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Re: DNA to separate family lines
Posted by: Eric Craton (ID *****7796) Date: January 31, 2010 at 16:03:02
In Reply to: DNA to separate family lines by howard sachs of 773

There is currently a Crayton DNA Project underway at Family Tree DNA. Even though the number of participants is still small, we've been able to learn a tremendous amount from the few samples we have.

I'm looking for people who would be willing to be part of a pool to help fund adding more participants to the project. The discount rate for a 67-marker Y-DNA test through the Crayton/Creighton DNA project is $238. If we can find 12 people who would be willing to pitch-in $20 each, we can sponsor adding another participant to the study. We could do this once a year, or ever how often the pool decides it wants to sponsor another one. Results would be shared with everyone who participates in the pool.

Feel free to email me at if you have any questions or if you're interested.

-Eric Craton

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