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From: "Lawrence Mayka" <>
Subject: Re: [DNA] PubMed abstract: Y haplogroup R1a1 in India
Date: Fri, 19 Feb 2010 18:22:31 -0600
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Here are some examples of 11-marker South Asian YHRD matches in the Polish
Project (markers in FTDNA order):

132415111114--1013
113111
132416101114--1013
113011
132515101114--1013
113011
132515101114--1113
113011
132515101114--1213
113011
132515111114--1013
113011
132516101114--1113
113111
132516111114--1013
113011
132516111114--1013
113111
132516111114--1113
112911
132516111114--1113
113011
132516111114--1113
113111
132516111115--1013
112911
132516111115--1013
113011
132517101114--1013
113011
132517111114--1013
113011

> From: [mailto:genealogy-dna-
> ] On Behalf Of Lawrence Mayka
> Anyone who performs YHRD searches on Eastern European R1a1 haplotypes
> is familiar with the pattern of matches in both Eastern Europe and South
> Asia. Nepal comes up particularly often.



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