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  • Haplogroup H subclade test

    I ordered the subclade test for Haplogroup H and it came back as undetermined at this time (*). They tested for the known subclades and will retest as new ones are discovered.

    But I estimated that I am at least an H5 (I joined a genealogy DNA mailing list and we had a nice discussion about it all!) and am wondering why I wasn't designated at least the H5, any further subclade to be determine when discovered?

    My mutations are as follows:

    HVR1:
    16192T
    16304C
    16311C
    16362C

    HVR2:
    263G
    315.1C
    456T
    485C
    523-
    524-

    I was under the impression that 16304C and 456T separate H5 from H4 and H6 and that it was a pretty sure thing. Why didn't my H subclade test pick it up?

    Judy

  • #2
    Judy,

    I just posted an answer to this question, Candy? had a question about H subclades. Just go to the FTDNA Home page, follow the center column down near the botton of the page, you will find a link to H "sub-clades". Click on that link and you will find a phylogenetic tree.


    Happy Hunting
    Jeffrey Stewart
    H3 and still searching
    Last edited by jaken24; 23 May 2005, 06:58 PM. Reason: New Information

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