mtDNA Haplogroup K1a Phylotree History Phylotree.org is the maternal (mtDNA) tree of humanity. It is maintained by Dr. Mannis Van Oven. Each build is a major update to the tree Haplogroup K makes up a sizeable fraction of European and West Asian mtDNA lineages. It is now known it is actually a subclade of haplogroup U8b'K, and is believed to have first arisen in northeastern Italy. Haplogroup UK shows some evidence of being highly protective against AIDS progression
L'haplogroupe K est originaire d'Asie occidentale et est une sous-clade de l'haplogroupes U8b qui apparu il y a entre 20.000 et 38.000 ans. Sur base de l'ADN préhistorique testé à ce jour, il semblerait que l'haplogroupe K était absent parmi les chasseurs-cueilleurs qui vivaient en Europe occidentale et centrale avant la période néolithique Haplogroup K originated in West Asia as a subclade of haplogroup U8b some time between 20,000 and 38,000 years ago. Based on ancient DNA tests, haplogroup K appears to have been absent among the Western Hunter-Gatherers (WHG) who occupied western and central Europe before the Neolithic period Haplogroupe A (Y-ADN) N!xau (1943-2003): Haplogroupe (K1a, K1b ou K1c). Le nouveau sous-programme a été nommé K1ö pour Ötzi qui s'est avéré être Y-ADN haplogroup G-M201. Le terme réel utilisé était G2a4, mais la mutation L91 présumée a depuis reçu une nouvelle catégorie, G-M201 , . Le squelette attribué à Richard III, roi d'Angleterre, révèle qu'il appartenait à.
Haplogroup K makes up a sizeable fraction of European and West Asian mtDNA lineages. It is now known it is actually a subclade of haplogroup U8b'K, and is believed to have first arisen in northeastern Italy. Haplogroup UK shows some evidence of being highly protective against AIDS progression. Subclades of K. K (mtDNA) K1 (mtDNA) K1a (mtDNA Haplogroupe N1 a été trouvé dans la culture de Maïkop (ou celle de Novosvobodnaya adjacente) par Nedoluzhko et coll. (2015), tandis que les restes de la culture Yamna dans la Steppe pontique contenaient déjà les haplogroupes N1a1a et I1a. L'haplogroupe I n'a pas été trouvé dans les vestiges néolithiques d'Europe à ce jour. Il fait son apparition tout d'abord en Catalogne. C'est notamment le cas des sous-groupes K1a1b1a, K1a9,d K2a2a et N1b. L'étude des haplogroupes du chromosomes Y est beaucoup plus intéressante que ceux de l'ADN mitochondrial pour deux raisons. Tout d'abord, le chromosome Y est une séquence de 60 millions de « caractères » (nucléobases), contre seulement 16.569 pour l'ADNmt
Ces agriculteurs néolithiques appartenaient à l'haplogroupe H5, ainsi que J1c, K1a, N1a, T2 et X2, qui ont tous été trouvées parmi les échantillons néolithiques d'Europe et d'Anatolie, et se trouvent également dans tout le Moyen-Orient aujourd'hui. Une autre expansion néolithique a débuté dans les Balkans, commençant en Thessalie vers 6500 avant notre ère et se propageant dans un. It is provided at the request of readers. Haplogroup K1a4a1 is a branch on the maternal tree of human kind. Its age is between 7,300 and 11,900 years (Behar et al., 2012b). National Geographic Geno 2.0 Tex
