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    Default Haplogroup L1b1a3?

    Hi everyone

    My haplogroup is L1b1a, some people on 23andme posted:

    "189 is the position. The SNP is i3002034. If you search for SNP "i3002034" it should show position 189 A or G. Then you can see if you have G. "

    I happen to have a G, so this further refines my mtDNA haplogroup as L1b1a3?

    Also is there any information concerning this mtDNA?



    Sorry I'm still new with all of this.


    Someone else said:
    "L1b1a3 is defined by 189G and by 1390A. Even though 1390 is not tested by 23andMe, 189 is tested. It would seem to me that anyone who is L1b1a and also has 189G is likely to be L1b1a3 or one of its subclades, L1b1a3a, or L1b1a3a1."
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    You can use this tool http://vps1.jameslick.com/dna/mthap/ to see your mutations and get the best prediction of your haplogroup.

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    Here's a spreadsheet with data on various African mtdna hg's (from this study):

    http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/arti...3/bin/mmc1.xls

    It has been found in: Igbos, Dominicans, Portuguese, Makranis, and African-Americans.

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    I got the following with the link from annihilus:

    My best matches are:

    1) L1b1a(189)
    2) L1b1a3
    3) L1b1a3a

    There's also an imperfect match at each result, is this normal?

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    Yes that is normal, btw you can use your hv1 and hvr2 mutations to look up matches here http://www.mitosearch.org/

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    So it is safe to assume that it is fairly possible that my mtDNA is not completely refined by 23andme?

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    I believe hvr1 and hvr2 is, most of us have extra mutations not defined by a haplogroup yet. They could be private or belong to a wider group. To know all your mutations you would need a fgs (full genome scan).

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    Hi Esther, I am dutch, 64% scandinavian, 2% finnish and 34% mediterranean. My eye colour is green/blue and I have blond hair. My mtDNA is L1b1a like yours.
    Can you help me make sense of this please? I am a novice in this field.
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    Saskia

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