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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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    If you didnt see the results, i am posting some interesting results in this topic.

    Record Id : 49:
    Haplogroup K*-M9(xL*,N*,O1,O3c,P*)
    A Genetic landscape reshaped by recent events: Y-Chromosomal insights into Central Asia T. Zerjal 2002
    Mongol
    8/65
    12.3%
    Turan/Altai
    The Haplogroup isnot clear: it is K(xL*, N*,O1,O3c,P*) OR K(xL*,M2, N*,O2b,O3c,P*)

    Record Id : 51:
    Haplogroup K*-M9(xL*,N*,O1,O3c,P*)
    A Genetic landscape reshaped by recent events: Y-Chromosomal insights into Central Asia
    T. Zerjal 2002
    Turk
    Uygur
    5/33
    15.2%
    Turan/Altai
    The Haplogroup isnot clear: it is K(xL*, N*,O1,O3c,P*) OR K(xL*,M2, N*,O2b,O3c,P*)

    Record Id : 52:
    Haplogroup K*-M9(xL*,N*,O1,O3c,P*)
    A Genetic landscape reshaped by recent events: Y-Chromosomal insights into Central Asia
    T. Zerjal 2002
    Turk
    Kazak
    5/38
    13.2%
    Turan/Altai
    The Haplogroup isnot clear: it is K(xL*, N*,O1,O3c,P*) OR K(xL*,M2, N*,O2b,O3c,P*)

    Record Id : 74
    K*-M9(xN*,O*,P*)
    Male Demography in East Asia: A North–South Contrast in Human Population Expansion Times
    Y. Xue 2006
    East Turkistan
    Yili
    Turk
    Uygur
    5/39
    12.8%
    Turan/Altai

    Record Id : 98
    K*-M9(xN*,O*,P*)
    Y-Chromosome distributions among Populations in Northwest China identify significant contribution from Central Asian Pastoralists and lesser influence from Western Eurasians
    W.H. Shou 2010
    China
    North West
    Turk
    Uygur
    9/50
    18.0%
    Turan/Altai

    Record Id : 102
    K*-M9(xN*,O*,P*)
    Y-Chromosome distributions among Populations in Northwest China identify significant contribution from Central Asian Pastoralists and lesser influence from Western Eurasians
    W.H. Shou 2010
    China
    North West
    Turk
    Uzbek
    6/23
    26.1%
    Turan/Altai

    Record Id : 104
    K*-M9(xN*,O*,P*)
    Y-Chromosome distributions among Populations in Northwest China identify significant contribution from Central Asian Pastoralists and lesser influence from Western Eurasians
    W.H. Shou 2010
    China
    North West
    Bao’an
    6/27
    22.2%

    Record Id : 137
    K*-M9(xN*,O*,P*)
    Human Evolution in Siberia: from frozen Bodies to Ancient DNA
    E. Crubezy, C. Keyser 2010
    Siberia
    Yakutia
    Turk
    Yakut
    1
    Turan/Altai
    This Person is an Ancestor of ours. The Sample has been taken from the frozen body, with Id YAKa26, from 15th To 19th Century

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    Record Id : 37
    K*-M9(xL*, N1c, O*, P*)
    The Eurasian Heartland: A continental perspective on Y-Chromosome diversity S. Wells
    2001
    Turkmenistan
    Turk
    Oguz Turkmen
    4/30
    13.3%
    Turan/Altai

    Record Id : 40
    K*-M9(xL*, N1c, O*, P*)
    The Eurasian Heartland: A continental perspective on Y-Chromosome diversity S. Wells
    2001
    Uzbekistan
    Surkhandarya
    Turk
    Uzbek
    8/68
    11.8%
    Turan/Altai

    Record Id : 41
    K*-M9(xL*, N1c, O*, P*)
    The Eurasian Heartland: A continental perspective on Y-Chromosome diversity S. Wells
    2001
    Uzbekistan
    Khorezm
    Turk
    Uzbek
    6/70
    8.9%
    Turan/Altai

