[Ger-Poland-Volhynia] 23andMe DNA testing
otto at schienke.com
Tue Nov 8 12:23:29 PST 2011
On Nov 8, 2011, at 1:15 PM, gswilson19 at aol.com wrote:
> There was a discussion a few weeks back about 23andMe having a special. Several people said they had their DNA testing done through them and had the results on the website. I have my results back and would like to see if I could compare with any others on the group. I am female and I guess we can only compare the MtDNA? Not sure how all this works.
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You had a one million SNP marker test including ALL 23 of your chromosomes.
It INCLUDES your mitochondrial DNA to establish your maternal haplogroup lineage.
A female does NOT possess a Y chromosome to establish the male side lineage of her father.
The Y-haplogroup is all that is missing, similar to every test out there.
Test a father or one of his brothers or any of the sons to establish the Y-haplogroup.
YOU DO have all the remainder of the code information screened out in the test.
Contact me privately and I will walk you through use of the 23andMe site via E-letter so you can maximize the benefits of testing.
I will compare with you on a BASIC LEVEL (genealogy) for a beginning. What is your PROFILE NAME?
. . . Otto
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