Colorado: Hispano DNA study results released
Tracing the Tribe is a blog about Jewish genealogy - All the developments, tools and resources you'll need to peer more closely into your family tree. Created in 2006 at JTA's request, it is now independent. Tracing the Tribe readers may remember several posts concerning a cluster of "Ashkenazi" breast cancer among Hispanic women in Colorado's San Luis Valley a few years ago. Later genealogical research showed the women were descendants of conversos (Jews forced to convert to Christianity during the Inquisition) who had settled in the area centuries ago. A paper in the San Luis area just [more...]
Date: 2010-08-25 14:00:00
VIDEO: Jewish DNA – The Kohanim Gene and the Lost Tribes of Israel
Video excerpt from a lecture by Jon Entine (author of Abraham's Children: Race, Identity, and the DNA of the Chosen People) discussing the Kohanim (Cohanim) Gene, also known as the Y chromosomal Aaron hypothesis and how it can help us establish the truth or fiction behind the ten lost tribes of Israel, discussing such groups as Ethiopian Jews and the Lemba tribe of southern Africa. In 2007, Entine published Abraham's Children, which examined the shared ancestry of Jews, Christians and Muslims, and addressed the question "Who is a Jew?" as seen through the prism of DNA. In the lecture, he also [more...]
Date: 2010-09-26 20:03:22
Tracing the Tribe: The Jewish Genealogy Blog: New DNA Project ...
Since many Puerto Ricans do not know that they may have Jewish lineage, she opened the project to include anyone who knows or suspects they have Mallorcan ancestry. "I can use the non-Puerto Rican DNA results as a sort of comparison. Maybe…," she adds. Seham hopes to turn this research into a Master’s thesis, but the topic is raising much skepticism among Jews and Puerto Ricans. Therefore, she has to prove that Mallorcan Jews existed in Puerto Rico, and then find their descendants. Initially, she wanted to trace the early Jewish presence in Puerto Rico, but quickly realized the enormity [more...]
Date: 2010-07-26 23:55:00
Womanist Musings: Lost Ancestry: I am a descendant of slaves
Ancestry.ca was built to trace White families I will admit that because my family is Caribbean of descent, our records would certainly be harder to trace, but even if we had been in Canada for generations, tracing them would still be difficult. This site was built to trace White ancestry confirming once again that white bodies matter. I cannot even recall seeing a single person of colour in any of the advertisement for this business. I think I am especially irked every time they point out that someone found a military relative. It smacks of suggesting that people of colour have [more...]
Date: 2010-10-05 13:00:00
Cherokee Nation challenges newly minted tribes | Indian Country ...
Cherokee Nation challenges newly minted tribes Lawsuit claims Tennessee’s recognition of six groups was illegal NASHVILLE, Tenn. – A representative of the Oklahoma-based Cherokee Nation has filed a lawsuit in Tennessee charging the state’s Commission of Indian Affairs violated open-meeting “sunshine” laws when it unexpectedly gave state recognition to six local groups. The commission appears to have altered its rules in order to do so. It took action June 19, about a month after the state legislature had curtailed its authority and 11 days before the date on which the legislature [more...]
Date: 2010-08-13 16:59:54
Tracing the Tribe: The Jewish Genealogy Blog: DNA: Bennett ...
Discover Jewish history through the lens of DNA testing, with expert Bennett Greenspan, at the Dallas (Texas) Jewish Historical Society, at 7pm, Wednesday, May 26. The program is part of the Society's Harold A. Pollman Lecture Series, at its annual meeting and elections at the Aaron Family JCC, 7900 Northaven Road, Dallas. A familiar favorite at Jewish and general genealogy conferences, his talks always fill to capacity. His presentation will demonstrate the overlap between Jewish DNA found in Ashkenazi/Mizrachi and Sephardic populations and will [more...]
Date: 2010-05-25 05:45:00
Family Tree DNA: What's happening in Houston?
