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  • how to know mtdna subclades?

    Does anyone know how a person can know what mtDNA subclade he or she belongs to, if any?

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    Sounds a bit misleading. Obviously, it's the same way as you know what your haplogroup is. Indeed, how would you define a sub-haplogroup?

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    • #3
      there are refinement tests. they have links for more info...
      http://www.ftdna.com/products.html

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      • #4
        Originally posted by M.O'Connor
        there are refinement tests. they have links for more info...
        http://www.ftdna.com/products.html
        I found out my subclade through the clubs you can join here at FTDNA. On you personal page clik join and you'll see lists of groups .One might focus on your haplogroup.Someone matching you might have already been tested for subclades,then you'd match theirs(that's how I found out mine),or if that hasn't been done yet you could buy one from familytree for $1,000-or maybe divide the cost with matches if that's possible.If you have a lone standing sequence and no one matchs you, you'd have to buy one for yourself,but at least you'd have the satisfaction of knowing which SubClade you're in! On FamilyTree's HomePage you see the New!-Deep-Clade-testing-offers and Full Sequence-Testing ,that's where you can get it.

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