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    Y-DNA haplogroup
    I1 Z63*
    MtDNA haplogroup
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    YSEQ packs for I1

    If you are interested in more Y-DNA resolution, YSEQ has some products that help. The best and most expensive options for any YDNA data is a full sequence. New sequences advance the data available and then others can "follow the lead" to see if they match. This post is about SNP testing rather than STR testing.

    https://www.yseq.net/index.php?cPath...a&filter_id=23

    M253 pack - $99 - for those with this broad result or STR markers that aren't more specific

    The following options are the main branches of M253 and allow you to save $11 if already known:

    Z63 "continental" panel - $88
    L22 panel $88 (the main Nordic branch, under Z2336)
    Z140 panel $88 (under Z58, Z69, Z60)
    Z2539 panel $88 (under Z58, Z69, Z60)

    I just ordered the Z63 pack, the shipping is $5 extra and I'll keep the forum updated for timing and results.
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    Looks like yseq has another snp test available under FGC24357. Just purchased A15918. Has anyone tried their wish a test option? I'm considering possibly doing that for other snps under FGC24357 since FTDNA currently won't let me test any of them.
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    Update:

    Ordered Sep 4
    Mailed out to me on Sep 5
    Mailed to them Sep 11
    They received Sep 18

    First results posted Sep21 (very fast!)

    A bunch of negatives for R1b, E1b1b, J1 and negative for S2077 and L1237 which I already knew from Ancestry.com data file. There were 13 negative alleles posted.

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    I'm guessing they update on Wednesdays.

    9/27 received 12 more negative alleles, the most significant being BY351-. That is a blow to my expectations. Negative for S2077, L1237, and BY351 probably means I'm headed for Z63* or a rare branch. I should have gone straight for the Big-Y.

    I noticed a Z63 is processing in addition to the "Z63 Continental Panel" so I'm guessing they want to confirm Z63 before proceeding further.

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    I'd like to mention that there is a new I1 panel available at YSeq. It's I1-Z2541-S2268. It includes all of the SNPs for S2268 and costs $239 US.

    Z2541 is a subclade of Z138. M253>DF29>Z58>Z138>S2293>Z2541>S2268.

    https://www.yseq.net/product_info.ph...ducts_id=57081

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    Still getting weekly results. I'm negative for everything, the last SNP is pending now. If it's positive then I'm negative for BY151. If it's negative then I'm simply Z63*.

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    Quote Originally Posted by I1a3_Young View Post
    Still getting weekly results. I'm negative for everything, the last SNP is pending now. If it's positive then I'm negative for BY151. If it's negative then I'm simply Z63*.
    This could get interesting! Is Big Y still on the table or do you think if you are I-Z63* that Big Y isn't worth it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by spruithean View Post
    This could get interesting! Is Big Y still on the table or do you think if you are I-Z63* that Big Y isn't worth it?
    The big Y will be worth it if I can get the cash together.

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    Quote Originally Posted by I1a3_Young View Post
    The big Y will be worth it if I can get the cash together.
    I'm debating forking over the money now despite the unfortunate USD-CAD exchange. Though I'm inclined to wait a bit, perhaps for the holiday sale at FTDNA.

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    I1 Z63*
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    A17597 8599142
    A613 8599304
    A6246 8599232
    A6734 8599252
    A8086 8599215
    BY4809 8599202
    BY5379 8599347
    BY9539 8599301
    BY9720 8599277
    BZ3401 8599098
    BZ4172 8599284
    F17083 8599179
    FGC11479 8599202
    FGC18077 8599329
    FGC18216 8599276
    FGC19599 8599304
    FGC20409 8599241
    FGC23565 8599296
    FGC23912 8599125
    FGC34066 8599238
    FGC34431 8599098
    FGC40882 8599358
    FGC51674 8599301
    FGC9613 8599333
    L1113 8599372
    L183 8599095
    L298 8599249
    L867 8599231
    P326 8599249
    V2051 8599348
    Y1379 8599242
    Y13953 8599186
    Y19296 8599358
    Y21364 8599126
    Y9405 8599241
    Y9657 8599348
    YFS291534 8599232
    Z16348 8599339
    Z16509 8599090
    Z36573 8599155
    Z38437 8599194
    Z8859 8599348
    ZS5802 8599125

    That's 32 new alleles tested for only Y13953 (some listed by 2 or 3 names but same location). YSEQ's determinations of a single SNP are calculated using many single locations.

    I've tested negative for all known branches of Z63, they are now processing S2078 and Y15774 which are both downstream of L849.2 (negative). If they use many SNPs to verify a location in the tree then perhaps L849.2 is a slippery location that might mutate back to the ancestral value.

    I already know I'm negative for the single S2078 mutation which was in my Ancestry file.

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