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« on: July 18, 2007, 03:08:10 PM »

Is there any statistical difference in having a difference of 2 places with someone if both are in the first panel (12 marker test) versus having both differences occur in the second panel (13 thru 25), etc.  In other words, are changes in higher panels less significant than changes in the first panel of 12 or panel of 1 - 25?  Or is a change in 390 just the same as a change in 607, or 459b, etc.  Do number of changes rule over location of changes.

Do 2 or 3 changes always equal another 2 or 3 changes that occur elsewhere?


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MTDNA = T1a1c
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