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From: "Chris" <>
Subject: Re: [DNA] MTDNA Haplogroup
Date: Thu, 10 Aug 2006 22:33:37 +0100
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Thanks Ian.


----- Original Message -----
From: "Ian & Mary Logan" <>
To: <>
Sent: Thursday, August 10, 2006 10:31 PM
Subject: Re: [DNA] MTDNA Haplogroup


> Hello Chris
>
> You will only sort this out by having a test for Haplogroup H subgroups -
> which is reasonably
> cheap,
> or by having complete sequencing - which is expensive.
>
> And, on the information you have got so far you could really be in any of
> the Haplogroup H
> subgroups.
>
> Ian
> www.brookingsociety.org.uk/mtdna.htm
>
> .....
> Chris wrote:
> I had my HVR1 & HVR2 tested with RG but as yet they don't list
> haplogroups. I note on Mitosearch 10
> individuals who match me on HVR1 that is 221T & 519C. All but 2 are listed
> as H. The two others as
> H10.
> Of those who also test on HVR2. I have lots of matches (263G, 315.1C ) but
> non that also match on
> HVR1 most are -1 ie 221T. One is listed as +1 ie 093C. Four people match
> me on HVR1 but on HVR2 are
> +1 ie 309.1C. But all of these list a range of Haplogroups from H to H* to
> H7 to even one R1.
> I'm lost re a) what Haplogroup I belong to & b) what to make of that
> information.
> I'd welcome any guidance please. Cheers, Chris
> .........
>
>
>
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