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  • MtDNA haplogroups H-- conversion from Oxford numbers?

    I have an mtDNA sequence from Oxford Ancestors, that is "H" with the following mutations:

    16294T and 16304C (taken from 16001 to 16400).

    Is there a way to know to which subgroup of "H" this belongs, without retaking the test?

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    You could read this paper and see if you could find your mutations.
    http://www.familytreedna.com/PDF/mtD...Haplogroup.pdf

    Noreen

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Jason
      I have an mtDNA sequence from Oxford Ancestors, that is "H" with the following mutations:

      16294T and 16304C (taken from 16001 to 16400).

      Is there a way to know to which subgroup of "H" this belongs, without retaking the test?
      Jason, I don't think so. The H subclade test results are based on control region mutations which neither FTDNA nor Oxford Ancestors tests for in their regular mtDNA tests. However, looking up your mutations in the paper Noreen cites will help you eliminate some of the subclades as possibilities; but that will not give you a definite assignment.

      Bill Hurst

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      • #4
        Bill's answer is correct. There's another coded region outside of HVR1 and 2 that needs to be tested to tell the subclade.
        Max Blankfeld
        Vice-President and COO @ Family Tree DNA
        A Gene by Gene Company

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