Q-NWT01 is currently defined by only the NWT01 SNP. As part of the National Geographic Geno 2.0 test, this SNP is labeled F746. This is because it was independently discovered in a Q-M120 sample sequenced with next generation technology. It can also be called PR4083 as it was labeled in a primate sample sequenced at Family Tree DNA's Genomic Research Center.
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