H with 00257G

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YDNA:
R1b FGC30121+
MtDNA:
H1c3b* Helga (FGS)
PostPosted: Mon Mar 19, 2012 1:16 pm
H, H1, H1c or even 'old' H*... etc members with 00257G are now considered H1c3. The good thing about this marker is one doesn't need a FMS to reveal it, only HVR2!
Latest update:
http://www.phylotree.org/tree/subtree_R0.htm

00257 is i3000708 in the raw data on 23andMe.
A 'G' is H1c3, but pot luck if the V3 chip locates it. My mother has a NO CALL!

All comment are very welcome ;)
Eurogenes/GedMatch K36

North_Sea 19.47%
North_Atlantic 16.32%
Iberian 12.61%
Fennoscandian 11.36%
Italian 11.18%
East_Central_Euro 8.92%
Central_Euro 6.77%
French 4.67%
Eastern_Euro 3.50%
West_Med 1.39%
East_Balkan 1.34%
South_Central_Asian 1.34%
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Posts: 103
Joined: Wed Mar 14, 2012 3:09 pm

YDNA:
R1b FGC30121+
MtDNA:
H1c3b* Helga (FGS)
PostPosted: Tue Mar 20, 2012 2:08 pm
I forgot to mention there is a H1c3 in the publication:
Complete Mitochondrial Genomes Reveal Neolithic Expansion into Europe:

Link in this thread viewtopic.php?f=147&t=109

All are from Croatia. This H1c3 submission was from a village in North Western Croatia, from the map it looks like in or around Zagreb!
Eurogenes/GedMatch K36

North_Sea 19.47%
North_Atlantic 16.32%
Iberian 12.61%
Fennoscandian 11.36%
Italian 11.18%
East_Central_Euro 8.92%
Central_Euro 6.77%
French 4.67%
Eastern_Euro 3.50%
West_Med 1.39%
East_Balkan 1.34%
South_Central_Asian 1.34%

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