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    J2 Haplogroup in ethnic Uyghurs

    This study of 2010 tests nearly all the ethnic groups in Northwest China, and Uyghur ethnicity has the frequnecy 34% of J2, and Uzbeks are 30% of J2 whereas Tajiks are high in R1a1. The resource is
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    Y-DNA Haplogroups in Tatarstan

    Y-DNA haplogroups in ethnic Tatars of Tatarstan, Russia. Reference: Trofimov, the variability of mitochondrial DNA and Y-DNA in populations of Volga-Ural region, 03.02.07, P.111, Institute of Biochemistry & Genetics, Russia. (Original paper is available by me; if you need it, I can send.)
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    J2 Haplogroup in ethnic Uyghurs

    Frequency of YDNA haplogroups in ethnic Uyghurs (Central Asia/Northwest China, East Turkestan); J2 seems to be high among ethnic Uyghurs, and several paragroups are also present among them: J2: 34% K*: 18% R1a: 16% H: 8% O*: 6% C: 4% O3: 4% Q1: 4% D*: 2% N: 2% R*: 2%
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    J2 Haplogroup in ethnic Uzbeks

    Y-DNA haplogroup J2 frequency in ethnic Uzbeks in Central Asia: J2= 30,4% K*= 26% R1a= 13% G= 6,8% N= 8,6% D*= 4.3% J*=4.3% O3= 4,3% * paragroups; For example, J* means neither J1 nor J2; it's a direct subclade of J haplogroup. On the other hand, in ethnic Tajiks, R1a1 is more common, and...
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    Y-DNA haplogroups of ancient civilizations

    We need more ancient DNA samples. It's early to comment about ancient civilisations via haplogroups...
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    G2a origins: what to believe?

    G2a seems to be older than R1a in Europe.
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    G2a Indo European?

    Some subclades of G2a might be related to I.E., but not all of them.
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    Why Indo-Europeans have different Haplogroups?

    Avars, Huns, Bulgars, Kumans, Pechenegs, Oghuz, Hungarians, Tatars, Ottomans and Mongol invasions might have brought many other haplogroups from Central Asia and Ural-Volga region.
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    Y haplogroup and autism

    I don't think it is related to haplogroups.
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    The very interesting haplogroup j1b

    J1 is not exactly Semitic, but it is also seen among Caucasians, Europeans and Turks. J1 has so many SNPs, subclades; and a few of subclades are related to Arabs and Jews whereas several other SNPs are related to other ethnicities.
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    J-L243 what does it mean ?

    J2-L243 is an old SNP under J2-L24, which is also seen in Central Asians as well. And according to Big Y results, L243 formed around 8500 years ago. J-L243 is more common in Eastern/Central Europe, but it is slightly seen in West Asia, Central Asia and South Asia as well. In Turkey, J-L243 is...
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    How did Haplogroup N reach Anatolia?

    Historically Migration Waves to Anatolia: First of all, Kypchaks migrating from east to west caused some Oghuz tribes to move south (Khwarezm and Transoxiana) whereas Pechenegs moved westward (Europe). Oghuz tribes encountered with Ghaznavids and had war called "Battle of Dandanaqan" and they...
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    Jewish people, where they are from?

    It is interesting that Jewish people all over the world don't descend from the same origin, and they have different haplogroups in their genetic pool. In fact, it is the same with all races on earth, but Judaism seems to focus more on the roots. Though this, it is strange to observe so many...
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    New migration map of haplogroup R1a1a

    I believe the maps will be updated with time because new Y-DNA samples from the archeological works will make everything more clear.