Genetic Genealogy Vocabulary Explained

Unique-event polymorphism (UEP)

A Y-chromosome Binary Polymorphism that has happened exactly once on the human paternal tree. Ultimately, UEPs are more of a theoretical concept and ideal than anything else, because in the course of human existence, most Y-chromosome binary polymorphisms have likely happened many times.

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