HIDE SNP NAMES

The Big Tree: R-S25783

R-P312/S116 > Z40481 > ZZ11 > DF27/S250 > Z195/S355 > Z272 > S450 > Z295/S1217 > S25783

S25783
S1220 CTS3702
CTS4065 Z2355 S1221
BY3191
FGC15710 Y8717
FGC15714 Y8716
FGC30420
CTS10029
BY12165
FGC15712 Y8715
FGC15713 Y7765
Y7766 FGC15711
FGC29721
BY3190
FGC29724 Y14479
FGC29729
FGC29730
FGC29731 Y14481
9390697-GTTT-G
FGC29732
FGC29738
FGC29745
17634335-CA-C
FGC29749
FGC29752
FGC33362
22466320-G-T
22472739-CAG-C
FGC29755
FGC29756 Y14489
FGC29758
FGC29739
FGC33363
FGC29722 Y14477
FGC29723 Y14478
FGC29720
FGC29725
FGC29726
FGC29727 Y14480
FGC29728
FGC29733
FGC29734
FGC29735
FGC29736
FGC29737 Y14482
FGC29741 Y14483
FGC29742
FGC29743 Y14484
FGC29744
FGC29746
FGC29747 Y14485
FGC29748
FGC29753 Y14487
FGC29754 Y14488
FGC29757 Y14490
CTS4183
FGC15730 Y10797
Y10800 FGC15737
BY12166
FGC15731 Y10798
FGC15732 Y10799
FGC15735 Y11674
FGC15726
FGC15742
FGC15748 Y11809
BY12167
S16864
FGC39263
FGC15712? Y8715?
FGC15713? Y7765?
Y7766? FGC15711?
A5001 Y13437
26175667-A-G
FGC15712? Y8715?
FGC15713? Y7765?
Y7766? FGC15711?
Y17687 BY3275
Y17458
Y17459
9131546-C-A
Y17460
Y17461
Y17463
Y17685
Y17464
Y17686
Y17465
Y17466
Y17677
Y17678
Y17679
16757733-GTGA-G
Y17680
Y17467
Y17682
Y17683
18726728-C-CT
Y17684
19396702-GC-G
Y17688
Y17689
22298063-T-A
22462022-A-C
22462176-G-A
22462955-C-T
Y17468
Y17470
Y17471
Y17472
FGC23196
FGC15712? Y8715?
FGC15713? Y7765?
Y7766? FGC15711?
FGC23175 Y13445
FGC23176 Y13446
S11482
S12100
S12214
FGC23178 Y13211
FGC23179
S12458
FGC32186
S16934
Y13447
15403858-T-TC
S17990
FGC23183 Y14502
FGC23184 Y13448
S18672
FGC23188 Y13449
FGC23189 Y13451
FGC23193 Y13212
Y9136 FGC15329
15897634-C-CCT
FGC23190 Y13450
FGC23171
FGC23173
6597897-TCA-T
S9293
FGC23170
FGC23180
FGC23182
FGC23186
FGC23177
FGC23181
FGC23192
22459985-C-T
FGC32182
FGC32183
FGC32184
FGC32191
BY12171
BY12172
BY12173
BY12174
BY12175
BY12176
A8256 BY3279
BY12178
BY12177
A8257 BY3282
FGC34881
FGC34898
Zenker
97920 BTN5U
Zenker
246892 ASVM9
Meister
271076 RMFBM
1k Genomes
NA20518
Cilley
N125305
Pletcher
269087
Butler
318020
Hulan
195834 G19LI
Rose
N86315
Lorenzo
B71421
Adams
B105711
Pastore
249537 VR8V4
Chernik
1401
Zima
287884
Gummer
233908
Gummer
260546
Kidley
276157
Cartier
N115807
Vivies
90025
van den Vliet
109279 YS0PO
VanderVliet
315428
Bjorkman
76755 AMLSX
Okkels
N108812 87PC9
Webb
224254
Dudzak
236154
Davis
251278
Callaway
15745
Callaway
445238
Guillaume
406473
Moreau
95682
Navarro
N23134
Pfeiffer
N137161
Jàfer
171840
Johnson
B86236
Larkin
208384

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.

A242
FGC18232?
A red SNP name with a '?' indicates that the SNP's status for the block is uncertain, but assumed to be negative. The same SNP probably occurs in a parallel block. It will be necessary to check BAM files or perhaps Sanger sequence some men to prove the result.

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.