This Y-SNP has tested positive for only one submission: McKenzie (1) where it tested positive with a WTY test.
There are only two good testing candidates for L627 testing that were found:
1) With the Y-Search query, two submissions that have not been tested that were higher than 70 % of the DNA fingerprint. The following submissions would be good testing candidates: McKenzie (2H3T7) which has a GD = 3 and Cain (ANN3H) which has a GD = 21. There were three McKenzie submissions found in the McKenzie surname project that should be tested.
2) At 5 of 8 FP match, none have tested positive and two have tested negative. There are four McKenzie submissions that are untested which are good candidates since they match the surname that tested positive: MacKenzie (MPUSE) and McKenzie (FDMX8, KWPQF and 2VU25). There are 25 submissions found in the McKenzie surname project that match 5 of 8 markers of the DNA fingerprint that should be tested. This testing could reveal a major branch within the McKenzie surname project.
3) At 5 of 8 FP match, Y-Search found an additional 23 submissions that have not been tested to date where some could test positive - even though the only two to test to date have tested negative and one submission above 70 % tested negative as well. These tests would be more speculative in nature but could reveal the boundary conditions of this Y-SNP.
The DNA results spreadsheet includes two total good testing candidates (greater than 70 % of the DNA fingerprint). The higher on the spreadsheet, the more likely of testing positive for this Y-SNP. Since the scope of this Y-SNP has tested negative higher than 50 % of the DNA fingerprint, any tests over 50 % would be speculative testing candidates until the scope of this Y-SNP is better determined.