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Re: Leasure/Laizure/Lazier DNA project on Ancestry
Posted by: v. suzanne sears (ID *****1949) Date: February 12, 2011 at 10:27:04
In Reply to: Re: Leasure/Laizure/Lazier DNA project on Ancestry by Joy Laizure of 840

Actually you can tell a lot by the other markers too:

Like 393.......being 10 or 11

10 being a mutation associated with Brythonic or Breton Celts.....

example: 13 24 14 10........those first 4 numbers.......are a key signature of Southern Irish Type 2

while 13 24 14 11 is the common Celt signature.

Have you had your signature expanded to 67 markers and had all the SNP deep clade testing.......

if so: this will give you a really definite Haplotype to belong to........and that will give you a ton of geographical information.

The reason for this is rather simple:
it takes hundreds to thousands of years to acquire mutations.

So where were your ancestors 1,000 years ago......
because if they have some unique markers:
it should be one found in fairly specific populations

Example: all bears have similar DNA: but only polar bears have the DNA to be white: and we know where they live

Well the same is roughly true of certain markers show up in certain populations........

remembering that people lived in tribes in certain regions for millenia....and many still live in the same darn places today.....

I would encourage you to get the most up to date testing you can for the most information.


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