Tracing the the Tribe just received the latest update from Family Tree DNA on what's been happening in Houston following Hurricane Ike and some issues impacting the company. In general, things are improving. According to president Bennett Greenspan and vice president of operations and marketing Max Blankfeld: a) The 5th Annual Conference on Genetic Genealogy will be postponed until February or March 2009, as the Sheraton Hotel has just informed us that they will not be in an appropriate condition to host our conference. The positive aspect of this postponement is that we will try our best to [more...]
Date: 2008-09-21 04:36:00
Tennesee "Fooled by Fraudulent Tribes"? - PowWows.com - Your ...
According to a press release on their website (“Local Cherokee Prove Jew Connection”), group members recently discovered through DNA testing that “Cherokee DNA is totally different from the Asian Native American tribes … Cherokees test European.” They are Ashkenazi Jews, a claim supported by a document from 3,700 B.C. that they keep in a vault in Lawrence County. They feel that to be without tribal recognition is anti-Semitic, “torture, worse than death,” and part of the “Great American Holocaust.” (They lament: “Leave it up to America to outdo Hitler in getting rid of [more...]
Date: 2010-07-26 18:27:40
DNA: African tribal migration patterns - MyHeritage.com ...
DNA: African tribal migration patterns FamilyTreeDNA.com is now cooperating with the Center for African American Genealogy Research (CAAGRI) and the Public Records and Archives Administration of Ghana (PRAAD) by testing several hundred members of the Nzema, Ga, Fante, Ewe and Asante tribes. The results of the DNA tests will be part of a genealogy workshop to be held Friday, October 30 in Accra, Ghana. Led by CAAGRI director Paula Royster, the workshop is aimed at highlighting the importance of recording oral traditions by showing people how to record it. The program will include the use of [more...]
Date: 2009-10-29 10:44:00
Nancy (nee: Millette) Doucet and her alleged DNA results:
Recently, I was informed via email that Nancy Doucet has stated on the White Pines Association (yet another Incorporation) that she's President of, that quote, "Friday, 23 October 2009 10:12 Nancy The White Pine Association is pleased to announce the National Geographic DNA Study is now being posted for those who had their test done on location in Koas area last March. The results are showing a strong identity for those of this area. My DNA and other tribal members clearly shows Native American blood lines. We are pleased this study has helped those people who have had oral family history [more...]
Date: 2009-10-26 23:11:00
» Blog Archive » Dna Tribes Results — Revisited
Last week I reported my DNA Tribes results. I was very surprised by my results, and actually wrote to the DNA Tribes administrators to ask them if these were really my test results. I received a prompt answer, along with some links to [more...]
Date: 2009-12-15 12:05:51
Australian Aborigines Were Once Indians - Study
Dr Raghavendra Rao worked with a team of researchers from the Anthropological Survey of India to sequence 966 complete mitochondrial DNA genomes from Indian 'relic populations'. He said, "Mitochondrial DNA is inherited only from the mother and so allows us to accurately trace ancestry. We found certain mutations in the DNA sequences of the Indian tribes we sampled that are specific to Australian Aborigines. This shared ancestry suggests that the Aborigine population migrated to Australia via the so-called 'Southern Route'." The 'Southern Route' dispersal of modern humans suggests movement of [more...]
Date: 2010-10-08 03:08:00
Onur the NEC Flim Flam Man
The following is not directly related to Hippocrates/Lynn, but since their "take" on the Italian issue is similar to Onur trying to Turkify/Levantify S.Italians (and Greeks, etc.), there is some relevance. Regarding (essentially self-described) “causasoidist” “Onur”(*) and the “DNA Tribes” nonsense, a small number of forensic STRs cannot give accurate results for ancestry determination. If you look at credible population geneticists in the literature, you’ll see that they use hundreds of thousands of SNPs and/or a smaller number of SNPs demonstrated to be highly informative [more...]
Date: 2010-09-14 23:10:00
FamilyTreeDNA.com: New Family Finder test officially launched
Tracing the Tribe is a blog about Jewish genealogy - All the developments, tools and resources you'll need to peer more closely into your family tree. Created in 2006 at JTA's request, it is now independent. As of today, FamilyTreeDNA.com's new Family Finder test has been officially launched. The new test connects family members across all ancestral lines, not only paternal or maternal. It represents a major advancement over earlier genetic genealogy tests. Everyone, regardless of gender, can now look for connections including grandparents, aunts and uncles, half siblings, and first, [more...]