Age: Undetermined Origin: Undetermined Variants: T11017C FTDNA Tree: Link Parent Branch: K1a Descendant branch(s): K1a5a K1a5b . YFull Info Name: K1a5 Age: 13800 to 12000 ybp [95% CI] Expansion: 15500 to 7600 ybp [95% CI] Variants: T11017C. Note: This information does not imply an endorsement of YFull or their methods. It is provided at the request of readers. Haplogroup K1a5 is a branch on. Haplogroup K1a4d is a branch on the maternal tree of humanity. mtDNA Haplogroup K1a4d Phylotree History. Phylotree.org is the maternal (mtDNA) tree of humanity. It is maintained by Dr. Mannis Van Oven. Each build is a major update to the tree. The current build is #17. Build# Called Variants (Mutations) Notes ; 05: K1a4d: 723C 11071 15355: Released 8 Jul 2009: 06: K1a4d: 723C 11071 15355. Haplogroup LT or L298/P326, also known as K1 (and previously as Haplogroup K2), is a Y-chromosome DNA haplogroup. Its defining SNP mutations are L298 and P326. No confirmed cases of the basal paragroup LT* have been identified among living males or human remains Haplogroup K2a (M2308, Z4842) is a human Y-chromosome DNA haplogroup. K2a is a primary subclade of haplogroup K2 (M526), which in turn is a primary descendant of haplogroup K (M9). Its sole primary descendant is haplogroup K-M2313 (M2313, Z4858 S11799).. Your haplogroup(s): discovery & practical meaning. GIFT SHOP: http://www.cafepress.com/rftre
Un haplogroupe assez courant et diversifié en Europe, le H regroupe tous les originaires du Proche-Orient et de la région du Caucase. Seule, l'ethnie représentant les Samis de la Laponie sur le territoire européen, dispose d'un très faible pourcentage d'haplogroupe H. Mais en général, pour toute l'Europe, la proportion du groupe est située entre 40 et 50%. Les régions à H. . T is found in approximately 10% of native Europeans. It is also common among modern day Iranians En génétique humaine, l'haplogroupe E (E-M96) est un haplogroupe du chromosome Y. Il s'agit de l'une des deux branches principales de l'haplogroupe plus ancien DE, l'autre étant l'haplogroupe D. Le clade E-M96 est divisé en deux sous-clades principaux: le plus commun E-P147 et le moins commun E-M75. Distribution géographique. Il est l'haplogroupe le plus commun en Afrique, où il serait.
Haplogroupe K est censé avoir son origine dans le milieu du paléolithique supérieur, entre environ 30 000 et il y a 22.000 ans. Il est le plus subclade commun de haplogroupe U8B. avec un âge d' environ c. 12.000 ans BP. Distribution. la distribution de fréquence spatiale prévue pour haplogroup K. Haplogroupe K apparaît en Europe centrale, l' Europe du Sud, Europe du Nord, l' Afrique du. The K1a1b1a subclade is under the U'K haplogroup and descends from K1a1b1, which is thought to be an 11,500-year-old European subclade of mostly non Jewish origins. Haplogroup K falls under the old U8 grouping. Some of the Basque people of Spain and France fall under the U8a subclade within U8. K1a1b1a is a U8b subclade within U8, with several downstream variations. Ötzi, a mummy who was.
Haplogroup K and Subclades Haplogroup Parent Haplogroup Publication Defining SNPs 23andMe Genoset deCodeMe Genoset Full Genomic Sequence (FTDNA and Argus Bio) U8b'K: U8: G9055A C14167T: gs1108: K: U8b' While haplogroup K is common among Northwestern Europeans in modern populations, it seems to have been absent from Europe prior to the Neolithic, and diffused into the region with early farmers and herders. These Neolithic farmers and herders are also likely to be responsible for the expansion of the haplogroup into the Caucasus and Central Asia. Subclades. K1 K1a K1a1 : found in central and. Parent Branch: K1a Descendant branch(s): K1a3a Background Haplogroup K1a3 is a branch on the maternal tree of human kind. Its age is between 7,600 and 14,700 years (Behar et al. 2012b). I know those don't provide a lot, but at least it's something. Last edited by KATM; 2 November 2019, 10:13 PM. Comment. Post Cancel. KATM. mtDNA: K1a3 / YDNA: R-FGC46379. Join Date: Nov 2012; Posts: 1738; Share.
