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van de website over de Geschiedenis van de familie Marres

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Contract op papyrus
Egypte 3de eeuw.
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Stilleven met boeken, Jan Lievens, circa 1630 - Rijksmuseum Amsterdam

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1. Van deze drie families is het Y chromosoom volledig onderzocht (gesequenst). Zij allen hebben 112 SNP's gemeenschappelijk. De families Marres en Nolet hebben ieder 10 eigen SNPs. De familie Slootmaekers heeft 11 SNP's.
De tijden zijn berekend op de gecombineerde Big Y en FullGenomes resultaten door YSEQ Interpretations en Ray Banks voor ISOGG. (Terug)
2. FGC6629 was found in Boed, FGC34750 was found in Mr. Nolet and FGC42426 was found in Martin.
I have listed just a few of your unique mutations so we can keep track of them. I could not find any mutations that were shared by just two of the three men with sequencing. Because of some differences in the sequencing tests and my elimination of some mutations in duplicated regions of the Y that were reported, I am having a hard time determining a time relationship. But it seems all three of you share a common ancestor who lived perhaps 1500 to 2500 yrs ago. And so far the evidence is that the earlier ancestors lived in a small family-type group for a very long time.
It seems there was an attempt to validate a subgroup specific to Boed and Martin. But since there are no shared mutations, this could not succeed. So I have suspended this. I used the raw data file (BAM file) for each of you to determine you had clear negatives for the other man's unique mutations
. (E-mail Ray Banks, 20 januari 2016) (Terug)

3. Full Genomes, 19 Januari, 2013, E-mail: Our expert Gregory's Magoon opinion: I ran some analysis using a CNV (copy number variantion) tool called FREEC. Basically, we can look at the number of reads in small windows and compare with a control sample (i.e. compute the ratio of binned reads). Using some of the intermediate output from that tool. I constructed the following graph, looking at the region in the neighborhood of DYS19 (b37 Y:9,521,934..9,522,128 according

RI426A - DYS19=15-15

(to Ybrowse) We see that RI426A seems to have roughly double the typical coverage in the region around DYS19. In particular, it seems like there is a duplication of the region from roughly 9517470 to 9525057 (b37) (roughly 7.5 kbp). So this suggests that there is a good chance that RI426A is indeed DYS19=15-15 due to this apparent duplication mutation.
FTDNA kon dit niet bevestigen. (terug)

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