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E-L19 SNP Pack

Postby John1 » Thu Oct 06, 2016 12:18 am

received this "Exciting News" from ftdna 5th October 2016;

"Exciting news for members of the E-L19 Haplogroup!

Family Tree DNA is pleased to announce the introduction of our new E-L19 SNP Pack with a comprehensive list of the essential SNPs for this branch of the E-L19 Haplogroup. The purpose of this test is to identify your terminal SNP on the Y-DNA Tree of mankind.


During the past few years, the number of SNPs on our tree has increased dramatically. While we are confident you are in Haplogroup E-L19 or a downstream subgroup, you now have the opportunity to expand the depth of your Haplogroup much further with this exclusive test. This test can help you refine your subclade. If you are not sure whether or not this is the right test for you, we recommend contacting the E Project Administrators.

Click the button below to sign in to your kit. Navigate to advanced orders by clicking the Upgrade button at the top of your myFTDNA account page, and be one of the first customers to get the E-L19 SNP Pack at our introductory beta price of $99! Once this beta run is filled, the price will change to $119.

Note to Big Y users: This message is purely informational and you should not purchase this SNP pack unless it includes markers not included in your Big Y test. Please consult your Haplogroup Administrator to see if this SNP pack is right for you.

SNPs included in the E-L19 SNP Pack

Includes the following SNPs on the haplotree:
L335, PF2401, M81, M183, PF2477, PF2546, CTS12555, CTS4487, PF6789, PF2431, M165, L19, CTS12227, Z21398, MZ21, FGC38517, S2574, A930, A2227, PF2428, Z5013, MZ64, MZ12, A601, PF6794, A5603, MZ7, A428, MZ80, PF2438, Z5009, MZ3, PF2423, MZ16, A1152, MZ13, MZ11, M5043, M5302, M5079, Z5008, MZ20, MZ1, PF6799, MZ22, MZ4, A5604, L351, MZ99, MZ51, MZ136, MZ131, MZ147, MZ62, MZ143, FGC38527, FGC18958, FGC18981, Y10561, MZ15, BY8888, BY8889, BY8890, BY8891, A931, MZ14, MZ39, MZ122, PH5051, BY8975, BY8968, BY8969, BY8970, BY8971, BY8972, BY8973, BY8974, BY8976, BY8977, MZ141, MZ132, MZ133, MZ134, MZ129, MZ130, MZ54, MZ49, MZ48, MZ117, MZ19, MZ100, MZ96, MZ45, MZ153, MZ154, MZ23, A429, A683, Y17625, BY9765, MZ18, MZ17, BY9930, MZ110, Y2770, MZ109, Y20199, Y20200, BY10061, MZ5, MZ6, MZ78, MZ9, MZ10, BY10064, BY10066, BY10109, MZ98, MZ97, BY10232, BY10233, BY10234, BY10235, BY10249, BY9659, BY9656, BY9648, BY9969, BY9970, BY9972, BY9939, BY9942, BY9946, BY9947, BY9977, BY9979, BY9980, BY9982, BY10039, BY10040, BY10042, BY9931, BY9932

Includes the following SNPs that are NOT YET on the haplotree:
PF6788, M107, PF2418, PF2575, Z5010, Z5014, MZ73, PF2421, PF2578, PF6790, FGC22844, MZ113, MZ150, MZ55, CTS10284, Y8827, Z21392, Z21393, PF6795"
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Re: E-L19 SNP Pack

Postby John1 » Thu Oct 06, 2016 12:19 am

The question is who should take this?
Does it replace the 111 test?
Can the test refine peoples positions on the tree?

Answers on here please,
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Re: E-L19 SNP Pack

Postby Yacine » Thu Oct 06, 2016 8:33 am

In this L19 pack, 15 of 162 SNPs concern our branch PF2431

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Re: E-L19 SNP Pack

Postby Yacine » Thu Oct 06, 2016 8:47 am

In my mind, a full test (FGC or Big Y) per family would be ideal, if not the L19 Pack (cheaper) can be used to find the position of each in the SNP tree on the basis of SNPs found with full test. The pack will not find the missing SNPs or find own SNP to each family.
Then in a family other members may think the test of the 111 markers.
Currently in the tree of SNPs, we have the exact position of 9 families (Miller, Pegg, Heiney, Wagner, Mohler, Castillo, Bayba, Yocom and Kemouche).
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