sexta-feira, 22 de novembro de 2013

Full Genomes results

185 new SNPs (FGC5990-FGC6175) !
If every new SNP can represent circa de 90 years (or 3 generations), so 185X90= 16.650 years in the specific history of my J1 lineage (Z2215 and M365).
The kit travelled via Brazil, United States, BGI China and the results are here !
Congratulations to Full Genomes!

sábado, 2 de novembro de 2013

New Iranian J1b M365 types from the new Afghan Hindu Kush article

Afghan Hindu Kush: Where Eurasian Sub-Continent Gene Flows Converge, Di Cristofato et al, with Roy King, Peter Underhill and Jacques Chiaroni (2013). Now they tested 43 markers with 186 Iranian haplotypes. Total J1 = 23 - 12,3%.  J1c3 Page8 =12 – 6,4%.  J1 M267*=11 - 5.9%. A good progress in relation to the 2009 article of Jacques Chiaroni “ The emergence of Y-chromosome haplogroup J1e among Arabic-speaking populations” with 12 markers and 150 Iranian haplotypes, total J1=17 – 11%. J1e (J1c3)=13 -  8,6% and J1*=4 – 2,6%.  Sergio Toffanelli and Nadia Al-Zahery previously reported to had found some Qatari and Marsh Arabs J1c3d types with M365 positive, but it’s a parallel simultaneous mutation or a lab error. M365 is negative to P58 at FTDNA and 23andMe labs and also negative to L136 according to FTDNA J1 phylogenetic tree. The STR haplotypes are completely different and the J1b M365 STR modal is quite easily recognizable and unique  in any J1 database. 393=13, 390=22, 19=15, 388=16, YCAII=21/22. Unfortunately (again) they don’t  mention M365, so they can’t understand the complete J1 phylogenetic tree from Iran.

We can find at least 4 haplotypes in the new paper
J-M267 IR2_39 Esfahan
J-M267 IR4_9 Khorasan
J-M267 IR7_2 South Iran
J-M267 IR8_12 Teheran

 The cluster

43 markers
Semnan - Iran - SMGF
Fars- Iran - SMGF
Tehran - Iran - SMGF
Ferrere - Reunion - Portugal- SMGF
Gonçalves - Brazil - Portugal - SMGF
Leon - Peru - SMGF
Oliveira - Brazil - Portugal - FTDNA
Ley - England - FTDNA
J-M267 IR2_39 Esfahan
J-M267 IR4_9 Khorasan
J-M267 IR7_2 South Iran
J-M267 IR8_12 Teheran
(obs. corrections only in DYS464 in Ir2_39 and 442 (-5) to match the FTDNA pattern)
They would share a common ancestor in the last 1600-2000 years (modal TMRCA) connecting Iranian populations with the Atlantic Western Iberian and Brazilian individuals.