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мт ДНК паспорта казахов

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http://www.harappadna.org/

 

would be interesting to see how the Kazakh and the mixed French/Madagascar/Martinique/Indian participants get on K=12.

ai_admixture_K_4.png

 

HRP0089

 

K=4

 

East Asia 54%

Europe 37%

South Asia 9%

Africa 0%

 

K=12

 

South Asia 1%

Baloch/Caucasus 19%

Kalash 2%

South East Asia 2%

South West Asia 0%

European 18%

Papuan 0%

North East Asian 25%

Siberian 33%

E Bantu 0%

West Africa 0%

East Africa 0%

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23andme

 

Ancestry Finder with minimum 5cM and reduced to 1+ number of grandparents from the same country:

 

USA

Russia

Kazakstan

Iran

Germany

Cuba

Czech Republic

UK

Greece

Finland

Uganda

Turkey

Slovakia

Ireland

Canada

Armenia

Italy

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Принимайте в свои ряда нового представителя митогаплогруппы D :) post-3393-1313998848_thumb.jpg

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Принимайте в свои ряда нового представителя митогаплогруппы D :) post-3393-1313998848_thumb.jpg

D4g1 согласно этому предиктору http://vps1.jameslick.com/dna/mthap/.

Родственник Берельской принцессы.

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http://scholarworks.gvsu.edu/theses/5/

Abstract

 

Studies of mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) polymorphism have provided valuable insights for understanding patterns of human migration and interaction. The ability to recover ancient mtDNA sequence data from post-mortem bone and tissue samples allows us to view snapshots of historic gene pools firsthand, provided that great care is taken to prevent sample contamination. In this study, we analyzed the DNA sequence of the first hypervariable segment (HVSI) of the mtDNA control region, as well as a portion of the coding region, in 14 individuals from three collective burials from the Neolithic Dnieper-Donetz culture and three individuals from Bronze Age Kurgan burials, all located in modern-day Ukraine on the northern shores of the Black Sea (the North Pontic Region, or NPR). While most of our samples possessed mtDNA haplotypes that can be linked to European and Near Eastern populations, three Neolithic and all three Bronze Age individuals belonged to mtDNA haplogroup C, which is common in East Eurasian, particularly South Siberian, populations but exceedingly rare in Europe. Phylogeographic network analysis revealed that our samples are located at or near the ancestral node for haplogroup C and that derived lineages branching from the Neolithic samples were present in Bronze Age Kurgans. In light of the numerous examples of mtDNA admixture that can be found in both Europe and Siberia, it appears that the NPR and South Siberia are located at opposite ends of a genetic continuum established at some point prior to the Neolithic. This migration corridor may have been established during the Last Glacial Maximum due to extensive glaciation in northern Eurasia and a consequent aridization of western Asia. This implies the demographic history for the European gene pool is more complex than previously considered and also has significant implications regarding the origin of Kurgan populations.

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http://www.nature.com/jhg/journal/vaop/ncu...hg2011103a.html

 

HVS-I polymorphism screening of ancient human mitochondrial DNA provides evidence for N9a discontinuity and East Asian haplogroups in the Neolithic Hungary

 

Zsuzsanna Guba, Éva Hadadi, Ágnes Major, Tünde Furka, Emese Juhász, Judit Koós, Károly Nagy and Tamás Zeke

 

Abstract

Analysis of mitochondrial mutations in the HVS-I region is an effective method for ancient human populational studies. Discontinuous haplotype data between the first farmers and contemporary Europeans has been described before. Our contribution is based on a survey initiated on the Neolithic skeletons from Hungarian archaeological sites in the Alföld. This Lowland, the Hungarian Plain, is well excavated as an important region for spread of Neolithic culture from Near East and Balkans toward Central and Western Europe, started circa 8000 years ago. HVS-I sequences from nt15977 to nt16430 of 11 such specimens with sufficient mitochondrial DNA preservation among an extended Neolithic collection were analysed for polymorphisms, identifying 23 different ones. After assigning all single-nucleotide polymorphisms, a novel, N9a, N1a, C5, D1/G1a, M/R24 haplogroups were determined. On mitochondrial control mutations at nt16257 and nt16261, polymorphic PCRs were carried out to assess their distribution in remains. Neolithic data set was compared with contemporary Vác samples and references, resulting in higher frequency of N9a in Alföld as a remarkable genetic discontinuity. Our investigation is the first to study mutations form Neolithic of Hungary, resulting in an outcome of Far Eastern haplogroups in the Carpathian Basin. It is worth further investigation as a non-descendant theory, instead of a continuous population history, supporting genetic gaps between ancient and recent human populations.

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В 02.11.2007 в 00:11, Yerlan сказал:

В базе данных мт ДНК у нас две записи. Первый образец принаделжит к мт Гаплогруппе G, второй образец к Гаплогруппе К.

Судя по научным работам (см соседние темы) половина казахов принадлежат к Восточно-Азиатской группе, половина к Европейской. Пока у нас и здесь сохраняется баланс: группа G образовалась на Дальнем Востоке, группа К на Ближнем Востоке или Восточной Европе.

Если Вы хотите обсудить результаты по мт ДНК, то Вы в правильной теме. Задавайте вопросы, и мы постараемся ответить на них. Спасибо.

Здравствуйте, а гаплогруппа HV2 куда относится? есть паспорта по мт?

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