Haplogroup K is a human mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) haplogroup. It is defined by the HVR1 mutations 16224C and 16311C. Contents. 1 Origin; 2 Distribution; 3 Ancient DNA; 4 Subclades. 4.1 Tree; 5 Genetic traits; 6 In popular culture; 7 See also; 8 References; 9 External links; Origin . Haplogroup K is believed to have originated in the mid-Upper Paleolithic, between about 30,000 and 22,000 years. Apr 13, 2014 - Map of Haplogroup K (MtDNA), specifically K1a, per FamilyTreeDNA members' European countries of origin
Haplogroup assignments can even be traced back to specific languages. That DNA evidence is often corroborated by the fossil record. Our oldest fossils date back 200,000 years and were found in Omo Kibish in Ethiopia. According to genetic and paleontological records, Homo sapiens only began migrating out of Africa 60,000-70,000 years ago moving into the Eurasian continent. Some of these. Haplogroup N is found in all parts of the world but has low frequencies in Sub-Saharan Africa. According to a number of studies, the presence of Haplogroup N in Africa is most likely the result of back migration from Eurasia. The oldest clades of macrohaplogroup N are found in Asia and Australia. It would be paradoxical that haplogroup N had traveled all the distance to Australia or New World.
Haplogroup H is the most common and most diverse maternal lineage in Europe, in most of the Near East and in the Caucasus region. The Saami of Lapland are the only ethnic group in Europe who have low percentages of haplogroup H, varying from 0% to 7%. The frequency of haplogroup H in Europe usually ranges between 40% and 50%. The lowest frequencies are observed in Cyprus (31%), Finland (36%. . Apparently it's pretty rare among their customers, with only 1 in a quarter million having it. My father's father's side is still quite unknown but I do know that he comes from Scandinavia and probably has Ashkenazic Jewish ancestry. Does anyone else here have this haplogroup and what information/history do. Origin. It is the most common subclade of haplogroup U8b, and it has an estimated age of c. 12,000 years BP.. Distribution. Haplogroup K appears in West Eurasia, North Africa, and South Asia and in populations with such an ancestry. Haplogroup K is found in approximately 10% of native Europeans. Overall mtDNA Haplogroup K is found in about 6% of the population of Europe and the Near East, but. well as J1c, K1a, N1a, T2 and X2, all of which have been found in ancient Neolithic samples from Europe and Anatolia, and . are also found throughout the Middle East today. Another Neolithic.
Highly discrepant proportions of female and male Scandinavian and British Isles ancestry within the Faroe Island Haplogroup K is a human mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) haplogroup. It is defined by the HVR1 mutations 16224C and 16311C. Haplogroup K (mtDNA) - WikiMili, The Free Encyclopedia - WikiMili, The Free Encyclopedi . Sa présence relativement importante au Proche-Orient donnent à penser qu'il est antérieur à la migration du Néolithique à l'Europe. La plupart des K1a4, K1a10, K1b, K1c et K2 sont typiquement d'origine européenne. K1a4 est également courant en Anatolie et en Grèce, et aurait.
If you have participated in the National Geographic Genographic project or had DNA testing that places you in Haplogroup K, welcome. If any of your relatives are a K, or if you are just curious.. mtDNA Haplogroup K Project Forum; If this is your first visit, be sure to check out the FAQ by clicking the link above. You I haven't listed the six basic mutations virtually every K has, or 497T which defines K1a, or 195C which defines the group which also includes K1a9. But especially I haven't defined the three branches by the number of pairs of 524 insertions per haplotype. Behar didn.
mtDNA Haplogroup Determination. Consensus sequences were called using samtools and bcftools (Li et al. 2009), requiring a support of at least three reads and using a majority rule. Haplogroups were determined using haplogrep tool (Kloss-Brandstätter et al. 2011) (supplementary table S5, Supplementary Material online). Ancient DNA Authenticit mtDNA haplogroup K has been traditionally defined by HVR1 mutations 16224C and 16311C. Virtually all K's also have 16519C and HVR2 mutations 073G, 263G, and 315.1C. The latter three show up because the Cambridge Reference Sequence (CRS) is in the minority for those loci. 16519C has been called a hotspot; but that does not mean, at least for K, that it mutates often. It simply means that. mtDNA Haplogroup K (Katrine's Clan) Website - mtDNA Test Results for Members. The table below shows each project member's kit number and their tested mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) results. According to the project's settings, it may also display the earliest known ancestor of each project member. Following scientific standards, FamilyTreeDNA compares all mtDNA results to the RSRS. The earliest. A complete haplogroupe has a format like H7b6, each digit or letter being a modification of a previous haplogroup. So, H7b6 is a modification of H7b which a version of H7, a descendant of H. There can be many subgroups. Thus, there are H1 and H86, H1a and H1ae, etc. Also, there is HV as an initial letter. In some cases, the subgroup is named by adding or removing a SNP, which gives for example. Haplogroup K splits into two subclades, K1 and K2. K1 represents about 89% of the haplogroup K population; K2 comprises about 11%. There are currently no regional correlations within the subclades; however, the haplogroup as a whole is found at high frequencies among the Ashkenazi Jews (32% of the haplogroup population). In particular, four Ashkenazi founding lineages were recently.
