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Twilight
11-12-16, 01:46
Hello there guys, I just got an email from 23andme saying that our Ydna haplogroups have been updated. I figured I can start a new thread to help us decifer our new Ydna Haplogroups. My Ydna is now R1b-PF6570.
R1b-PF6570 seems to be a subclade of R1b-P312 however it's not in Maciamo's poly genetic map. I was wondering if it's a rare Ydna haplogroup. :)

http://philomenamagikz.net/file/attachment/2016/12/5b709c92a356fe6108fefeb5bd4f9524_view.jpg


https://blog.23andme.com/ancestry/updates-to-23andme-paternal-haplogroup-assignments/?utm_source=23andme&utm_medium=email&utm_content=23c_Email_Platform&utm_campaign=prod_news_1

Aaron1981
11-12-16, 04:29
It's just a U152 equivalent which is basically like saying R1b1b2a1a2d. 23andMe told you absolutely nothing new, sorry. (as we have come to see no updates in several years now)

Huitzilopochtli
11-12-16, 05:20
23andme and me apparently chose obscure SNPs to name their haplogroups with no regard for established practice. You can look up SNPs at https://www.yfull.com/tree/. Unfortunately, they don't list their ISOGG equivalents, but you can find them at http://isogg.org/tree/.

brianco
11-12-16, 06:46
I still show as R1b1b2a1a2d* where does it show your updated R1b-PF6570?




Hello there guys, I just got an email from 23andme saying that our Ydna haplogroups have been updated. I figured I can start a new thread to help us decifer our new Ydna Haplogroups. My Ydna is now R1b-PF6570.
R1b-PF6570 seems to be a subclade of R1b-P312 however it's not in Maciamo's poly genetic map. I was wondering if it's a rare Ydna haplogroup. :)

http://philomenamagikz.net/file/attachment/2016/12/5b709c92a356fe6108fefeb5bd4f9524_view.jpg


https://blog.23andme.com/ancestry/updates-to-23andme-paternal-haplogroup-assignments/?utm_source=23andme&utm_medium=email&utm_content=23c_Email_Platform&utm_campaign=prod_news_1