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    Quote Originally Posted by kingjohn View Post
    you look very european
    even a person like me who doesn't know anything in anthropology can see
    don't see the african at all and also not the amerindian both in your autosomal background but i can't see it
    the e-v13 in you is damn strong direct paternal line
    ya my grandpa is Dinarid, or dinarcised atlanto med

    Can I pass in Moldova?

    check my paternal grandparents here
    http://www.forumbiodiversity.com/sho...=1#post1331142
    Adieu

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kriptc06 View Post
    ya my grandpa is Dinarid, or dinarcised atlanto med

    Can I pass in Moldova?

    check my paternal grandparents here
    http://www.forumbiodiversity.com/sho...=1#post1331142
    i think you can {but i am no expert in anthropology}
    the killer look :)

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    D1a was observed in the Ulchi in Siberia by Starikovskaya et al. (2005). The Jomon are genetically most close to the Ulchi among the existing populations. The Ulchi were a tribe of hunters and fishermen dispersed along the Lower Amur, where the Jomon originated from. Native Americans do share common genetic roots with the Jomon and the ancestors of some Native American tribes also lived along the Lower Amur before migrating to the Americas.

    Haplogroup D is defined by the lack of the 5176 AluI site and the HVS-I motif 16223–16362. The majority of the haplogroup D haplotypes from southern Siberia did not exhibit sub-haplogroup-specific mutations, and thus they were attributed to a general haplogroup D category. However, we were able to identify at least five distinct sub-clusters (D1–D5) branching off from the root of D. Lineage D1 is defined by the HVS-I transition at np 16325 and was found exclusively in four Ulchi of the Lower Amur. This transition is typically observed in Native American D mtDNAs (Torroni et al. 1993b; Moraga et al. 2000; Mahli et al. 2001, 2003) but has never been observed in central-eastern Asian populations (Kolman et al. 1996; Comas et al. 1998; Yao et al. 2002; Keyser-Tracqui et al. 2003). Thus, the sharing of the mutation at np 16325 in the Lower Amur and the Americas suggests a possible association between the Lower Amur and Native Americans.

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