Somewhat surprisingly, it turns out that I belong to Y-chromosome haplogroup L (M168, M89, M9G, M11G), likely to an L1b subgroup (that is, markers M317 and M349), and (may be less surprisingly) to mtdna haplogroup U1a (usually characterized by HVR1 16189C and 16249C). My father is K1a*. My entry in ysearch. My entry in mitosearch. My full mtdna, also available in Genbank, accession number. De même les enfants BrA2 et BrA9 ont le même haplotype d'haplogroupe K1a. Ces résultats suggèrent donc des relations de parenté maternelles entre certains des individus de cette tombe multiple. Les tests d'ADN du chromosome Y ont porté sur 17 marqueurs STR. Les résultats obtenus sont seulement partiels: Seuls les individus BrA3 et BrA7 montrent des résultats sur plus de trois.
Haplogroup L-M20 is a human Y-DNA haplogroup, which is defined by SNPs M11, M20, M61 and M185. As a secondary descendant of haplogroup K and a primary branch of haplogroup LT, haplogroup L currently has the alternative phylogenetic name of K1a, and is a sibling of haplogroup T Maternal: Haplogroup H65, María García Martínez, b. 1746, Cuenca, Spain Manuel David Rabaez 1974, Manuel Rabaez 1948, Manuel Rabaez 1912, Antonio Rabay 1868, Antonio Rabay 1833, Manuel Rabay 1791, Manuel Rabay 1764, Pedro Rabai 1727, Pedro Joseph Rabai 1691, Giovanni Battista Rabai 1647, Jo. Domenicus Rabai 1609, Pietrus Rabai (work in progress...) The Following User Says Thank You to Ravai. mtDNA Haplogroup K Project. Progress Report at 1000 Members. June 2, 2008 . The mtDNA Haplogroup K Project at FamilyTreeDNA reached a major milestone on June 2, 2008, with 1000 members 29 months after its founding. 979 of the members are shown on the mtDNA Results tab on the K Project website.Twenty-one members on the Results tab tested their mtDNA with nine companies other than FTDNA **K1a10 and K1a10a** --- some notes K1a10 and K1a10a are European types. K1a10 branched from K1a after K1a came to Europe from Anatolia with the spread of farming. K1a10 branched from K1a..
Haplogroup R1a and its subgroups are predominantly found in eastern Europe and in western and central India and Asia. In eastern Europe, it is frequently associated with Slavic populations. Haplogroup R1b and its subgroups are predominantly found in western Europe and the British Isles. It is the most common haplogroup in Europe and a subgroup of R1b is believed by some researchers to be. As one veteran helper on the FamilyTree K mtDNA Haplogroup forum has said, mtDNA haplogroup K has been found by researchers to be associated with increased longevity and a reduced risk of Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, transient ischaemic attack (TIA), stroke, and thyroid cancer. The best branch of all is K1a, or anyone in any branch of K1a. Second best would be anyone in any other branch of K1.