Date: 2010-05-03 17:15:00
Ancestry – Native American Genealogy & DNA Testing - Indian Blankets
For those who feel they have Native American heritage, or come from a long line of tribal families, DNA testing can help to determine their genetic background in relation to the Native American genes. Although this testing can help people learn more about their lineage, the modern tribes of today usually require that people have at least one grandparent or great-grandparent who was Native American. If people cannot prove this, regardless of DNA testing, many tribes will reject them nonetheless. Many people are just truly interested in their family’s heritage and background, and may also [more...]
Date: 2010-04-20 07:02:21
Tracing the Tribe: The Jewish Genealogy Blog: JGSLA 2010: DNA test ...
9.30-10.45am: "From DNA to genetic genealogy: Everything you wanted to know but were afraid to ask," with Steve Morse. 2.05-3.15pm: Having trouble understanding your test results? Make sure to attend Judy Simon's "Jewish Geography and DNA: A Player's Guide." 8-9.15am Breakfast with the Experts: "Jews, genes and genetics & Unlocking the medical secrets in your family tree," Adele Schneider and Gary Frolich. Session continues, 9.15-10.30am. 10.45-noon: "Beyond the Y chromosome, tracing your genealogy with the 'other' DNA," Bennett Greenspan. 10.45-noon: "Jewish genetic diseases: Ashkenazi and [more...]
Date: 2010-07-02 03:24:00
Signature Books » New Science Impacts Book of Mormon DNA Studies
For a primer on DNA and the Book of Mormon, see Southerton’s Losing a Lost Tribe: Native Americans, DNA, and the Mormon Church. For more on Neanderthals and Mormon theology, see Evolution and Mormonism: A Quest for Understanding. And for those who want to have the latest word on the scientific findings and how they impact the Book of Mormon, Southerton says, “Stay [more...]
Date: 2010-06-15 23:41:24
Physics News :: DNA art imitates life: Construction of a nanoscale ...
DNA art imitates life: Construction of a nanoscale Mobius strip The enigmatic M?s strip has long been an object of fascination, appearing in numerous works of art, most famously a woodcut by the Dutchman M.C. Escher, in which a tribe of ants traverses the form's single, never-ending surface.Scientists at the Biodesign Institute at Arizona State University's and Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, led by Hao Yan and Yan Liu, have now reproduced the shape on a remarkably tiny scale, joining up braid-like segments of DNA to create M?s structures measuring just 50 nanometers across?roughly [more...]
Date: 2010-10-04 12:45:53
Jewish DNA - Genetic Research and The Origins of the Jewish People
What was the real fate of the Lost Tribes? How did the advent of Christianity change the DNA of humanity, and why Jews — the tiniest fraction of the world’s population — score highest on intelligence tests and hold so many Nobel Prizes, why there are disproportionately so many more Jewish lawyers and doctors, and what the answers to such questions tell us about human nature and nurture. Entine vividly brings to life the profound human implications of the Age of Genetics, retelling the story of the Bible through the prism of DNA, while illuminating one of today’s most controversial [more...]
Date: 2010-10-01 00:02:06
Tracing the Tribe: The Jewish Genealogy Blog: FamilyTreeDNA ...
Family Tree DNA is the prime source for anyone researching recent and distant ties. Founded in April 2000, Family Tree DNA was the first company to develop the commercial application of DNA testing for genealogical purposes that had previously been available only for academic and scientific research. The company has more than 300,000 individual records in its Y-DNA and mtDNA databases - and a state-of-the-art Genomics Research Center in Houston, [more...]
Date: 2010-09-01 13:41:00
Tribal DNA Test How Different American Indian Tribes Have ...
Generations of American families in the United States sometimes believe that they have Native American blood in their genes. If traditional research methods fail to produce any information, a DNA test may be just the thing you should try.Here are some things you should know about DNA testing and how it may determine which American Indian tribe you belong to:1. A DNA test can determine two of an individual’s many lineages.One way to determine a lineage is the mtDNA or the mitochondrial DNA test, which traces the genetic lineage along the maternal line. The Y chromosome DNA test, on the other [more...]
