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Okirus
11-08-14, 02:35
According to Serbian DNA project, haplogroup J2b1 - M205 is represented with 5,86% (July, 2014.), or 31/529 tested persons (Serbs, Croats and muslims).

Characteristic markers for our "Balkan cluster" is DYS392=12 and DYS437=14.
Similar haplotypes are found amoung Bulgarians (seven persons), Romanians (one person), Hungarians (one person), Czechs (one person), Italians (one person), Germans (two persons) and English (one person).
Our biggest problem is that we have only two guys with 67 tested markers, so it is hard to say when and where lived our most distant ancestor.

It seems that we were isolated from others J2b1 M205 branches, because closest haplotypes to our group is two French and one Greek (same ancestor before around 4000 years).

What do you think about this haplogroup and this "Balkan cluster"?

Yetos
12-08-14, 01:18
The table below shows the relative frequencies of people who have DNA tested (from FTDNA RAO database. Data may be incomplete).


Country

12 Markers
25 markers
37 markers


Greece
501
109 (21%)
85 (17%)


Bulgaria
76




Albania
18




Croatia
147




Serbia
46








788




Slovenia
92




Romania
365






1245










England
16030
11134 (69%)
8082 (50%)


Ireland
8979
5607 (62%)
4443 (49%)


United Kingdom
7358
3832 (52%)
2879 (39%)


Scotland
7213
5068 (70%)
3977 (55%)


Wales
1308
811 (62%)
611 (47%)




40888

26452 (65%)









Germany
7765
3386 (44%)



France
2185
865 (40%)



Spain
2119
692 (32%)



Netherlands
1074
406 (38%)



Denmark
559




Switzerland
1116
598 (54%)



Poland
2356
873 (37%)



Italy
2290
587 (26%)
474 (21%)


Ukraine
980




Slovakia
349




Czech Republic
358




Turkey
266




Mexico
601
135 (22%)










in the above watch the scotish % of 37marks

and also watch this


http://www.j2-ydnaproject.org/j2b1_37_6_9_08.gif

cluster diagram shows Balkans until today.