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    any information on M215, E-L796, M35, E-Z827, L19, CTS10298, PF1962 and CTS2500?

    Does anyone have any knowledge on this tree; this is it in the following order M215, E-L796, M35, E-Z827, L19, CTS10298, PF1962 and CTS2500

    I was tested positive for E-L796, CTS10298, PF1962 and CTS2500; presumed positive for M215, M35; and both E-Z827, L19, and PF1962 were written in purple for more testing but ill assume it was presumed positive as well.

    Thank you in advance
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    Quote Originally Posted by hman92 View Post
    Does anyone have any knowledge on this tree; this is it in the following order M215, E-L796, M35, E-Z827, L19, CTS10298, PF1962 and CTS2500

    I was tested positive for E-L796, CTS10298, PF1962 and CTS2500; presumed positive for M215, M35; and both E-Z827, L19, and PF1962 were written in purple for more testing but ill assume it was presumed positive as well.

    Thank you in advance
    L796 is equivalent to M35 and CTS10298 is equivalent to Z830. M215, M35, and Z827 are all parent to Z830 so they are expected to be positive.

    Were you tested positive for PF1962 or was it untested? It is not clear from what you posted. CTS2500 is equivalent to V1515, which is the sister branch to PF1962, so normally they would not both be positive. Both PF1962 and V1515 are daughters of Z830.

    If you go to https://yfull.com/tree/ and click on "Search" in the upper right hand corner you can enter the names of SNPs and it will tell you where they are in the tree.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Megalophias View Post
    L796 is equivalent to M35 and CTS10298 is equivalent to Z830. M215, M35, and Z827 are all parent to Z830 so they are expected to be positive.

    Were you tested positive for PF1962 or was it untested? It is not clear from what you posted. CTS2500 is equivalent to V1515, which is the sister branch to PF1962, so normally they would not both be positive. Both PF1962 and V1515 are daughters of Z830.

    If you go to https://yfull.com/tree/ and click on "Search" in the upper right hand corner you can enter the names of SNPs and it will tell you where they are in the tree.
    Its recommending me to test it; so it's colored in purple but for CTS10298 and CTS2500; PF1962 is the connector between the two so for me to reach CTS2500 i have to go through PF1962.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hman92 View Post
    Its recommending me to test it; so it's colored in purple but for CTS10298 and CTS2500; PF1962 is the connector between the two so for me to reach CTS2500 i have to go through PF1962.
    That's weird; according to both Y-Full and Karmin et al CTS2500 and PF1962 are on different branches, so PF1962 should not be between CTS10298 and CTS2500. I don't know what's going on with that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Megalophias View Post
    That's weird; according to both Y-Full and Karmin et al CTS2500 and PF1962 are on different branches, so PF1962 should not be between CTS10298 and CTS2500. I don't know what's going on with that.
    so wait im confused; what branch am i following then? If i follow directly CTS10298 and CTS2500 where does that place me in the region; because i checked for E-V1515; it seems common around eritrea but even there its not very common in terms of percentage they hold unto other subclades more.

    Also assuming with the geographic distance they have with yemen i assume this subclade(E-V1515) will be very common in certain parts of Yemen; because at the moment E-V1515 comes out in a very low percentage in the people that test with it.
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