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    At the home page(eupedia.com/europe/european_y-dna_haplogroups.shtml) of Eupedia it is written that haplogroup T-M70 is found in Azerbaijan with 11%. Could the administrator please tell me the source of the study(study name, author name, etc.) where T-M70 is found in Azerbaijan with 11%? And is this result found with the testing of Snp markers? Or only with Str marker prediction?

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    Sorry for the late reply, but I am very busy.

    The 11% is for both K and T. I did not separate the two haplogroups as in the vast majority of cases in Europe and the Middle East, hg K is actually T.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Maciamo View Post
    Sorry for the late reply, but I am very busy.

    The 11% is for both K and T. I did not separate the two haplogroups as in the vast majority of cases in Europe and the Middle East, hg K is actually T.
    So the 11% is the K*-M9(xNotSubtyped)result of the Nasidze et al paper?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TurkmenCopur View Post
    So the 11% is the K*-M9(xNotSubtyped)result of the Nasidze et al paper?
    If my memory serves me, yes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maciamo View Post
    If my memory serves me, yes.
    Did you read the topic "YDNAM70.COM RECORDS AND MAP OF HAPLOGROUP T-M70 AND K*-M9(xNotSubtyped)"? What do you think of the T-M70 AND K*-M9(xNotSubtyped) data?

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    The FTDNA Project for Azerbaijan does not have any K or T member yet, but the the Armenian Project has 12 T members and no a single K. This confirms that there is probably no K* left in the Caucasus region (or if any, only traces).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maciamo View Post
    The FTDNA Project for Azerbaijan does not have any K or T member yet, but the the Armenian Project has 12 T members and no a single K. This confirms that there is probably no K* left in the Caucasus region (or if any, only traces).
    In my research i also found that one Azeri Turk(not in the project website and there are few Azeri Turk participants at Ftdna) at Ftdna has T-M70.

    Earlier i also mailed, Dr. Nasidze, if subtyping of the Azeri Turk samples was possible, but the answer was no unfortunately. I also think that the 11% K*-M9 results in Azerbaijan do belong to T-M70.

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