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From: "Ron Scott" <>
Subject: Re: [DNA] mtDNA H2a phylogeny
Date: Tue, 31 Jul 2007 23:13:09 -0500
On Tue, 31 Jul 2007 19:19:36, Dora says: " ... this isn't H2, though it is from Spain." And, again, "How many total sequences are there from Spain? And are they all to be found by searching at mtDB? I haven't yet figured out how to search Spain by region. I was just printing out what you sent to try to look up those numbers. Until I realized that what you sent me is a plain old H."
AF382002 is, BTW, H2 (1438G, 4769G, 750G, 8860G, etc.), according to Maca-Meyer et al., and I see no reason to disagree with them. If you want to find more H2a sequences, I suggest starting with Mitomap's tree; I've captured a screen image for you (http://tinyurl.com/ypla49). mtDB is an excellent source for geographical origins, although there is no way to do a global search of these databases for country. The silver platter is, I'm afraid, just a plain old plattter.
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