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November 25, 2007

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Peter T. Christy

Howard:

From my vantage point as the G Project Administrator I see the
converse of this frequently. A member joins as a predicted (red) G or
maybe just an ambiguous (hyphen). They either order a DeepSNP-G test
or FTDNA does a SNP test per their Quality Assurance Program

http://www.familytreedna.com/SNP_assurance.html


Suddenly, I have an E or an I or some other haplogroup in our project!
My process is to remove them, but first to enroll them in the correct
project for their haplogroup. The E and I Project Administrators and
I have become good friends ... I do recruiting for them! ;-)
Regards,

Peter T. Christy, Administrator
Haplogroup G Project
http://www.familytreedna.com/public/G-YDNA

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