    Record Id : 46
    K*-M9(xL*, N1c, O*, P*)
    The Eurasian Heartland: A continental perspective on Y-Chromosome diversity
    S. Wells 2001
    Siberia
    Turk
    Tuvan
    11/42
    26.2%
    Turan/Altai

    Record Id : 88
    K*-M9(xL*,M*,N3,O*,P*)
    Paternal Population History of East Asia: Sources, patterns and microevolutionary processes
    T. Karafet 2001
    Turk
    Uygur
    4/68
    5.9%
    Turan/Altai

    Record Id : 89
    K*-M9(xL*,M*,N3,O*,P*)
    Paternal Population History of East Asia: Sources, patterns and microevolutionary processes
    T. Karafet 2001
    Mongol
    9/147
    6.1%
    Turan/Altai

    Record Id : 16
    K*-M9(xL*,N*,O1,O3,P*)
    Hierarchical patterns of global human Y-Chromosome Diversity
    M.F. Hammer 2001
    Mongolia, Siberia
    North Asia
    Turk, Mongol, Siberian
    148 Mongolians, 81 Buryats, 122 Selkups, 27 Forest Nentsi, 95 Evenks, and 22 Siberian Eskimos
    39/495
    7.9%
    Turan/Altai, Ural
    The Haplogroup isnot clear: it is K*-M9(xL*,N*,O1,O3,P*) OR yada K*-M9(xN3, P*)

    Record Id : 14
    K*-M9(xL*,N*,O1,O3,P*)
    Hierarchical patterns of global human Y-Chromosome Diversity
    M.F. Hammer 2001
    Turkmenistan, Tadjikistan, Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Altai Republic, East Turkistan
    Central Asia
    Turk
    45 Turkmen, 14 Tadjiks, 77 Uzbeks, 30 Kazakhs, 29 Altai, and 68 Uygurs
    20/263
    7.6%
    Turan/Altai
    The Haplogroup isnot clear: it is K*-M9(xL*,N*,O1,O3,P*) OR yada K*-M9(xN3, P*)

    Record Id : 1
    K*-M9(xN1c, O*, P*)
    Genetic relationships between Tuva population and neighboring populations in the Altai Region of Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region
    Y.K. Zhang 2009
    East Turkistan
    Altai Region Hanasi scenic spot
    Turk
    Tuvan
    27/51
    52%
    Turan/Altai
    Tuvan(grasses)

    Record Id : 2
    K*-M9(xN1c, O*, P*)
    Genetic relationships between Tuva population and neighboring populations in the Altai Region of Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region
    Y.K. Zhang
    2009
    East Turkistan
    Altai Region Hanasi scenic spot
    Turk
    Tuvan
    30/51
    59%
    Turan/Altai
    Tuvan(Kanas)

    Record Id : 3
    K*-M9(xN1c, O*, P*)
    Genetic relationships between Tuva population and neighboring populations in the Altai Region of Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region
    Y.K. Zhang 2009
    East Turkistan
    Altai Region Hanasi scenic spot
    Turk
    Tuvan
    7/48
    15%
    Turan/Altai
    Tuvan(white Haba)

    Record Id : 83
    K*-M9(xN1c, O*, P*)
    Origin and evolution of two Yugur sub-clans in Northwest China: a case study in paternal genetic landscape
    R. Zhou 2008
    East Turkistan
    Urumqi
    Turk
    Uygur
    6/49
    12.2%
    Turan/Altai

    Record Id : 84
    K*-M9(xN1c, O*, P*)
    Origin and evolution of two Yugur sub-clans in Northwest China: a case study in paternal genetic landscape
    R. Zhou 2008
    Su’nan Yugur Autonomous County East
    Turk
    Yugur
    7/45
    15.6%
    Turan/Altai

    Record Id : 85
    K*-M9(xN1c, O*, P*)
    Origin and evolution of two Yugur sub-clans in Northwest China: a case study in paternal genetic landscape
    R. Zhou 2008
    Su’nan Yugur Autonomous County West
    Turk
    Yugur
    6/52
    11.5%
    Turan/Altai

