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Haplogroup H with 16177G, 16519C

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    Originally posted by vraatyah
    Too rare haplotype, indeed. You may ignore 519, usually it doesn't make sense. In my database it appeared twice: the first sequence in McEvoy et al 2004, Ireland (1/200), the second one in Pliss et al. 2005, Latvians (1/299). The paper on the Latvians provides slightly more detailed classification: -7025AluI -3007Bsh1236I which indicates being in H1. Obviously, you type may fall into a different subhaplogroup (untill you take H subclade test for your own sample and find out what this subclade is). On the other hand, taking into account the extremely low frequency of H with 177, you are more likely to be in H1 too.

    Valery
    Could you please tell me what the title of the papers are that you referred to in your message?

    Thanks for the reponse!

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    Too rare haplotype, indeed. You may ignore 519, usually it doesn't make sense. In my database it appeared twice: the first sequence in McEvoy et al 2004, Ireland (1/200), the second one in Pliss et al. 2005, Latvians (1/299). The paper on the Latvians provides slightly more detailed classification:
    -7025AluI -3007Bsh1236I which indicates being in H1. Obviously, you type may fall into a different subhaplogroup (untill you take H subclade test for your own sample and find out what this subclade is). On the other hand, taking into account the extremely low frequency of H with 177, you are more likely to be in H1 too.

    Valery

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    Guest started a topic Haplogroup H with 16177G, 16519C

    Haplogroup H with 16177G, 16519C

    I have seen the mtDNA 16519C mutation listed in many postings online, but I have not been able to find anything on the 16177G.

    Anyone out there know anything on the 16177G?
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