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Encyclopedia > List of DYS markers

The following DYS markers are commonly tested in genealogical DNA testing. DYS is short for DNA Y-chromosome Segment, and is used to designate a segment of DNA on the Y chromosome where a sequence of nucleotides repeats. ... A genealogical DNA test involves examining the nucleotides at specific locations on a persons DNA. The test results have no medical value and cannot determine genetic diseases or disorders; they are only used for genetic genealogy. ...


DYS454 is the least varying Y-STR marker, and multi-copy marker DYS464 is the most varying Y-STR marker. A Y-STR is a short tandem repeat (STR) on the Y chromosome. ...

DYS# notes alleles links
DYS19 see DYS394
DYS385 DYS385 is a multi-copy marker, and includes DYS385a and DYS385b. 7 - 28 NIST fact sheet
DYS388 10-16
DYS389 DYS389 is a multi-copy marker, and includes DYS389i and DYS389ii. DYS389ii refers to the total length of DYS389. Therefore, when there is a one step mutation at DYS389i, it will also appear in DYS389ii. i:9-17

ii:24-34 An allele is any one of a number of viable DNA codings of the same gene (sometimes the term refers to a non-gene sequence) occupying a given locus (position) on a chromosome. ...

NIST fact sheet
DYS390 17-28 NIST fact sheet
DYS391 6-14 NIST fact sheet
DYS392 6-17 NIST fact sheet
DYS393 DYS393 is also known as DYS395. 9-17 NIST fact sheet
DYS394 DYS394 is also known as DYS19. 10-19 NIST fact sheet
DYS425 10-14
DYS426 10-12 NIST fact sheet
DYS437 13-17 NIST fact sheet
DYS438 6-14 NIST fact sheet
DYS439 DYS439 is also known as Y-GATA-A4. 9-14 NIST fact sheet
DYS441 12-18
DYS442 10-14
DYS444 11-15
DYS445 10-13
DYS446 10-18
DYS447 22-29 NIST fact sheet
DYS448 20-26 NIST fact sheet
DYS449 26-36
DYS452 27-33
DYS454
DYS454 is the least varying Y-STR marker commonly used in genealogical DNA testing. Of the entries for DYS454 at Ybase, 96% have 11 repeats, 3% have 10 repeats, and 2% have 12 repeats (source). 10-12
DYS455 8-12
DYS456 13-18
DYS458 13-20
DYS459 This is a multi-copy marker, and includes DYS459a and DYS459b. 7-10
DYS460 DYS460 was originally known as Y-GATA-A7.1. 7-12 NIST fact sheet
DYS461 DYS461 was originally known as Y-GATA-A7.2. 8-14 NIST fact sheet
DYS462 8-14
DYS463 18-27
DYS464
DYS464 is a multi-copy marker, and includes DYS464a, DYS464b, DYS464c, and DYS464d. Rarely it can also include DYS464e, DYS464f, and DYS464g. DYS464 is the most varying Y-STR marker (source). 9-20 Forensic value of the multicopy Y-STR marker DYS464
DYS570 12-23
DYS576 13-21
DYS607

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Y-Chromosome Markers for Many Families (1602 words)
Thus, I believe that this marker is not part of the junk DNA; it must be related to some important feature of humans that selects against it passing mutations down through generations.
Markers 464a-d are copies found at different locations on the Y chromosome.
Markers DYS385a, 385b, 458, 447, 449, 464a and 464b have variability (=maximum-minumum values) greater than 5 and markers 426, 459a and 454 have variability less than or equal to 2.
Y-chromosomal Aaron - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (1135 words)
The special positioning of fingers and hands during the Priestly Blessing is often placed as a crest or symbol on the gravestones of people to signify they are Kohanim.
One marker, however, present in more than 50% of Eastern European (Ashkenazi) Jewish Levites points to a common male ancestor within the last 2000 years for many Levites of the Ashkenazi community.
People who do not believe in the validity of the Cohen Modal Haplotype say that such efforts to detect a genetic signature's survival in the Y chromosome unchanged over 3,500 years (approximately the amount of time since the time of the patriarchs) seem misplaced.
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