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i am thinking about giving you my raw file......but i am slightly worried that you will clone me:P
what kind of results and mysteries will your experiment reveal about me??
I'm not taking anyone's raw files, because I can't be bothered extracting the SNPs. But project members will be put on a mailing list, and not only updated on their results, as new reference samples come in, but also informed if and when other SNPs are required to expand the analysis. Which reminds me, those of you who PMed me here, plz also send me an e-mail address that I can use for my mailing list.
I believe the inter-continental admix analysis I've set up is the best one around. It will, for instance, distinguish between Western East Asian, East Asian, Amerindian, and Central Asian admix. I've spent the day cross checking the results I'm getting at the very highest settings with peer-reviewed work, and I can tell you that my test picks up European admix in the Turkic populations of Western China, while only one study I've seen, one of the most detailed to date, has managed that.
I don't want to brag too much, but seriously, I've stumbled onto something good here, and it'll only get better. My intra-West Eurasian and intra-North European tests will be absolutely awesome once I have the right people taking part.
some very interesting prelim stuff through the polako's autosomal project..
seems like when he added me to do a quick analysis I had essentially created a whole new cluster which he is calling essentially the north east african cluster.. denoted by "Light blue" I was thinking perhaps it is remnants of the ancestral "caucasoid" genes within horners and Im guessing now middle easterners since it is shared with them as well.. Im doubting its admix since its carried at around 15-45% for most of the groups
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here is the key:
Key: 1 = Orcadians from the Orkney Isles; 2 = North Russians from Vologda oblast; 3 = French; 4 = Basques from France; 5 = Italians from Bergamo and Tuscany; 6 = Sardinians; 7 = Adygei from the Caucasus; 8 = Druze from Israel; 9 = Palestinians; 10 = Bedouin from Israel; 11 = Mozabite Berbers from Algeria; 12 = Balochi from Pakistan; 13 = Burusho from Pakistan; 14 = Kalash from Pakistan; 15 = Brahui from Pakistan; 16 = Makrani from Pakistan; 17 = Pathan from Pakistan; 18 = Sindhi from Pakistan; 19 = Uyghurs from China; 20 = Maya from Mexico; 21 = Pima from Mexico; 22 = Piapoco and Curripaco from Colombia; 23 = Karitiana from Brazil; 24 = Surui from Brazil; 25 = Yakut from Siberia; 26 = Xibo from China; 27 = Hezhen from China; 28 = Dai from China; 29 = Daur from China; 30 = Lahu from China; 31 = Miaozu from China; 32 = Mongola from China; 33 = Naxi from China; 34 = Oroqen from China; 35 = She from China; 36 = Yizu from China; 37 = Tujia from China; 38 = Tu from China; 39 = Han from China; 40 = Japanese; 41 = Cambodians; 42 = Melanesians; 43 = Papuans; 44 = Yoruba; 45 = Bantu from Kenya; 46 = Bantu from South Africa; 47 = Mandenka from Senegal; 48 = Biaka Pygmy; 49 = Mbuti Pygmy; 50 = San from Namibia