"Comment by M_P on November 8, 2010 at 11:44pm
Hi, now we have got more results. HVR2: 263G, 315.1C.
The first result was haplogroup H and HVR1 differences from CRS: 16093C 16392C 16519C (Family Tree DNA test). the FTDA kit nro is N86056.
Hi M P.…"
"Hi MP, HVR1 don't normally tell us much in my view, 16519C mutation cuts across all Haplogroups and is classed as an ancestral mutation which goes way back up the Haplogroup tree.
16392C seems to be unique to you at present, mitowheel.org does…"
"Hi Janis, your could even be in a sub branch of H4b. I have 9 sequences (branch motif is T10166C) in my data base and 4 of these have the 160893C .
However, you will not really know what sub branch you are in until you have a full sequence. The four…"
"Hi Mardon, I have completed the database with all the sequences available at Genbank
Even when I compare you with other sequences to look for patterns, and allowing for a possible back mutation of a defining motif, there are none as yet.
"Also Mardon, My partner foams at the mouth over lack of up to date papers being written and how the public, who are paying for the sequencing to be done so they can follow genealogy through Phylogenetic study, are being left in the dark and the…"
"AHHH crap!, I put a 1 on the end of H6a1a. Actually this sequence is at genbank as a H6a1. This is quite new as I saw it on Ian Logans reports to Genealogy DNA newsletter
HM124476 FTDNA Haplogroup H6a1 26-APR-2010
T195C T239C A263G 315.1C A750G…"
"I got that too.But it is not submitted to Genbank as that !!!!. I put that sequence into my data base as H6a1a1 but not because it did not have 5460- they don't have 7325G, 9362 or at least one of them. I see a few sequences that do not have a…"
"Heres an interesting exercise , guess what branch of H6 this following sequence is
using FTDNA mutation list and phylotree
T195C T239C A263G 315.1C A750G A1438G G3915A A4727G A4769G A8860G G9380A T10237C T11204C T11253C A15326G T16362C A16482G"
"Hi Maria, marine organisms hey! Interesting stuff. Handy you can do your own test...jealous LOL.Mardons comments below cover what you need to test for yourself so you can find out what H5 sub branch or clade you maybe in. H5 is cool, not to many of…"
"Hi E Collins, I think you are wondering how the Genograhic Project defined you as an H is because you dint have the mutations 2706A, 7028C which all other haplogroups tested people have.
Your mutation 16093c is one of the
H1f 4452C, 7309C, 9066G,…"