Gpersons with questionable lab results

News for persons with questionable lab results
For most of you, the reason you are listed here involves a problem Family Tree DNA had about 4 years ago.  Your kit numbers are all relatively low, indicating this is not an ongoing problem once they moved the testing to their Houston, Texas headquarters.  For the bulk of you the problem was that they found you negative for P15, now called G2a.  But your marker values clearly suggest just the opposite.

I did spend some time trying to have the lab re-test you.  I thought at one point that they would do this, but after waiting a year for results I concluded that they were not going to do this after all.  However, this is irrelevant in almost all cases.  In the intervening years additional categories have been added which were not included in your original payment.  So we need to learn your status for these new subgroups.  In fact, we jumped to testing the new subgroups for several other persons initially listed in your subgroup.  These men are now listed in their correct G subgroups.

As mentioned in the general news section, if you are willing to better define your grouping, I will be glad to give individual recommendations and help. rayhbanks@cox.net.

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