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    http://www.isogg.org/wiki/Western_At...odal_Haplotype

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      "Family Tree DNA estimate that approximately 1.3% of males in Western Europe share this most common genetic 12-marker signature."


      "WAMH is the modal haplotype of R1b-L11 and predominates in two subclades of L11 - R1b-P312 and R1b-U106. It is also common in R1b-L21, a subclade of P312. It is recommended that anyone with the WAMH who wishes to determine their R1b subclade should join the R1b and subclades project and seek advice from the project administrators about which tests or individual SNPs to order. Alternatively advice can be sought from the R1b mailing list. It is sometimes possible to predict a more downstream subclade of P312 or U106 from a 67-marker haplotype. If the participant has close matches at 67 markers the prediction can sometimes be informed by the SNP status of his matches. Single SNPs can be ordered from FTDNA or YSEQ."

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