    Record Id : 153
    K*-M9(xN3,O*,P*)
    Y-SNP haplogroups in the Antalya population in Turkish Republic
    T. Serdar 2009
    Turkiye
    Antalya
    Turk
    Oguz Turkmen
    10/75
    13.3%
    Turan/Altai

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    Record Id : 121
    K*-M9(xN3,Q*,R1a,R1b,...)
    The Genetic Link of the Viking – Era Norse to Central Asia: An Assessment of the Y Chromosome DNA, Archaeological,Historical and Linguistic Evidence
    D.K. Faux 2007
    Turkiye a
    Turk
    Oguz Turkmen
    12/523
    2.3%
    Turan/Altai Its not clear if also other haplogroups are eliminated(there is a chance). The ... is because of this. Author tells that the K*-M9 results are probably(high chance) T-M70
    In fact, it is most probably that the K*-M9(xN3,Q*,R1a,R1b,...) results in Oguz Turkmen Population in Turkiye printed in the study of Dr. D.K. Faux, are equal to the T-M70 results in the study of Dr. Cengiz Cinnioğlu. So this indicates that there is a high chance that the other K*-M9(xN3,Q*,R1a,R1b,...) results in the study of Dr. D.K. Faux could also belong to T-M70.

    Record Id : 125
    K*-M9(xN3,Q*,R1a,R1b,...)
    The Genetic Link of the Viking – Era Norse to Central Asia: An Assessment of the Y Chromosome DNA, Archaeological,Historical and Linguistic Evidence
    D.K. Faux 2007
    Dungan 6/22
    27.3%
    Its not clear if also other haplogroups are eliminated(there is a chance). The ... is because of this. Author tells that the K*-M9 results are probably(high chance) T-M70

    Record Id : 129
    K*-M9(xN3,Q*,R1a,R1b,...)
    The Genetic Link of the Viking – Era Norse to Central Asia: An Assessment of the Y Chromosome DNA, Archaeological,Historical and Linguistic Evidence
    D.K. Faux
    2007
    Turk
    Tuvin
    11/42
    26.2%
    Turan/Altai
    Its not clear if also other haplogroups are eliminated(there is a chance). The ... is because of this. Author tells that the K*-M9 results are probably(high chance) T-M70.

    Record Id : 130
    K*-M9(xN3,Q*,R1a,R1b,...)
    The Genetic Link of the Viking – Era Norse to Central Asia: An Assessment of the Y Chromosome DNA, Archaeological,Historical and Linguistic Evidence
    D.K. Faux 2007
    Turk
    Uygur
    7/68
    10.3%
    Turan/Altai
    Its not clear if also other haplogroups are eliminated(there is a chance). The ... is because of this. Author tells that the K*-M9 results are probably(high chance) T-M70

    Record Id : 131
    K*-M9(xN3,Q*,R1a,R1b,...)
    The Genetic Link of the Viking – Era Norse to Central Asia: An Assessment of the Y Chromosome DNA, Archaeological,Historical and Linguistic Evidence
    D.K. Faux 2007
    Mongol
    8/65
    12%
    Turan/Altai
    Its not clear if also other haplogroups are eliminated(there is a chance). The ... is because of this. Author tells that the K*-M9 results are probably(high chance) T-M70

    Record Id : 269
    Ystr T-M70
    Nuclear and Mitochondrial DNA Analysis of a 2,000-Year-Old Necropolis in the Egyin Gol Valley of Mongolia
    C. Keyser
    2003
    Mongolia
    Egyin Gol, Northern Mongolia
    Turk
    Xiongnu, Hun
    1
    Turan/Altai
    Our Xiongnu Turk Ancestor, from 2000 years ago, with Number 76 has 93.6% Haplogroup T-M70(Prediction with Haplogroup Predictor). The 3 Str Values are matching with a Turk from Turkiye with Snp T-M70.

