b terms ? The differences are usually small changes on markers DYS 390, DYS 391 etc .

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    The Oxford Genetic Atlas Project (OGAP) haplotypes are based on 10 markers (DYS19, DYS390, DYS391, DYS392, DYS393, DYS389i, DYS389ii, DYS388, DYS425 & DYS 426).

    I doubt that you can get any better resolution than R1b based on just 10 markers.

    Clinton P
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    Thanks Clinton . One of the markers used in OGAP , DYS 439 can define R1b1c9a when it is null .Is that just a special case ? Am I right in thinking that these small differences between say say OGAP 7 and OGAP 6 are at familial levels .

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