Date: 2010-09-10 07:46:18
Bing: dna money neither a higher blood quantum nor dna can guarantee greater cultural attachment in addition, casino tribes issuing per capita payments want to distribute money to as few people. Dna paternity testing dna's first day had [more...]
Date: 2010-06-27 16:26:54
Why You Should Have A DNA Ethnicity Test
Another important reason to have a DNA ethnicity test is to ascertain your legal rights. As in the case of many Native Americans of mixed ethnic backgrounds, establishing the fact that they really are a member of the tribe might entitle them to some hefty monetary benefits along with additional legal rights that are afforded to Native American tribes because they act as their own government. But many individuals have a DNA ethnicity test merely because they wish to learn more regarding their ancestry. In this day and age having a mixed heritage is something to be proud of instead of [more...]
Date: 2010-03-07 18:04:25
The Tribe of Israelites and the Coushatta Native American Tribe of ...
The Tribe of Israelites and the Coushatta Native American Tribe of Lousiana: An Unlikely Friendship Jackpot! Perhaps the sweetest words one could ever speak in say â¦a CASINO! Luckily enough, one casino tucked away in the middle of Louisiana will forever have a strong connection to the State of Israel. But wait a minute, what in the world could a casino, Louisiana, and ISRAEL have in common?! The answer, while surprising, is nothing short of a perfect example of how two peoples can build a bridge of peace, understanding, and friendship between their two cultures when there are willing [more...]
Date: 2010-10-12 20:41:04
Is That True That People Can Trace Their Ancestor Lines Via ...
Genealogy research has been one upcoming and popular thing when one of the most sought talk show celebrities, Oprah Winfrey announced on her show that DNA testing has managed to track her origin ethnic to a Kpelles tribe located in [more...]
Date: 2010-10-05 18:21:38
AN ARCHAEOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVE OF THE MACEDONIAN QUESTION ...
Therefore, Greeks are in Asia Minor since 11th century B.C. Also, the DNA tests prove that 99.5% of Greeks were Caucasian tribes (white race). They have not been affected by Slavs or Turks, as some anti-Greek theories are asserted, even though that Greece was 400 years under Turkish occupation. Hellenes were and are a unique race without assimilations, due to their Hellenic culture and Orthodox faith, even today with the imposed globalization (“multi-culturalism”=global illiberality). Also, historical and archaeological evidence point to the existence of Greek-speaking inhabitants [more...]
Date: 2010-10-11 14:42:06
Newspaper Rock: "Actual Indian" defined
In Jocks Aren't Good Role Models, a correspondent questioned my use of the term “actual Indian.” She thought I was referring mainly to “full-blooded” Indians. No, I wasn’t—not even close. In this blog I’m usually inclusive about whom I label an Indian. The short version of who’s an “actual Indian” is “anyone whom Indians accept as an Indian.” More precisely, when Indians talk about who’s an Indian, here’s what I think they’re talking about—and therefore what I’m talking about. I’d say anyone who meets one or more of these criteria qualifies as an Indian. 1) [more...]
Date: 2008-11-07 07:05:00
Panel packs perspectives on race
The presentation began by showing a clip from the documentary “The Human Family Tree – A Migratory History of the Human Race,” which is about the Genographic project by National Geographic. The five-year project gathered DNA from people all over the world and managed to trace the geographical origin of human genes back thousands of years to Africa. It was only about 60,000 years ago that humans began to migrate to other continents, only 2,000 generations, or a blink of the biological eye. Hutchinson picked up the topic of the biology of race from there. He talked about how the study of [more...]
Date: 2010-10-07 15:00:13
Knight Science Journalism Tracker » Blog Archive » Science Mag ...
It is now 20 years since passage of procedures by which U.S. native tribes can demand return of human remains and archeological items taken from public lands and since placed in museums or other institutions. It has from the start meant not only that deep ethical wrongs may be corrected, but that research on the prehistory of North America can be hindered. Looted graveyards and displayed remains in glass cases can be deeply offensive both to the relatives of the people in the graves as well as to most right-minded people generally. But how does one identify which modern groups can make valid [more...]
