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About awtx903

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  1. I am new to the world of genetics & DNA. Having no formal education or prior experience. Please pardon my ignorance in advance. The admixture analyses of my autosomal DNA test results, performed by GEDmatch, suggests the following: E_Eurasian: 2.83% Sub-Saharan African: 1.96% W_Eurasian: 95.21% My first question...would/could this 1.96% SSA be considered as “noise”? On my chromosome painting, there is a SIGNIFICANT showing of Sub-Saharan on Chr 8. My second question...would/could/does this indicate an African ancestor hiding somewhere in my family tree? With familial roots in the deep “South”, United States, for the last 200/300 years, I would not be surprised… Thoughts? Thank you in advance.
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