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Thread: H52: Puzzled By Lack Of Info. Assist Please

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    H52: Puzzled By Lack Of Info. Assist Please

    My maternal line ends with H52. I can find very little on this haplogroup which arose from H. I am not informed enough on mtDNA to grasp this. Wikipedia says: mitochondrial DNA is inherited only from the mother's ovum. There are theories, however, that paternal mtDNA transmission in humans can occur under certain circumstances

    My DNA was done by Genographic Project 2.0 showing an "H" followed by H52 ...does anyone have the information on H52

    http://7es.us/h52.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by C-in-fl-usa View Post
    My maternal line ends with H52. I can find very little on this haplogroup which arose from H. I am not informed enough on mtDNA to grasp this. Wikipedia says: mitochondrial DNA is inherited only from the mother's ovum. There are theories, however, that paternal mtDNA transmission in humans can occur under certain circumstances

    My DNA was done by Genographic Project 2.0 showing an "H" followed by H52 ...does anyone have the information on H52

    http://7es.us/h52.jpg
    It is an interesting and theoretically possible case. There are known cases of maternal cells fusing to fetus, in early stage, and creating a hybrid individual. There is a possibility, however small, that fathers stem cell could fuse with fetus too and to be incorporated in many organs throughout a body. Later, depending on a part of body DNA is being sequenced from, the results can vary dramatically.

    Sorry, I can't help you with H52.
    Be wary of people who tend to glorify the past, underestimate the present, and demonize the future.

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    Thats crazy that there are 52 defining mutations on the level right under H, talk about a star burst.

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    More:

    http://www.phylotree.org/tree/subtree_R0.htm

    H1c3 'cousin'

    Maybe the next poster on here will be H1c3b1

    Quote Originally Posted by motzart View Post
    Thats crazy that there are 52 defining mutations on the level right under H, talk about a star burst.

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    H2a3b

    Quote Originally Posted by brianco View Post
    More:

    http://www.phylotree.org/tree/subtree_R0.htm

    H1c3 'cousin'

    Maybe the next poster on here will be H1c3b1

    Apparently I'm H2a3b, which is depressing as there's no info on my group either. I'm guessing it is geographically based near the Austrian-Czech border but I've got nothing else.

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