Date: 2010-10-08 16:21:03
Can DNA Testing Tell Us Anything About Native American Identity?
These type of testing has caused misinterpretation among public. When someone had his DNA tested and found that his DNA contained common inborn American genetic markers, it is not necessary means that he is a native of a tribe. Based on the test results, a person is recognized as a native of a tribe in U.S. when he has high frequencies of genetic markers which is common in this particular populations. Developing genetic markers are needed in order to prevent “false positives” results as common genetic markers can be found in non-inborn American populations. In conclusion, this particular [more...]
Date: 2010-10-09 08:08:00
Debunking the 'Fake Jew' AKA The 'Khazarian Jew' Myth., page 1
Debunking the Accusation Using DNA Evidence The evidence is by far on the side of those seeking to refute the allegation that Ashkenazic are not 'real' Jews. Science and DNA evidence confirms common, semitic ancestry: Haplotypes constructed from Y-chromosome markers .... The phrase Ten Lost Tribes of Israel refers to the ancient Tribes of Israel that disappeared from the Biblical account after the Kingdom of Israel was destroyed, enslaved and exiled by ancient Assyria. [more...]
Date: 2009-01-02 19:33:03
ISPUB - What's There In Our Genes? A Case For A More Inclusive And ...
We need better reviews, use of both qualitative and quantitative data as well as much more rigorous testing of newer and older models. Only then may we make full use of this large amount of data that has already been collected over the years. What we have described here, for now, presents part of the picture seen from the Indian subcontinent as an example. However, this situation is probably true of other parts of the world as well, perhaps even those areas where it has been assumed that the data is likely to be homogenous. Thus, even biological anthropologists need to add new sensitivities [more...]
Date: 2010-10-07 04:39:48
What Should You Ask Before You Give Up DNA? (At a State Fair or ...
At the Minnesota State Fair, which runs through Labor Day, you can watch a butter sculptor carve the busts of a dairy association’s princess and her court, eat french-fried mushrooms with a chaser of Hawaiian shaved ice and see “Weird Al” Yankovic in concert. Oh, and you can stop by the University of Minnesota’s building and give samples of your and your children’s DNA for the university’s Gopher Kids Study. As the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports, researchers are collecting information, including the genetic kind, to see if the fair is an effective way to recruit and stay [more...]
Date: 2010-08-30 17:44:59
Ten Years of Education: The History Center | West Orlando News ...
Confession: I haven’t spent much time in downtown Orlando. That’s something I’ll have to fix. The city is beautiful, plants and trees everywhere, and the free Lynx LYMMO service looping around town makes it easy to get around. One of their stops is the Orange County Regional History Center. I was lucky enough to tour it last weekend in honor of the museum’s tenth anniversary. The History Center isn’t just a museum, it’s housed in a piece of living history. The building itself is five-story courthouse dating from 1927. You can see a little of the place’s background in the [more...]
Date: 2010-10-08 21:48:16
Tracing the Tribe: The Jewish Genealogy Blog: DC 2011 Conference ...
Tracing the Tribe is a blog about Jewish genealogy - All the developments, tools and resources you'll need to peer more closely into your family tree. Created in 2006 at JTA's request, it is now independent. More than 1,200 genealogists from the US and more than 30 countries are expected to attend the summer 2011 international conference on Jewish genealogy in Washington DC. This event will offer some 160 lectures, panels, workshops and breakfast sessions, a film festival, repository fair, vendor room, gala banquet, and much more. The 31st IAJGS International Conference on Jewish [more...]
Date: 2010-10-13 06:44:00
The New StriVectin-SD: More Science, Less Wrinkles & a Better ...
Interestingly, the product actually stimulates the repair of sun- and environmentally-created DNA damage, boosting the cell turnover rate and addressing hyperpigmentation. In English: StriVectin-SD repairs skin damage and rebuilds skin layers, creating a much better-looking complexion. Unlike skincare companies that rely on self-assessments, StriVectin measures their results clinically and by medical researchers. To date, they have amassed a good 2+ decades worth of scientific study, and 30 global patents. Formulated to work cumulatively when applied twice daily for a minimum 2-8 week [more...]
