Science 01 Jun 2018
From the Science Article: Straumur [STT]: In 1952, a pre-Christian burial site was excavated, which included the remains of four individuals (one child, one male, one female, and another adult whose sex could not be determined by morphological analysis). Grave goods included a horse bone, a small axe, thirty boat rivets, a lead weight, two pebbles and a knife. We selected STT-A2 for sequencing.
The mutations unique to this man are summarized in the table below. Those with a '+' or '*' confidence level are considered by FamilyTreeDNA or FullGenomesCorp to be high quality SNPs/INDELs. For completeness, all other mutations of lesser confidence are included as well. These additional mutations may be useful for distinguishing between very closely related men.
Occasionally, some of the mutations listed here will be thought to be shared with other men in which case they might appear in upstream blocks on the tree. When this happens, the 'Blocks' field will indicate what block they appear in. Such a situation might arise with BigY men if the BED data suggests another man may be positive for a SNP, even though it doesn't appear in his VCF data. It might also happen if Chromo2 testing or Sanger sequencing of other men not on the tree show the SNP to be shared.
|POS-REF-ALT (hg19)||POS-REF-ALT (hg38)||Blocks||Names||Region||McDonald BED||combBED||STR||Manual |
|Kit||POSITION-REF-ALT (hg19)||POSITION-REF-ALT (hg38)||Note|
|Manual||8973761-CTTGT-C||9136152-CTTGT-C||2 reads cover the deletion, both are positive.|
|Manual||4439911-TGCAGCTTCACTCCTGAGG-T||4571870-TGCAGCTTCACTCCTGAGG-T||2 reads cover the deletion, both are positive.|
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