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    Maltese DNA

    My brother inlaw was born in Malta. His Dna is J2 M172

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  • vraatyah
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    Originally posted by Cazola
    specifically what I am most interested in - is what nationalities commonly have a T3 haplogroup.

    Columns: population, number of T2c haplotypes, frequency, haplotype diversity. I truncated data to the groups with >0.5% of T2c and size greater than N=40

    Azorians 6 of 146 4,11 0,6
    Berbers, Moroc 2 of 86 2,33 0
    Estonians 1 of 48 2,08 0
    Morocco 2 of 102 1,96 1
    Ethiopia 5 of 270 1,85 0,6
    Slovaks 2 of 129 1,55 1
    Italians, N 2 of 136 1,47 1
    Greece 3 of 228 1,32 0,67
    Spain S 3 of 229 1,31 0,67
    Spain N 7 of 556 1,26 0
    Czechs 2 of 176 1,14 1
    Nogays 2 of 183 1,09 0
    Corsica 1 of 99 1,01 0
    Egyptians 3 of 302 0,99 1
    Sicily 1 of 106 0,94 0
    Kirghiz 1 of 112 0,89 0
    Russians S 2 of 224 0,89 0
    Sardinia 3 of 349 0,86 0,67
    Arabs, Syria 1 of 118 0,85 0
    Uighurs, CA 1 of 118 0,85 0
    Russians C 2 of 245 0,82 1
    Azeris 1 of 127 0,79 0
    Russians N 2 of 270 0,74 0
    Italians S 1 of 136 0,74 0
    Bulgarians 1 of 141 0,71 0
    Iranians S 1 of 144 0,69 0
    Jordanians 1 of 146 0,68 0
    Adygs 1 of 157 0,64 0
    Italians C 2 of 355 0,56 1
    Portuguese 1 of 185 0,54 0
    Kabardinians 1 of 191 0,52 0

    The type with transition at 146 reaches the highest frequency in NE Europe, particularly in samples of small size excluded from the table. In Mediterranea, #1 is Egypt followed by Greece. Complete sequences from Finland were not counted.
    Last edited by vraatyah; 23 May 2006, 02:32 PM.

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  • vraatyah
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    Originally posted by Cazola
    my type was not far off from the Finnish
    indeed, considering T3 (aka T2c) frequency in the European NE, and the fact that your particular variant seems "metrically" close to NE ones, I think so.

    Nevertheless, you have 2 exact or near exact matches among Jordanians and Egyptians.

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    T3 information & The Maltese

    My National Geographic DNA test info appears below and I have certainly hit a brick wall in terms of elaborating on this. I am a T3. One year has passed since I did the DNA test and nobody has ever had a match with my haplogroup results in exact terms. I have Maltese ancestors on both sides of the family - and no admixture that we have record of.

    Does anyone have any new information in regards to haplogroup T3 specifically what I am most interested in - is what nationalities commonly have a T3 haplogroup. Vraatya once said that my type was not far off from the Finnish ones - can you elaborate on this statement if you are reading this Vraatya. Can anyone else shed some light ? What would be the best further test to do to figure out whether my Maltese ancestors came from elsewhere recently. I would love to know for instance if they came to Malta via say Italy or France or elsewhere - since all Maltese once came from elsewhere around the Mediterranean/Europe.

    HVR1 Haplogroup
    T3

    HVR1 differences from CRS
    16126C 16146G 16147T 16292T 16294T 16296T 16519C

    Is anyone able to help with further information or insight ??? I would like to hear from any Maltese browsers as to what their results told them about their haplogroups - i.e. are you T3 as well ?
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