HIDE SNP NAMES

The Big Tree: R-BY3548

R-P312/S116 > Z40481 > ZZ11 > U152/S28 > BY3548

BY3548
Z56 PF6601
PF6571 Z42 S209
S366 Z43
S484 Z48
S47
BY3955
S259 Z46 AMM527
Z45
Z40482
Z44 S260
CTS212
BY42677
BY3949
BY3950
BY43054
BY3954
CTS2827
CTS4347
CTS6452
CTS6854
CTS8684
CTS8949 M10782
CTS9193
CTS9620
CTS9989
BY43589
BY3960
BY3962
BY3964
CTS12126
22473128-CT-C
23478899-G-A
CTS1145
CTS3566
CTS7325
BY38870
BY3952
CTS12976
BY41134
FGC11881
BY41136
S4634
FGC62161
BY41135
6254510-C-A
20710797-G-A
FGC62160
BY187258
FGC62167
FGC62163
Z144
PF6578 Z145 S371
PF6581 S482 Z71
BY1823 PH5080 Y7767
CTS10851 PF6583
PF6584 S483 Z146
15772950-GATTTCCTT-G
BY28794
22286327-G-C
PF6582
PF6577
FGC36902 BY3953
FGC36897
FGC36903
FGC36895
6145941-CAT-C
FGC36898
FGC36899
FGC36900
FGC36901
A8251
A8252
A8253
FGC36905
FGC36908
FGC36909
FGC36910
FGC36911
FGC36913 BY3957
FGC36914
FGC36915
FGC36916
FGC36917
22274296-A-T
FGC36919
22859249-AT-A
BY3965 FGC39898
A8250
BY114821
FGC36904
FGC36918
A8380
22261816-C-T
FGC41936
FGC41940
BY41133
Y128345
Y128434
Y130350
BY89747
Y129982
BY38543
BY38544
BY38545
Y129309
Z29485 BY3951
Z29486
Z29487
Z72 S258
PH1352 Z30011
CTS6389
PH2982
PH4078
Z30017
Z30015
BY3967
BY3961
27266452-G-A
BY3966
9900207-T-G
Y37005
BY57421
19904794-T-C
BY3544
24770452-G-A
22237068-C-A
3491075-A-C
S1523
FGC24646 V3495
Y16642 BY1709
S1529
BY770
FGC37195 BY1191
BY2284
FGC37214 BY1738
BY1235
FGC37210 BY1521
FGC37201
FGC37197
BY917
BY38471
8113378-AG-A
Y86521
Y88327
Y96108
Y101215
Y103219
Y104497
Y111213
BY38472
BY807
8898997-TAGAC-T
S1525
S1527
S1530
BY1531
BY1765
BY39365
Y130082
S1520
8059809-AC-A
Y130311
Y86563
Y86941
Y88514
Y88615
Y128530
Y65488
BY39367
Y129043
S1524
Y129272
S1526
S1532
S1535
Y130090
Y129625
Y104399
BY39368
Y106622
L4 S178
BY41142
BY39370
Y112033
23819820-ACACACACAACAAACAGC-A
BY39366
22470428-C-A
28536170-T-C
BY41141
Y130372
BY39369
Y60904
Y63462
Y63642
BY38820
Y73777
BY38829
BY3538
Y29977
BY41517
Y30227
Y88886
BY3545
BY3959
Y29979
BY2806
Y30228
Y131941
8094594-GTA-G
BY84536
1k Genomes
NA12342
Newton
53139
Breedlove
386470
Livesey
B80686
1k Genomes
NA19652
1k Genomes
NA20810
Hardouin
317594
Hansson
N14983
Cristiani
720116
Kokarev
512658
Unknown
245795 245795
Domenichini
E24030
Malan
N84624 N84624
Woods
N10890 N10890
Eaton
118574
Randall
245692 245692
FitzRandolph
440118 440118
FitzRandolph
396279 396279
Randel
MK32490
Davenport
78802
Howard
501961
Ang
B2431 YF03903
Camp
322958
1k Genomes
NA20509
Bonelli di Salci
381885
Nehs
469791 469791
Martin
35655
1k Genomes
NA20581
Alberini
431033
Bernardini
384564
Raskin
21470
Putter
394831
Adams
365054
Karg
Karg
Wickens
580876
1k Genomes
HG02219
Wichner
690466
unknown
735943
Brooks
373041
Zydor
392535
Jarrett
650873
Holley
199946
Wallace
MI13115
Williams
B83524
1k Genomes
HG02231
Baudier
236956 236956
Volkers
602823
Rouvier
383660
Branchi
B50546
Venn
520203

Overlay STR Data for an STR:


Porter
N28007
Oakes
H2290
Williamson
196041
A red background is used for men whose data has not yet been fully analyzed. His position on the tree is not yet final, and will in general be downstream of the current position. He may not be positive for all the SNPs/INDELs in the block he descends from.

Men whose NGS data have been fully analyzed are indicated with a grey background color.

Those men with a grey background and a pink bar to their left have been finalized, but haven't gone through as much scrutinity as earlier kits have. In particular, no search has been made for recurrent SNPs or other unusual mutations. For the vast majority of kits, this has no effect at all, but I will review them as necessary in the future.

CTS4296
22233413-G-A
Mutations written with a red background fall within a region of the Y chromosome, such as the palindromic region, which has left the position of the mutation ambiguous. The true mutation may be at the indicated position, or at any one of a number of alternate positions.

Z18068
SNP names which are bold grey indicates that their exact position on the tree is uncertain. This SNP may belong further upstream or all downstream branches may not be positive for it. This is often the case for SNPs found in FGC kits or 1kG kits in regions not covered by BigY tests.