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DNA
Posted by: Gerald Tunches (ID *****0922) Date: October 09, 2008 at 20:00:12
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I was wondering if anyone has done their DNA?

I took the DNA Test through Ancestry.com
It shows the Tunches men Y- chromosome .

Paternal Lineage and the Y-Chromosome
A male providing his Y-chromosome sample also represents the DNA of his father, paternal grandfather, and so on up the paternal line. Y-chromosome results are generally identical throughout the paternal line. But because mutations do occur, it is possible for a son's results to be slightly different from his father's or his brother's.


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