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From: Carol Botteron <>
Subject: Re: [DNA] How some Y chromosomes paired up with certain mtDNAs inancient times
Date: Mon, 3 Nov 2003 22:04:54 -0500
At 8:58 AM -0800 2003-11-02, Annie, The WritingTeacher wrote:
>Interestingly, each Y chromosome group has a "mate" a mtDNA marker that
>seems to follow it from area to area...For example H is a mate of R1b1 as U4
>is with R1a* and J1a1's mate is U3 in the Arabian Gulf just as H is a mate
>of the Atlantic modal haplotype among the Basques.
Is there a chart or other information on this somewhere, on which we can
look up a Y or mtDNA type and find its "mate"?
I thought someone asked yesterday but I haven't seen an answer. Thanx!
Carol Botteron <>
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