Date: 2010-10-07 16:15:08
Me, a Native American?
It means that he has a specific set of DNA markers. Those markers show that his maternal ancestors were part of that crazy group of people that left Africa approximately 50 000 years ago, and arrived in South America some 30 000 years later. It also means that my maternal ancestors on my fathers side were Native Americans. And this, I can't deny, I find very fascinating and quite cool. If you're wondering how I found out about my ancestry you might not have heard of National Geographic's Genographic Project. The best way to understand what it is, is to see this Youtube video. The short short [more...]
Date: 2010-07-26 18:56:00
Tracing the Tribe: The Jewish Genealogy Blog: Genes & Teens ...
Tracing the Tribe is a blog about Jewish genealogy - All the developments, tools and resources you'll need to peer more closely into your family tree. Created in 2006 at JTA's request, it is now independent. Everyone - even teenagers - are interested in DNA these days. The Wall Street Journal carried a great "teens and genes" story. Ann West, 17, of Cupertino, California can be called somewhat obsessive about analyzing her family's DNA. The self-taught teen has been decoding her family's genome and has spoken at major conferences Her father was diagnosed with a pulmonary embolism in [more...]
Date: 2010-10-05 11:00:00
Spore PC Game – From Single Cell to Space Travel, Spore Rocks
The game is open and the outcome depends on decisions you at every stage. Creating Characters in Spore It begins with a single body that fell to Earth a meteor. Once the body has eaten more than once, you have to work with DNA points to add various functions. Your child grow and change. You choose whether your creature is a herbivore, carnivore or omnivore. How to get through the various stages, you will receive special bio-power, based on preferences eat the creature. For example, herbivores are given the power “Siren Song at the Creature stage. Expanding universe of your character [more...]
Date: 2010-05-15 09:47:57
Y Chromosome tinkering
The other women's mitochondrial lines died out when either they had only sons (who would not pass on the mitochondrial DNA) or no children at all, leaving only hers. Same for the Y chromosome Adam, an ancestor of all men alive today who lived 60,000 years ago. He was not the only man alive, but the other men's lines all ended across the 60,000 years when they either had only daughters (who do not have a Y chromosome) or no children at all. This was further sped up by Genghis Khan, a Mongolian ruler who had a lot of children, who in turn had many more children. He is the ancestor of 16 million [more...]
Date: 2010-10-08 11:23:00
Nation Building (9 x 13) - Exploding DNA Forums
One of the meanings of the word “nation” is TRIBE or FEDERATION of TRIBES. With that in mind, the IROQUOIS or HAUDENOSAUNEE i.e., “People of the Longhouse,” is an example of a FEDERATION of TRIBES. The coalescence of the Haudenosaunee was originally founded upon five tribes, which is now currently banded together as six. The historical narrative of the formation or creation of the Haudenosaunee is an interesting one. They, the Haudenosaunee, were once separate tribes warring against one another. Conflict and rivalry was the way of life for the original five tribes. But conflict or [more...]
Date: 2010-09-30 04:55:47
Neanderthals: Out of the Family Tree & Into Our Roots - Friendly Fire
It turns out that Europeans and Asians get 4% of our DNA from our Neanderthal forbearers. Somewhere in the Middle East (wouldn't you know!) we got together under the desert skies. Instead of trading in beads, we exchanged genetic information. Accusing someone of being a Neanderthal was an insult--at least it was last week. It implied a crude, primitive and brutish caveman. It certainly did not imply sophistication. Now everything has changed. Our cousins, the Neanderthals, turn out not to be as far removed as we once thought. In fact our newly recognized ancestors are about to get a makeover [more...]
Date: 2010-05-10 22:54:37
Question - Assata Shakur Speaks - Hands Off Assata - Let's Get ...