Mitochondrial haplogroup T is thought to have originated around 29,000 years ago, probably in the East Mediterranean region. It is found throughout Europe, the Middle East and North Africa. Ancient DNA analyses of Mesolithic hunter-gatherers from Russia and Sweden indicate that the haplogroup was present in Europe prior to the expansion of farmers and herders during the Neolithic. Subclades. Les Kets sont à 93,8% du haplogroup-Y Q. Ils ont avec les Selkups (66,4%) aussi en Sibérie Centrale les 2 seuls peuples de l'ancien monde à avoir plus de 50% du haplogroupe Q qui est l'haplogroupe-Y des Amérindiens, souvent à plus de 95%, de mème pour les Esquimaux de l'ouest. A moins de 95% chez les Esquimaux de l'est (50% sur le détroit de Béring) et chez les peuples Amérindiens Na. ^ Haplogroup K2b (M1221/P331/PF5911) was previously known as Haplogroup MPS. ^ Haplogroup K2e (K-M147) was previously known as K2a and Haplogroup X. ^ Haplogroup K2b1 (P397/P399) has a complex internal structure, which is broader than the former Haplogroup MS haplogroup K1. The mutations typed by Rollo et al. are indi-cated by an arrow, which can only securely exclude membership of K1b. Although the transition at np 497 deﬁning all of K1a was known to the authors, they did not type it. Consequently, O¨tzi could lie almost anywhere within K1a, representing *80% of the entire haplogroup. Membership.
The haplogroup is one two primary branches of T (T-M184), the other subclade being T2 (T-PH110). As a secondary descendant of haplogroup K and a primary branch of haplogroup LT, haplogroup L currently has the alternative phylogenetic name of K1a, and is a sibling of haplogroup T (a.k.a. K1b). Additionally, fossils excavated at the Kelif el Boroud site near Rabat were found to carry the broadly. Is my haplogroup a mutation of X2 even through mine has a K1a in front? Haplogroup X2b4 is characterized by several distinctive mutations, as follows.Haplogroup or SubgroupRequired MutationsXT6221C, C6371T, A13966G, T14470C, T16189C!, C16278T!X2T195C!, G1719AX2bC8393T, G15927AX2b4G3705A Date: Wed, 14 Sep 2016 15:30:29 +0000 To: firstname.lastname@example.org The Rathlin males, all haplogroup R1b, combined with evidence provided by later genetic analysis of passage grave remains point decisively towards a population replacement - with haplogroup R males replacing the previous inhabitants of both Europe and the British Isles. In far western Ireland, haplogroup R and subgroups reach nearly 100% today. I would encourage you to read the two papers. Haplogroup K (mtDNA): | | | ||Haplogroup K|| | | | | |Pos... World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias available, and the most. Haplogroup R1* and R2* might have originated in southern Central Asia (between the Caspian and the Hindu Kush). A branch of R1 would have developed into R1b* then R1b1* in the northern part of the Middle East during the Ice Age. It presumptively moved to northern Anatolia and across the Caucasus during the early Neolithic, where it became R1b1b. The Near Eastern leftovers evolved into R1b1a.
In his popular book The Seven Daughters of Eve, Bryan Sykes named the originator of this mtDNA haplogroup Katrine.Analysis of the mtDNA of Ötzi the Iceman, the frozen mummy from 3300 BC found on the Austrian-Italian border, has shown that Ötzi belongs to the K1 subclade but that it cannot be categorized into any of the three modern branches of that subclade (K1a, K1b or K1c) Haplogroup K2-M70 has been detected in 7.2% of men (10 of 139 individuals) in a sample of modern Iraqis and 10.4% (21/201) of Somalis, which is much higher than its frequency in other populations. K2-M70 individuals, at some later point, proceeded south to Africa. These chromosomes are seen in relatively high frequencies in Egypt, Oman, Tanzania, Ethiopia, and Morocco and are especially. Origins and history of Haplogroup K (mtDNA Haplogroup N is a human mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) clade. A macrohaplogroup, its descendant lineages are distributed across many continents. Like its sibling macrohaplogroup M, macrohaplogroup N is a descendant of the haplogroup L3.. All mtDNA haplogroups found outside of Africa are descendants of either haplogroup N or its sibling haplogroup M. M and N are the signature maternal haplogroups. Haplogroup T-M184, also known as Haplogroup T is a human Y-chromosome DNA haplogroup.The UEP that defines this clade is the SNP known as M184.Other SNPs - M272, PAGES129, L810, L455, L452, and L445 - are considered to be phylogenetically equivalent to M184.As a primary branch of haplogroup LT (a.k.a. K1), the basal, undivergent haplogroup T* currently has the alternate phylogenetic name of.
