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beyoku
2011-02-14, 01:56
Your results may have changed - Take note.


February 10, 2011: We are updating our Maternal Line feature for customers genotyped on platforms prior to the new V3 platform. Your maternal haplogroup may change during this update; all haplogroups should be up to date as of February 17, 2011.
January 20th, 2011: Customers genotyped on the new V3 platform may notice minor changes to their Maternal Line results. For more on what to expect, read here.


February 10, 2011: We are updating our Paternal Line feature for customers genotyped on platforms prior to the new V3 platform. Your paternal haplogroup may change during this update; all haplogroups should be up to date as of February 17, 2011.
January 20th, 2011: Customers genotyped on the new V3 platform may notice minor changes to their Paternal Line results. For more on what to expect, read here.
Now sharing with an E1b1* Afram.

Pallantides
2011-02-14, 02:12
Now I'm N1a again... no more N1a'e'I oblivion , I have waited long for this, though I think I'm really N1a1.

annihilus
2011-02-14, 02:17
Now I'm N1a again... no more N1a'e'I oblivion , I have waited long for this, though I think I'm really N1a1.

Did you use this tool http://vps1.jameslick.com/dna/mthap/ ?

cadwallon
2011-02-14, 02:22
I'm curious why 23andMe's Y-DNA and mtDNA is so variable?

Seems to be FTDNA would be the best bet for those, Deep Clade and FMS, they seem concrete.

I don't expect my 23andMe haplogroups to change, to date they currently match my Deep Clade and FMS testing, so if they do change drastically at 23andMe I'd be surprised.

beyoku
2011-02-14, 02:47
I am still waiting to see if one horner is really E1b1b1a* M78* or V68* or whatever they call it these days.

EliasAlucard
2011-02-14, 03:00
I'm mtDNA H5a once again :) My Y-DNA is still listed as J1e though (shouldn't 23andMe update with ISOGG?).

cadwallon
2011-02-14, 03:05
I'm kind of hoping I get some sort of change to my Y-DNA I'm tired of being R-S116*, I want to see some further refinement, a deeper subclade, something more specific and useful to tracing my lineages history, R-S116* is literally useless in such a search because it's such a vague haplogroup and it seems that there is little to no effort to refine it or research it.

Pallantides
2011-02-14, 03:19
Did you use this tool http://vps1.jameslick.com/dna/mthap/ ?

Thanks, seems N1a1a2 is my best match, it was the only one wich didn't include any mismatches.

Red Rover
2011-02-14, 04:03
Bah they don't know what they are doing I was V9a now I am V. According to mthap's latest I am still V9a. They are just being as conservative as possible to cover their asses.

sgc2009
2011-02-14, 14:52
I was hoping that my paternal grandmother's mtDNA would change, but she is still listed as T2. Apart from having the T2 defining markers she also has the T2c1 defining mutation i3000555 (6261) and the tool by James Lick suggests she is T2c1b.

beyoku
2011-02-14, 15:15
I was hoping that my paternal grandmother's mtDNA would change, but she is still listed as T2. Apart from having the T2 defining markers she also has the T2c1 defining mutation i3000555 (6261) and the tool by James Lick suggests she is T2c1b.

They just bumped me into L0a1a2 from L0a1a. That tool had also predicted L0a1a2 last year.

Azvarohi
2011-02-14, 16:52
Same as before on both sides.

Lemba
2011-02-14, 16:54
I went form L3b1b to L3b1a

evon
2011-02-14, 17:47
i see my uncle is now: R-L2* (R1b1b2a1a2d3*)..no other changes so far..i also did James licks program and it gave me U5b1b1 same as i have allready but it gave my aunt another a, thus becoming H13a1a.

schmidtbalint
2013-01-23, 12:21
Hi

Do you know any such ydna haplogroup predictors like the dna.jameslick one but for ydna subclades and wich uses 23andme ydna raw data?