Monday, February 20, 2012

Sinclair DNA Blog Up & Running

It's rather difficult to put up new pages on the Sinclair DNA website, so I'm going to use this blog to work out ideas as they develop. I'll link to this from the main website.

Look for a lot of new updates as things develop. The most urgent issue now is to add clarity to our U106 Lineages.

Our DNA study has interesting developments thanks to SNP testing. The U106 Lineages have been very lucky over the past year thanks to the Z-series of SNPs. None have been more lucky than our Argyle lineage which is now proven to be positive for a SNP called Z2. We've now tested 4 people who show this SNP and it's now the definitive Argyle DNA signature.

Stay tuned as the Sinclair DNA study continues to explore our various Lineages

We currently manage 12 distinct Sinclair Lineages in our DNA study. None share a common ancestor for at least 2,300 years. This is quite normal for a surname that takes its origins based on land. France has had as many as 29 places with this name.

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