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    Phasing the X-Chromosome

    Using one first cousin's data, I was able to partially phase my X-chromosome and those of my brothers and another first cousin. For more, see my blog post at http://linealarboretum.blogspot.com/...hromosome.html.

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    Those are so very interesting stats.. especially the your brother Chuck’s X-DNA is 97% from our grandfather and only 3% from our grandmother. I would have guessed those kind of percentages would be very rare and mostly be near even , but I guess the X recombination can drastically vary.

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    Thetick:

    Those figures are suppositions on my part. I can't swear to it, but with the lack of matching on the X we are pretty different.

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