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macman
22-01-20, 23:51
Origin and where is most common ?
I2a I2-PF3573(I2-PF3876, I2-L460//PF3647/S238)

Kelmendasi
23-01-20, 00:14
PF3573, PF3876, L460, PF3647 and S238 are all SNPs that define I2a. This group is ~21,500 years old with the TMRCA living ~20,900 years ago, meaning that it originated during the Upper Paleolithic, in Europe. It's best that you do further testing as I2a is way too old to give any useful information.

macman
23-01-20, 00:29
PF3573, PF3876, L460, PF3647 and S238 are all SNPs that define I2a. This group is ~21,500 years old with the TMRCA living ~20,900 years ago, meaning that it originated during the Upper Paleolithic, in Europe. It's best that you do further testing as I2a is way too old to give any useful information.

Thanks , i just know that is West European...I2-L460 (I2-PF3573)
This is from morley predictor.
Officialy not tested.

(most likely)I2a I2-PF3573 (I2-PF3876, I2-L460)
I I-PF3618 (I-CTS10058, I-CTS11441)
R1 R-PF6007 (R-F211, R-F378)

macman
26-01-20, 18:31
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