Thursday, 10 October 2013

Help explore the earliest human Y-DNA haplogroup

Many of you will already know about the major breakthrough by citizen scientist Bonnie Schrack and the Perry project that resulted in the finding of A00, the earliest human Y-DNA haplogroup.
If you are interested in helping explore early branches of the human tree, do consider helping fund the next step.

The goal is $8000. To help fund this, visit Bonnie Schrack & Matthew Fomine Forka at Microryza.

Thomas Krahn has been working with Bonnie on a system to help focus the sample collection by initial screening for the Y-SNPs of interest and rightly states that every little bit of funding helps with a project that will benefit all of us in our understanding of our genetic heritage.

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