The United States Constitution specifically mentions the relationship between the United States federal government and Native American tribes three times: Article I, Section 2, Clause 3 states that "Representatives and direct Taxes shall be apportioned among the several States ... excluding Indians not taxed. Article I, Section 8 of the Constitution states that Congress shall have the power to regulate Commerce with foreign nations and among the several states, and with the Indian tribes, determining that Indian tribes were separate from both the federal and state governments, and [more...]
Date: 2010-10-02 02:31:22
Choose Dna Testing Lab Carefully | Studio WebDesign Blog
Due to intricate nature of a DNA, matching genetic data for developing genetic relation is much easier. This test is also frequently used in the cases of paternity disputes. Without getting any DNA sample from father, you can prove the relation from your DNA sample. Biologische vader is not needed to contribute DNA sample for conducting this test. Just by taking DNA sample from a close relative of alleged father to determine the actual relation. You can look for a good testing lab for carrying out DNA-testwithout any hassles. Highly detailed and reliable report will be easy to compare. Such a [more...]
Date: 2010-10-13 15:39:23
Guide to Protein Purification, Second Edition (Methods in ...
The 2eof this classic Guide to Protein Purification provides a clean update to existing methods in the field, reflecting the enormous advances made in the remain two decades. In particular, proteomics, mass spectrometry>, and DNA technology take revolutionized the field since the first edition's publication but through all of the advancements, the purification of proteins is still an essential first step in understanding their function. This volume examines the greatest number reliable, robust methods for researchers in biochemistry, molecular and cell biology, genetics, pharmacology, [more...]
Date: 2010-10-11 01:47:47
How Small Genetic Differences Give Racial Divergency « Guy White ...
The characteristics you inherit from your parents and other ancestors are in your inherited genes. This genetic information forms part of the chromosomes which are carried in DNA, which is a chemical called deoxyribonucleic acid. ... According to David Miles, formerly chief archaeologist at English Heritage and a research fellow at Oxford University3 in his book , The Tribes of Britain, the genetic make-up of modern white indigenous Britons has hardly changed from those [more...]
Date: 2009-01-14 18:10:46
Kevin MacDonald: Series on Leo Frank, Part I « The Occidental ...
Would it were possible to exhume the body of that poor girl and do an DNA test …I am sure the ADL would make sure the results, if the 'wrong' results' were suppressed. The 'truth' in our sense means NOTHING to the Jewish community. ... then this would indicate precisely that Tribe ethno-identity eclipsed any notion of the “international brotherhood of the proletariat”. Anti Zionist Tribe radicals spent all of their time telling the ethnically European American working [more...]
Date: 2010-01-15 18:28:08
GMO Pundit a.k.a. David Tribe: Genome sequence of Peruvian wild ...
We provide innovative sequencing and array-based solutions for genotyping, copy number variation analysis, methylation studies, gene expression profiling, and low-multiplex analysis of DNA, RNA and protein. We also provide tools and services that are fueling advances in consumer genomics and diagnostics. Our technology and products accelerate genetic analysis research and its application, paving the way for molecular medicine and ultimately transforming [more...]
Date: 2010-09-22 23:46:00
The Melungeon Historical Society: Eastern Band of Cherokee Tribe ...
A new enrollment ordinance passed by the Tribal Council of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians, now requires new applicants to undergo DNA testing to verify their parental lineage. The Cherokee One Feather website cited the Ordinance as saying: "The results of a DNA test, from a lab acceptable to the Enrollment Committee, establishing the probability of paternity and/or maternity by the parents through whom lineage is claimed for an applicant," is required for an application to be processed.Cont. [more...]
Date: 2010-06-26 04:39:00
Can an Indian DNA Test Find or Prove Native American Ancestry?
Their admixture report attempts to separate Asian ancestry into Indigenous American and East Asian components. This could be more useful for an Indian DNA test. But the population data is from relatively small samples. So the accuracy can be severely limited by statistical noise.NOTE: Those who have been around DNA testing for awhile will recognize this as the old DNA Print test licensed to a different company. DNA TribesAnother possibility for an Indian DNA test is DNA Tribes. They use a set of 21 autosomal markers, including the CODIS markers used by police in forensic investigations. [more...]
Date: 2010-03-12 16:15:35