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What furthest downstream R1b1b2 SNP is most common in the WAMH?

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    Stevo
    R1b-FGC36981

  • Stevo
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    Originally posted by Nagelfar
    Thanks Stevo,

    Are there any one off deviations in the 12 marker WAMH that would point to another subclade in particular as well?
    Maybe non-U106 with 390=23?

    I think many clusters, like the Scots Modal and the various Irish clusters, are pretty close to WAMH.

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  • Nagelfar
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  • Nagelfar
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    Originally posted by Stevo
    WAMH shows up across the board in R1b1b2, I believe, but I would guess it is most common in R-P312* (R1b1b2a2*).
    Thanks Stevo,

    Are there any one off deviations in the 12 marker WAMH that would point to another subclade in particular as well?

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  • Stevo
    R1b-FGC36981

  • Stevo
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    WAMH shows up across the board in R1b1b2, I believe, but I would guess it is most common in R-P312* (R1b1b2a2*).

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  • Nagelfar
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  • What furthest downstream R1b1b2 SNP is most common in the WAMH?

    This is a simple question I haven't been able to find the answer to, maybe I haven't been looking hard enough? I know that usually just modal haplotypes cross several parallel clades due to their similarity, I wanted to know which subclade the western atlantic modal haplotype points to, or if any subclade would be equally likely to belong to it in R1b1b2?
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