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Subject: Re: [DNA] Is this the most common mtDNA motif known?
Date: Fri, 29 Jul 2005 11:50:25 EDT
In a message dated 07/29/05 8:34:55 AM Pacific Daylight Time,
> The next most frequently encountered are 16126C (304 instances) and 073G
> (578 instances). But bear in mind that over a third of the motifs (n=662)
> did not test HVR2. The counts for 263G, 315.1C and 073G should probably all
> be scaled up about 50-55 percent to reflect reality.
073G will be a very common difference, found in most people who are not H or
V, and in a few who are. The table of haplogroup motifs at Macaulay's site
demonstrates this with a special column for "73 status."
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