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DNA Paternal tests

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^ ^ ^ Ancient Egyptian Spinx ^ ^ ^

^ ^ ^ Ancient Egyptian Spinx ^ ^ ^ Report 26 Jul 2013 21:55

Being a female I know that I cant have a DNA test to find the roots of my fathers line, and with not having any male family suitable I wondered if my sisters son would do as he must have my fathers genes being his grandson . Does anyone know if this is possibe? Thank You

brummiejan

brummiejan Report 26 Jul 2013 22:09

Just be aware that our nephew's Y chromosome will come from his father as his mother has 2 X chromosomes - one from each parent.
Not sure what you are hoping to discover with all this?
Jan

Reggie

Reggie Report 26 Jul 2013 22:21

These tests cannot tell you anything remotely useful

They are a moneymaking scam

KenSE

KenSE Report 27 Jul 2013 07:24

The test for yDNA is for the male line only. Your sister's son with have that DNA from his father, not from your father.