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    Not at all. You have Yseq (see their STR panels)...

    Not at all. You have Yseq (see their STR panels) and LivingDNA (they have 3-in-1 ancestry testing), both European companies with affordable prices. Testing kit will come in a few days and when...
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    Probably, after some period of time, you are not...

    Probably, after some period of time, you are not able to edit your post.

    33/37 match could mean common ancestor few hundred years ago or false close match. If you took just Y37 test, I would...
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    Hi, it is not wise to post full names of other...

    Hi, it is not wise to post full names of other matches without their consent. It could be also violation of some terms of service of the website where these data are stored.
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    I don't know if it is possible to transfer...

    I don't know if it is possible to transfer results from Living DNA to FTDNA, if it is, I recommend you to transfer them and join to the E-M35 project (www ...
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    Check if your message storage is not full already.

    Check if your message storage is not full already.
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    PM are working, with some limitations for us,...

    PM are working, with some limitations for us, "rookies". :)
  7. Thread: E-l241

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    This subclade is spread all over the Europe and...

    This subclade is spread all over the Europe and it could be found also in African Mediterranean and Near East. Probably originates from Balkans or Southern Europe and was dispersed during the Roman...
  8. I would recommend you to enter your STR results...

    I would recommend you to enter your STR results in Nevgen calculator first (nevgen.org). This calculator can predict your SNP quite accurate, just choose option "Longer haplotypes". Based on this...
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