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    My Geno 2.0 Results

    I feel pretty screwed over with regards to my paternal haplogroup.









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    Inexplicably Geno 2 does not test for R1b-P312, which is probably the largest haplogroup in western Europe. It does include most, but not all, of the P312 subclades. P312 subclades DF27 and DF99 are not tested in Geno 2. Thus you fall into one of the following categories:

    R1b-P312>DF27, R1b-P312>DF99, R1b-P312*, R1b-DF100, R1b-P310*.

    So while Geno 2 is not a complete waste of money, it does not resolve the haplogroup status for those who fall into the above classifications. Have you tested any markers with FTDNA? If so, I may be able to suggest which of the above is most likely.

    Incidentally I also got a R-P310 result from Geno 2.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GoldenHind View Post
    Inexplicably Geno 2 does not test for R1b-P312, which is probably the largest haplogroup in western Europe. It does include most, but not all, of the P312 subclades. P312 subclades DF27 and DF99 are not tested in Geno 2. Thus you fall into one of the following categories:

    R1b-P312>DF27, R1b-P312>DF99, R1b-P312*, R1b-DF100, R1b-P310*.

    So while Geno 2 is not a complete waste of money, it does not resolve the haplogroup status for those who fall into the above classifications. Have you tested any markers with FTDNA? If so, I may be able to suggest which of the above is most likely.

    Incidentally I also got a R-P310 result from Geno 2.
    wait until October 2015 when the new Geno tests go from 150K Snp's ( now ) ..............to 750K Snp's


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    Quote Originally Posted by vettor View Post
    wait until October 2015 when the new Geno tests go from 150K Snp's ( now ) ..............to 750K Snp's
    It would be cheaper and faster for him to test with Yseq.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GoldenHind View Post
    Inexplicably Geno 2 does not test for R1b-P312, which is probably the largest haplogroup in western Europe. It does include most, but not all, of the P312 subclades. P312 subclades DF27 and DF99 are not tested in Geno 2. Thus you fall into one of the following categories:

    R1b-P312>DF27, R1b-P312>DF99, R1b-P312*, R1b-DF100, R1b-P310*.

    So while Geno 2 is not a complete waste of money, it does not resolve the haplogroup status for those who fall into the above classifications. Have you tested any markers with FTDNA? If so, I may be able to suggest which of the above is most likely.

    Incidentally I also got a R-P310 result from Geno 2.
    I've done some reading up on that and now know that's the case. I've previously tested negative for both U106 and L21 (FTDNA prediction which I tested). I've transferred my results over to FTDNA where I'm apparently also negative for DF19 and U152.

    The only branches I have available for testing (besides P311) are P312>L238, P312>DF99 and P312>DF27.

    I've only tested 37 markers so far (due to the terrible exchange rate I'll do the 67 marker test in the future).



    Quote Originally Posted by ArmandoR1b View Post
    It would be cheaper and faster for him to test with Yseq.
    That's my plan. A question regarding Yseq. If I'm purchasing SNP tests for the first time, do I need to purchase the DNA Extraction also or just a sample kit?
    Last edited by BalkanKiwi; 07-16-2015 at 09:41 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jtoml4 View Post
    That's my plan. A question regarding Yseq. If I'm purchasing SNP tests for the first time, do I need to purchase the DNA Extraction also or just a sample kit?
    Just the sample kit and the SNPs you want tested.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jtoml4 View Post
    I've done some reading up on that and now know that's the case. I've previously tested negative for both U106 and L21 (FTDNA prediction which I tested). I've transferred my results over to FTDNA where I'm apparently also negative for DF19 and U152.

    The only branches I have available for testing (besides P311) are P312>L238, P312>DF99 and P312>DF27.

    I've only tested 37 markers so far (due to the terrible exchange rate I'll do the 67 marker test in the future).



    That's my plan. A question regarding Yseq. If I'm purchasing SNP tests for the first time, do I need to purchase the DNA Extraction also or just a sample kit?
    One SNP $17.50, Kit included in the price. Kit alone $3.00 and test can be ordered later, price includes S+H.

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    Quote Originally Posted by paulgill View Post
    One SNP $17.50, Kit included in the price. Kit alone $3.00 and test can be ordered later, price includes S+H.
    I think that the first order from Yseq has a $5 shipping charge, unless the order is for more than $100 (in which case the shipping charge is waived).

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    So just to clarify, If I order two SNPs for example, that price also includes a kit which is sent out? Correct, there is a $5 shipping charge.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jtoml4 View Post
    I've done some reading up on that and now know that's the case. I've previously tested negative for both U106 and L21 (FTDNA prediction which I tested). I've transferred my results over to FTDNA where I'm apparently also negative for DF19 and U152.

    The only branches I have available for testing (besides P311) are P312>L238, P312>DF99 and P312>DF27.

    I've only tested 37 markers so far (due to the terrible exchange rate I'll do the 67 marker test in the future).





    That's my plan. A question regarding Yseq. If I'm purchasing SNP tests for the first time, do I need to purchase the DNA Extraction also or just a sample kit?
    In most cases it is extremely difficult to predict P312 subclades from STR markers, especially from only 37 markers. However your markers indicate you are almost certainly L238- and unlikely, though it's not impossible, to be DF99+. I think it is highly probable that you are DF27+. If I were you, I would order an a la carte test for DF27 from FTDNA. I believe the cost is $49. If you get a negative result for that, YSEQ is probably the way to go.

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