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Wheal
10-06-19, 18:24
I would love to hear comments about what you all think about the outcome for Big Y-700 will be from Family Tree DNA. Most specifically, what will it tell us, and will it go back and test to find where the split for the break in earlier snps or will it only test for more downstream snps.

spruithean
10-06-19, 19:25
From what I've heard a few people who have their results have received a fair bit of novel variants. This of course could be important for timing estimations of various Y trees, and depending on how many of those novel variants become defining SNPs it could help refine the tree further. Big Y700 will also be looking through more of the Y-chromosome compared to Big Y and Big Y500, so it will definitely have benefits.

torzio
24-09-19, 20:56
My Y700 changes for myself...................... is that my private markers went from 26 to 40 ...........nothing new ............

Salento
26-09-19, 03:05
My Y700 changes for myself...................... is that my private markers went from 26 to 40 ...........nothing new ............

The Y700 is a big Test :)

What kind of information did you get? ... and do you think that T-Z19945 has another branch? (besides CTS1848).

Did they tell you how many T-Z19945 they found and where?

... too many questions :ashamed2:

torzio
26-09-19, 04:36
The Y700 is a big Test :)

What kind of information did you get? ... and do you think that T-Z19945 has another branch? (besides CTS1848).

Did they tell you how many T-Z19945 they found and where?

... too many questions :ashamed2:

No further matches than what i had...and we will evenrually split off without snp CTS1848

Salento
26-09-19, 05:23
No further matches than what i had...and we will evenrually split off without snp CTS1848

Thanks Torzio :satisfied:

Wheal
30-09-19, 17:55
Thank you both for your comments.

On the two Y-700 tests that I ordered, there have been almost no changes, even in novel snps. On one, no changes at all, on the other 2 new novels. And now another question...

Could radiation treatments change the outcome of the reads, most specifically, on ambiguous results?