La préhistoire de la Grande-Bretagne est la période comprise entre les premières occupations des hominines de l'île jusqu'à la conquête romaine en 43 apr. J.-C. lorsque le territoire entre dans le domaine de l'histoire écrite.. À cause de la localisation très septentrionale de la Grande-Bretagne, la majorité du territoire était inhabité par l'homme pendant les grandes périodes. Haplogroup K (mtDNA) Haplogroup K is a human genetics haplogroup of the mitochondria.. It is the most common subgroup of haplogroup U8 and has an estimated age of about 12,000 years. In Europe it is widespread especially around the Alps and in the British Isles; the Iceman Ötzi belonged to a subset of the mtDNA haplogroup K1 to which are currently no known survivors. The haplogroup is found.
I just looked and unfortunately mine is just K1a, however my mother's family has lineage tracing back to SE Poland I believe. level 1. 2 points · 1 hour ago. Interesting that you got such a detailed haplogroup assignment. One thing that I have noticed, but have not seen much discussion about, is that haplogroup assignments can be different depending on where you test and how well the sample. Y-DNA Haplogroup K and its Subclades - 2018. The entire work is identified by the Version Number and date given on the Main Page. Directions for citing the document are given at the bottom of the Main Page. Version History Last revision date for this specific page: 1 January 2018. Because of continuing research, the structure of the Y-DNA Haplogroup Tree changes and ISOGG does its best to keep. mtDNA Haplogroup K Project Forum; If this is your first visit, be sure to check out the FAQ by clicking the link above. You But the most likely place for you would be the very large K1a4a1 subclade. I created the K1a+195C Subgroup because of the difficulty of predicting haplotypes such as yours. Our three K Ashkenazi subclades all have either an HVR1 or HVR2 defining mutation. Of those. Maternal: Haplogroup K1a. Your maternal line stems from a branch of haplogroup K called K1a. K1a is a widespread haplogroup that traces back to a woman who lived nearly 20,000 years ago, right around the time of the last great peak of the Ice Age. As the Ice Age gradually loosened its grasp on the global climate in the next several millennia, K1a expanded in the Middle East. Women carrying the. This category organizes the direct maternal lines of full sequence testers within the alphabetical order of their mtDNA haplogroup. Earliest known direct maternal line ancestors may be sisters if they share the same maiden name, were born within the same generation (about 40 years), and are from the same geographical area
Haplogroup L is largely restricted to the Indian subcontinent, originating there some 30,000 ybp, and like haplogroup T, is relatively rare in Europe, with the highest frequencies being found in Southern Europe along the coast of the Mediterranean (Eupedia, 2011). The populations associated with these haplogroups developed farming, however these populations might not have been subjected to the. Mesolithic K1a didn't have the same geographic extent it has today. I think K1 and K1a were expanding, diversifying into new subclades, only within some populations of the 'East Mediterranean.' Anatolia Neolithic's mysterious 'UHG' ancestor was definitely one of those populations. There's actually already documentation of K1 in the Mesolithic 'East Mediterranean'. The first two mtDNA samples. This is a list of haplogroups of historic people.Haplogroups can be determined from the remains of historical figures, or derived from genealogical DNA tests of people who trace their direct maternal or paternal ancestry to a noted historical figure. Some contemporary notable figures have made their test results public in the course of news programs about this topic, and they may be included. In an enlarged Polish control group of 414 normal individuals, Gaweda-Walerych et al. detected 22 carriers of haplogroup K, including 15 of its subhaplogroup K1a and 2 of K1c. Hence 17/22 > ¾ is a conservative estimate of the K1 proportion of K. When applying this ¾ rule for estimating the K1 frequencies in different samples, we obtain compound frequency of 117/894 (13.1%) for N1a1b, J, and. In reality, of course, we are seeing here the effect of an almost unbelievable coincidence: on the one hand, C7927G is a confirmed phantom mutation that has affected several sequences from , and on the other hand, it acts as a real mutation defining a minor subhaplogroup of haplogroup K1a Haplogroup L3 arose close to 70,000 years ago, near the time of the recent out-of-Africa event.This dispersal originated in East Africa and expanded to West Asia, and further to South and Southeast Asia in the course of a few millennia, and some research suggests that L3 participated in this migration out of Africa. A 2007 estimate for the age of L3 suggested a range of 104-84,000 years ago