HIDE SNP NAMES

The Big Tree: R-A228

R-P312/S116 > Z290 > L21/S145 > DF13 > Z39589 > Z251/S470 > FGC13899 > A228

A228
A232
A240
A242
A244
A245
A246
A247
A248
A249
A250
A251
A252
A253
A255
A256
A257
Z17666
22715638-GA-G
A258
A238
A958
FGC18232?
FGC18233?
A241
A243
A254
CTS9686
24958848-T-C
A237
8055923-TTA-T
FGC13916
M6346
A239
A233
A229
A230
A234
A10118
14749988-T-TA
21742351-A-T
22472722-T-G
22487624-T-C
A17283
A551
BY3980
A545
A546
A547
A548
A458
A552
A553
A554
17237702-T-C
A959
A969
A968
A967
BY118
A960
A961
A964
A965
A972
A973
8260794-T-C
7330134-G-A
18204202-C-T
19260648-T-C
21765355-G-T
Pierce
N10900
Johnson
305279
Roberts
N44578
McMillin
444238
Haas
B78109
Simmons
444782
Simmons
526173
Simmons
153336
Baker
141431
Richards
79421
Davis
117909
Truitt
253275
Dyess
98554
Davis
264132
Davies
69252
Neale
H2113
Davies
266546
Rodgers
955
Thomas
561751
Davies
289184
Smalley
132484
Green
N82424

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.

A242
FGC18232?
A red SNP name with a '?' indicates that the SNP's status for the block is uncertain, but assumed to be negative. The same SNP probably occurs in a parallel block. It will be necessary to check BAM files or perhaps Sanger sequence some men to prove the result.

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.