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From: Charles <>
Subject: Re: [DNA] 73G in Haplogroup H; 16519
Date: Thu, 05 May 2005 10:14:12 -0400
I have the mtDNA mutation 73G too. I have also had the additional mtDNA
H haplogroup test done by FamilyTreeDNA.com and they report I am H1a. My
Mitosearch.org ID is FV9RZ.
Why are you calling having the mutation from the CRS in HVR2 of 73G a
"back mutation"? Please clarify. Thanks.
> In a message dated 05/04/05 6:26:30 PM Pacific Daylight Time,
>>It is also found in H. I am a sub-clade tested H5a1 and I have 73G.
> That's interesting! Do you have your results posted at http://mitosearch.org?
> Earlier I wrote that 73G was found in most haplogroups except H and V. I was
> aware of an exception for H1a, due to a "back mutation," but I decided not to
> include it my message, where the main point was that 73G is very common.
> Source: a column called 73 status in the table of haplogroup motifs at
> However, I was not aware that it had also been found in another H subclade.
> Do you hvae your results in http://www.mitosearch.org?
> I reviewed FTDNA's chart about the H subclades at
> It's the first time I've had occasion to revisit that chart in a while, and
> they have a revised version which shows more subclades. It also uses 16519 to
> cluster a batch of subclades. Does anyone have any background on how that came
> Ann Turner - GENEALOGY-DNA List Administrator
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