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    New site about haplogroup T

    Hello all,

    Ive published my research about Y-Chromosome Haplogroup T-M70 and K*-M9(xNotSubtyped) in Turk Populations and Altai Originated Populations in Central Asia, East Asia, Middle East, Caucasus, Balkans and Europe.

    At http://www.ydnam70.com you can read all the data that are available. Like also written in the website, if you are interested in the subtyping proces of the K*-M9(xNotSubtyped) results of tens of academic studies, please contact me. For more information read the website.

    I also created a new map of haplogroup T-M70 and K*-M9(xNotSubtyped). If you click on a button a popup window will come with details of the data.
    The map is available at http://www.ydnam70.comand http://www.ydnam70.com/Harita/worldmap3a.php.

    Greeting
    Last edited by TurkmenCopur; 17-10-10 at 22:23.

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