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  • #16
    Originally posted by shekron
    My MtDNA tests came back Haplogroup N*...but they first had me in I.
    HVR1 - 223T and 519C
    HVR2 - 73G, 143A, 189G, 192C, 194T, 195C, 196C, 204C, 207A, 163G, 315.1C
    I can't seem to find any information on N*. Some of the experts on the Roots DNA board thought I should be a W...so I don't know what I really am. I would appreciate any sites that might explain this better. I have 2 exact matches on the MtDNA data base. One is a N* and the other is a W????? Can this be right?
    that's a typical W - at least, in all labs but FT. 143-192-194-196 defines a subclade which has no corresponding hvs1 motif. These matches with back transition at 292 are the closest ones:

    Piercy R. et al.
    The application of mitochondrial DNA typing to the study of white Caucasian genetic identification, 1993
    Wales
    223
    73-143-189-192-194-195-196-204-207-263-315.1C
    (16001-16397; 29-400)


    Delghandi et al.
    1998
    Saami
    223
    73-143-189-192-194-195-196-263
    (16024-16362; 62-363)

    More likely, they overlooked 204-207 in the Saami sample.

    and one complete sequence by Moilanen:

    AY339460
    73-143-189-192-194-195-196-204-207-263-315.1C-709-750-1243-1438-2706-3107d-3505-3531-4769-5046-5460-7028-7864-8251-8860-8994-11674-11719-11947-12705-14766-15326-15884C-16223-16519
    Last edited by vraatyah; 21 February 2006, 04:10 AM.

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    • #17
      Thanks for your response vraatyah. You have confirmed what the roots DNA people have told me...so I guess I am really a W! What will it take for FTDNA to change it to the correct haplogroup? Do I need further testing?
      Thanks again, Sheryl Kronebusch

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      • #18
        Originally posted by shekron
        Do I need further testing?
        Sheryl, if they are going to check your sample with rflps and this is for free - I think it is not out of place.

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        • #19
          Hvr1 16519c

          I only have 16519C at HVR1, but I am Haplogroup H. My differences at HVR2 are 263G, 309.1C and 315.1C. I also wondered about the Marie Antoinette connection since as I recall her differences from CRS are 16519C, 152C, 194T, 263G and 315.1C and she was haplogroup H also. Of course when I check my results with FTDNA I also match HVR1 with about 1500 or so people and HVR1 & 2 with about 80 folks. So does the fact that I match haplogroup H and 16519C, 263G and 315.1C with Marie Antoinette mean I am related to her? Any thoughts out there?!

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          • #20
            Originally posted by dajones
            So does the fact that I match haplogroup H and 16519C, 263G and 315.1C with Marie Antoinette mean I am related to her? Any thoughts out there?!
            too distantly

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