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From: "Steven C. Perkins" <>
Subject: RE: [DNA] Guess the mtDNA! (no teddy bear prize, sorry)
Date: Thu, 12 May 2005 07:32:35 -0500
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How about this one listed as H* by FTDNA:
16519C
152C
263G
309.1C
309.2C
315.1C

There are now 5 of us with this set in FTDNA's database. In the new H
sub-clade chart, I see 16519 and 152 in H2c and H8 but with out my
other entries.

Thanks,

Steven C. Perkins



At 07:10 AM 5/12/2005, you wrote:
>Anne,
>It is H5. Except for the 309.1C I see this as classic H5a1. Most H5a1 do
>not have the 309.1C but there is at least one exact match to this haplotype
>in Mitosearch that is declared as H5a1. Take a look at Mitosearch ID Y6UKP.
>
>We are of course looking at the HVR tea leaves and would need to look at
>4336 and 15833 to nail down whether it is H5a or H5a1.
>
>Eldon
>
>
>-----Original Message-----
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>Sent: Thursday, May 12, 2005 12:52 AM
>To:
>Subject: Re: [DNA] Guess the mtDNA! (no teddy bear prize, sorry)
>
>II think this is H, although I couldn't tell you why, and I admit mtDNA is
>still a weak spot for me. Anybody that can tell me for sure the haplogroup
>is my hero(ine). Thanks!
>
>Anne
>
>16304C
> 263G
> 309.1C
> 315.1C
> 456T
> 522-
> 523-
>
>
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