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Ysengrin
26-03-18, 11:31
Hello everyone,

I infortunately find only little informations about the U3 group, this group seems to be not very common. I a U3a2 and i want to know if my group and his subclade where already present in neolithic Europe.

Thank you !

Johane Derite
26-03-18, 13:48
Hey, I've also had the same problem with little information about U1 as a haplogroup. I have definitely seen U3 and U3a in some of the
spreadsheets that i've gone through. I would recommend you also go through them and maybe make a U3 folder on your computer where you
can archive them.

Start with the U1 thread because I know for sure that I saw U3:

https://www.eupedia.com/forum/threads/34849-mtdna-Haplogroup-U1-General?highlight=u1a1a



I also saw at U3 in this paper, but it had no U1 so its not in that thread. Even though the paper is
behind a paywall, the spreadsheets with haplogroups are actually downloadable in the supplementary
information section.

https://www.nature.com/articles/nature25738#supplementary-information



Good luck

Angela
26-03-18, 15:42
Hello everyone,

I infortunately find only little informations about the U3 group, this group seems to be not very common. I a U3a2 and i want to know if my group and his subclade where already present in neolithic Europe.

Thank you !

You can find Maciamo's analysis of it here.

https://www.eupedia.com/europe/Haplogroup_U3_mtDNA.shtml

Ysengrin
26-03-18, 16:29
Thank you Johane Derite and Angela