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    Record Id : 9
    K*-M9(xP*) Mitochondrial DNA and Y-Chromosome Variation in the Caucasus
    I. Nasidze
    2004
    Azerbaijan

    Turk Oguz Turkmen Azeri
    8/72

    11.1%

    Turan/Altai


    Record Id : 10
    K*-M9(xP*)
    Mitochondrial DNA and Y-Chromosome Variation in the Caucasus

    I. Nasidze
    2004
    Turkiye

    Turk Oguz Turkmen
    6/39

    15.4%

    Turan/Altai


    Record Id : 18
    K*-M9(xP*)
    Jewish and Middle Eastern Non Jewish Populations share a common pool of Y-Chromosome biallelic haplotypes
    M.F. Hammer
    2000
    Turkiye

    Turk Oguz Turkmen
    12/98
    12.3%

    Turan/Altai

    At Mukherjee.et.al.2001 the frequency for this is 21.0% 21/98 with haplogroup K(xL*, N*,O1,O3c,P*) OR K(xL*,M2, N*,O2b,O3c,P*)


    Record Id : 306
    K*-M9(xN*,O*,P*) Combining Genetics and Population History in the Study of Ethnic Diversity in the Peoples Republic of China
    M.L. Black
    2006
    China

    Mongol
    Bao’an

    4/40

    11.1%

    Turan/Altai

    Record Id : 307
    K*-M9(xN*,O*,P*)
    Combining Genetics and Population History in the Study of Ethnic Diversity in the Peoples Republic of China

    M.L. Black
    2006
    China

    Mongol
    Dongxiang

    5/41

    10.9%

    Turan/Altai


    Record Id : 308
    K*-M9(xN*,O*,P*)
    Combining Genetics and Population History in the Study of Ethnic Diversity in the Peoples Republic of China
    M.L. Black
    2006
    China

    Hui
    3/22

    13.6%


    Record Id : 288
    K*-M9(xL*,N*,O1,O3c,P*)
    Genetic analysis of Y-chromosomes in five ethnic groups from Northwest China
    Ya-jun Yang 2008
    China
    North West
    Mongol

    Dongxiang

    17/133

    12.9%

    Turan/Altai
    The Haplogroup isnot clear: it is K(xL*, N*,O1,O3c,P*) OR K(xL*,M2, N*,O2b,O3c,P*)


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

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    Quote Originally Posted by barbarian View Post
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    Record Id : 289
    K*-M9(xL*,N*,O1,O3c,P*)
    Genetic analysis of Y-chromosomes in five ethnic groups from Northwest China

    Ya-jun Yang
    2008
    China North West
    Mongol

    Baoan

    17/78

    21.4%

    Turan/Altai
    The Haplogroup isnot clear: it is K(xL*, N*,O1,O3c,P*) OR K(xL*,M2, N*,O2b,O3c,P*)


    Record Id : 290
    K*-M9(xL*,N*,O1,O3c,P*)
    Genetic analysis of Y-chromosomes in five ethnic groups from Northwest China

    Ya-jun Yang
    2008
    China
    North West
    Turk

    Yugur

    27/56

    48.2%

    Turan/Altai

    The Haplogroup isnot clear: it is K(xL*, N*,O1,O3c,P*) OR K(xL*,M2, N*,O2b,O3c,P*)


    Record Id : 291
    K*-M9(xL*,N*,O1,O3c,P*)
    Genetic analysis of Y-chromosomes in five ethnic groups from Northwest China

    Ya-jun Yang
    2008
    China North West
    Hui
    13/66
    20.0%
    The Haplogroup isnot clear: it is K(xL*, N*,O1,O3c,P*) OR K(xL*,M2, N*,O2b,O3c,P*)

    Record Id : 303
    K*-M9(xN*,O*)
    A counter-clockwise northern route of the Y-chromosome haplogroup N from Southeast Asia towards Europe

    Siiri Rootsi
    2007
    Turk

    Kazak

    6/55

    10.9%

    Turan/Altai


    Record Id : 304
    K*-M9(xN*,O*)
    A counter-clockwise northern route of the Y-chromosome haplogroup N from Southeast Asia towards Europe

    Siiri Rootsi
    2007
    Turk
    Kazak

    27/185

    14.6%

    Turan/Altai

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