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From: "Alfred A. Aburto Jr." <>
Subject: Re: [DNA] yDNA haplogroup I (was, J) in Iran
Date: Fri, 30 Jun 2006 06:10:14 -0700
> Lawrence Mayka wrote:
>>From: Alfred A. Aburto Jr. [mailto:]
>>In northern Iran the haplogroups found were:
>>In southern Iran the haplogroups found were:
>I don't see how these square with the results of this study in 2004:
>It specifically tested for M170, the SNP for Hg I, and found that
>34% of Tehran inhabitants are of Hg I
>10% of Isfahan inhabitants are of Hg I
In Regueiro et al. (2006) Iran study not one I SNP listed in the Y
haplogroup I chart of the ISOGG was tested. They didn't see Hg I because
they didn't test for it unfortunately.
>Can the inhabitants of Iranian cities really be so very different from those
>in the countryside?
Glen is right on this.
In Regueiro et al. (2006) they checked ancestry to make sure the people
tested were at least 2 generations in the same area.
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