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    New paper on Italian DNA 2014



    http://www.isita-org.com/jass/Conten...a/Capocasa.pdf


    my personel interest is with where PRI stands in the article , equals Primiero and the franzione Siror

    I still have not fully read-it , so enjoy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sile View Post
    http://www.isita-org.com/jass/Conten...a/Capocasa.pdf


    my personel interest is with where PRI stands in the article , equals Primiero and the franzione Siror

    I still have not fully read-it , so enjoy
    Enjoyment is far from what I am experiencing. When are they going to get on the ball? HVRI for mtDNA? You ideally need FGS to analyze mtDNA, but to use just these HVRI figures? Fifteen STRs for yDNA analysis? No autosomal analysis, only a uniparental marker analysis when it's now clear how misleading that may be? No discussion of the Ralph and Coop data? No IBD analysis of their own? It's pathetic and embarrassing.

    And, sorry for being so un PC, but who cares about a few hundred people's DNA who only came to Italy during the medieval period when we haven't figured out the huge issues in the genetic population history of Italy?

    I also don't want to waste time reading the rest of the paper.

    Sorry, Sile. I do thank you for posting it, but this really is a disappointment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Angela View Post
    Enjoyment is far from what I am experiencing. When are they going to get on the ball? HVRI for mtDNA? You ideally need FGS to analyze mtDNA, but to use just these HVRI figures? Fifteen STRs for yDNA analysis? No autosomal analysis, only a uniparental marker analysis when it's now clear how misleading that may be? No discussion of the Ralph and Coop data? No IBD analysis of their own? It's pathetic and embarrassing.

    And, sorry for being so un PC, but who cares about a few hundred people's DNA who only came to Italy during the medieval period when we haven't figured out the huge issues in the genetic population history of Italy?

    I also don't want to waste time reading the rest of the paper.

    Sorry, Sile. I do thank you for posting it, but this really is a disappointment.
    agree, its like a summary...............like the italian goverment , all for show

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    Another paper on Italian DNa...it seem sto be the start of a combined analysis of the all Italian DNA papers combined
    http://download.repubblica.it/pdf/20...ss-reports.pdf

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