sexta-feira, 6 de março de 2009

J1 clusters and DYS 385 frequencies

DYS385 is a multi-copy marker, and includes DYS385a and DYS385b
In terms of the YHRD J1 haplotypes and candidates we can infer that:
DYS 385 13,19 is more frequent in the Semitic and Berber populations
DYS 385 12,18 is more frequent in the Caucasian populations

DYS 385 13,19

19 of 155 Sfax, Tunisia [Tunisian] Afroeurasian - Semitic Africa
18 of 61 Marche, Italy [Tunisian] Afroeurasian - Semitic Europe
14 of 100 Damascus, Syria [Syrian] Afroeurasian - Semitic Asia
13 of 126 Kuwait [Kuwaiti] Afroeurasian - Semitic Asia
10 of 44 Figuig, Morocco [Arab] Afroeurasian - Semitic Africa
9 of 130 Rabat, Morocco [Arabs] Afroeurasian - Semitic Africa
9 of 102 Oran, Algeria [Arab] Afroeurasian - Semitic Africa
8 of 54 Tunis, Tunisia [Tunisian] Afroeurasian - Semitic Africa
6 of 61 Marche, Italy [Moroccan] Afroeurasian - Semitic Europe
6 of 52 Sohag, Upper Egypt [Egyptian] Afroeurasian - Semitic Africa
6 of 52 Qena, Upper Egypt [Egyptian] Afroeurasian - Semitic Africa
5 of 70 Assiut, Upper Egypt [Egyptian] Afroeurasian - Semitic Africa
4 of 113 Syria [Syrian] Afroeurasian - Semitic Asia
4 of 132 Tunisia [Andalusian Arab] Afroeurasian - Semitic Africa
3 of 47 Ahvaz, Iran [Arab] Afroeurasian - Semitic Asia
2 of 102 Adana, Southern Turkey [Eti] Afroeurasian - Semitic Asia
2 of 63 Tripolis, Libyan Arab Jamahiriya [Libyan] Afroeurasian - Semitic Africa
2 of 173 Ethiopia [Amharic] Afroeurasian - Semitic Africa
2 of 83 Egypt [Egyptian] Afroeurasian - Semitic Africa
1 of 23 El Minia, Upper Egypt [Egyptian] Afroeurasian - Semitic Africa

10 of 69 Rabat, Morocco [Berber] Afroeurasian - Berber Africa
5 of 52 Figuig, Morocco [Berber] Afroeurasian - Berber Africa
4 of 109 Belgium [Moroccan Berber] Afroeurasian - Berber Europe

This particular haplotype is found from Egypt to Morocco, a perfect match in 17 markers !
n 19 389i 389ii 390 391 392 393 385 438 439 437 448 456 458 635 ygatah4
15 14 13 30 23 11 11 12 13,19 10 11 14 20 14 18.2 21 11 >>

7 of 61 Marche, Italy [Tunisian] Afroeurasian - Semitic Europe
3 of 61 Marche, Italy [Moroccan] Afroeurasian - Semitic Europe
3 of 102 Oran, Algeria [Arab] Afroeurasian - Semitic Africa
1 of 44 Figuig, Morocco [Arab] Afroeurasian - Semitic Africa
1 of 70 Assiut, Upper Egypt [Egyptian] Afroeurasian - Semitic Africa

DYS 385 12,18 in Caucasian Populations

12 of 26 Dagestan, Russian Federation [Dargin] Eurasian - Caucasian Asia
5 of 22 Dagestan, Russian Federation [Rutuls] Eurasian - Caucasian Asia
1 of 72 Azerbaijan [Azerbaijani] Eurasian - Caucasian Asia

DYS 385 12,18 in Semitic Populations

4 of 126 Kuwait [Kuwaiti] Afroeurasian - Semitic Asia
2 of 83 Egypt [Egyptian] Afroeurasian - Semitic Africa
1 of 132 Tunisia [Andalusian Arab] Afroeurasian - Semitic Africa
1 of 47 Ahvaz, Iran [Arab] Afroeurasian - Semitic Asia
1 of 52 Qena, Upper Egypt [Egyptian] Afroeurasian - Semitic Africa
1 of 173 Ethiopia [Amharic] Afroeurasian - Semitic Africa
1 of 128 Sanaa, Yemen [Yemeni] Afroeurasian - Semitic Asia
1 of 100 Damascus, Syria [Syrian] Afroeurasian - Semitic Asia
1 of 54 Tunis, Tunisia [Tunisian] Afroeurasian - Semitic Africa
1 of 102 Oran, Algeria [Arab] Afroeurasian - Semitic Africa
1 of 63 Tripolis, Libyan Arab Jamahiriya [Libyan] Afroeurasian - Semitic Africa

DYS 385 13,19 Caucasian Populations

1 14 13 29 23 10 11 12 13,19 -1 -1 -1 -1 -1 -1 -1 -1 >>
1 14 14 32 23 10 11 12 13,19 -1 -1 -1 -1 -1 -1 -1 -1 >>
1 15 14 28 23 10 10 14 13,19 -1 -1 -1 -1 -1 -1 -1 -1 >>
1 15 14 29 23 10 10 14 13,19 -1 -1 -1 -1 -1 -1 -1 -1 >>
1 16 12 28 24 10 11 13 13,19 -1 -1 -1 -1 -1 -1 -1 -1 >>

1 of 22 Dagestan, Russian Federation [Rutuls] Eurasian - Caucasian Asia
1 of 100 Armenia [Armenian] Eurasian - Caucasian Asia
1 of 77 Georgia [Georgian] Eurasian - Caucasian Asia
1 of 26 Dagestan, Russian Federation [Dargin] Eurasian - Caucasian Asia
1 of 72 Azerbaijan [Azerbaijani] Eurasian - Caucasian Asia

DYS 385 13,15 in J1e “Cohanin”

DYS 385 12,19 and 12,20 are proportionally more frequent among the Western Iberian J1b M365+ haplotypes than in any other cluster.


J1b Cluster Family, M365+ haplotypes and candidates:
http://tinyurl.com/b8tds9

Um comentário:

Ponto disse...

Hello mate
Graeme Duncan here. I am not sure but you sound like you hate Jews and Arabs, maybe I am mistaken. I am Maltese in origin, I am J1e. I was upset finding out I belonged to J let alone J1. Nothing to do with Semitic groups just the fact they originate wholly outside Europe. I didn't want to be E haplogroup either; too African. Well at least we two do not belong to common European haplogroups like R1b which incidentally is Southwest Asian in origin, its parent R1 is thought to be about 18,000 years old.
My haplotype is like those of most European J1s, similar to Jews. I have no known Jewish or Arabian ancestry. North African could be on the cards as I am Maltese and the country still uses an evolved Siculo-Arabic got from Sicilian Berbers. I checked YHRD. No-one matches me on 17 markers. I get only three matches. One on 12 markers with a European Argentinian from Mendoza, and three matches on 11 markers with 3 North Portuguese men who I presume are Caucasian Europeans. I don't match any Jews or Arabs. My haplotype is 14,13,30,23,10,11,12,14/18,10,11,14,20,14,18,20,11

Interesting that the informative marker 388 is left out. Jew and Europeans are 16, Arabians/North Africans are 17. I am 16.