HIDE SNP NAMES

The Big Tree: R-S1051

R-P312/S116 > Z290 > L21/S145 > DF13 > Z39589 > S1051

YSEQ Group 15: If you are R-S1051 and have tested with YSEQ, please join YSEQ Group 15.

There are a number of SNPs added to this block that only occur in the results of Moore (UTU7E, 357511) and the 1kG kit. These mutations are not covered by the BigY and additional testing will be necessary to determine where they belong.
S1051
FGC9661
FGC9660
FGC9655
19996272-C-T
FGC14899
A4603
A4604
A4605
A4609
A4611
A4615
A4616
A4617
A4618
A4619
A4625
A4627
A4633
BY10451
BY10452
BY10453
BY10450
FGC29516
FGC29517
FGC29518
FGC29519
FGC29520
FGC41189
FGC41190
FGC29523
FGC17938
FGC29527
FGC29528
FGC29530
FGC29531
FGC29536
FGC29538
FGC41194
FGC41195
FGC29541
FGC29542
FGC29544
FGC29545
FGC29548
FGC41199
FGC36061
S1050
FGC18003
FGC17982
FGC17993
FGC28626
FGC28631
FGC28633
FGC28625
17046051-TAG-T
FGC28634
FGC28635
BY2065 FGC35337
FGC28636
FGC28637
22555380-A-AT
FGC28638
Hartley
306137
Brewer
303947
Hogge
99054
Ackley
B37138
Moore
357511 UTU7E
Dixon
326760
Smith
331890
Watkins
102970
Raburn
30949 5MZY9
Henry
316659
1k Genomes
HG01953
Tavares de Melo
476007
Cambray
497330
Porter
N8772
Wilson
220353
Davis
337129
Britton
191679
Hammond
188927
McLellan
336065
Nunes
528225

Overlay STR Data for an STR:


Porter
N28007
Oakes
H2290
Williamson
196041
A red background is used for men whose data has not yet been fully analyzed. His position on the tree is not yet final, and will in general be downstream of the current position. He may not be positive for all the SNPs/INDELs in the block he descends from.

Men whose NGS data have been fully analyzed are indicated with a grey background color.

Those men with a grey background and a pink bar to their left have been finalized, but haven't gone through as much scrutinity as earlier kits have. In particular, no search has been made for recurrent SNPs or other unusual mutations. For the vast majority of kits, this has no effect at all, but I will review them as necessary in the future.

CTS4296
22233413-G-A
Mutations written with a red background fall within a region of the Y chromosome, such as the palindromic region, which has left the position of the mutation ambiguous. The true mutation may be at the indicated position, or at any one of a number of alternate positions.