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Kit Number: 30767

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12 Marker Y-DNA Matches

 

One Step Mutations

Haplogroup

Country

Comment

Count

R1b

Ireland

-

1

R1b

Scotland

-

1

 

Two Step Mutations

Haplogroup

Country

Comment

Count

R1b

Canada

-

1

R1b

England

-

2

R1b

England

Anglo-Celt

1

R1b

France

-

1

R1b

Germany

-

1

R1b

Iceland

-

1

R1b

Ireland

-

7

R1b

Portugal

-

1

R1b

Scotland

-

2

R1b

Syria

Arab

1

R1b

United Kingdom

-

1

R1b

Unknown Origin

-

10

 

3 Step Mutations

Haplogroup

Country

Comment

Count

R1b

British Isles

Cornwall

1

R1b

England

-

2

R1b

England

Isle of Man

1

R1b

Germany

-

1

R1b

Great Britain

-

1

R1b

Iceland

-

5

R1b

Ireland

-

26

R1b

Norway

-

1

R1b

Polynesia

Polynesian (European admixture)

1

R1b

Scotland

-

11

R1b

Shetland

-

4

R1b

Spain

-

1

R1b

United Kingdom

-

1

R1b

United States

-

1

R1b

United States

Athabascan (Alaska-European admixture)

1

R1b

Unknown Origin

-

11

R1b

Wales

-

2

 

4 Step Mutations

Haplogroup

Country

Comment

Count

N

Finland

-

1

R1b

Denmark

-

1

R1b

England

-

12

R1b

France

-

4

R1b

Germany

-

4

R1b

Iceland

-

5

R1b

Ireland

-

9

R1b

Italy

-

1

R1b

Italy

Veneto

1

R1b

Lithuania

Ashkenazi

1

R1b

Northern Ireland

-

1

R1b

Norway

-

5

R1b

Poland

-

3

R1b

Portugal

-

2

R1b

Russia

-

2

R1b

Scotland

-

6

R1b

Sephardi

-

1

R1b

Shetland

-

2

R1b

Spain

-

1

R1b

Sweden

-

1

R1b

Syria

Arab

1

R1b

Ukraine

Ashkenazi

1

R1b

United Kingdom

-

3

R1b

United States

-

1

R1b

Unknown Origin

-

37

R1b

Uzbekistan

Crimean Tatars

1

R1b

Wales

-

1

 

Haplogroup Descriptions

N  This haplogroup is distributed throughout Northern Eurasia. It is the most common Y-chromosome type in Uralic speakers (Finns and Hungarians). This lineage most likely originated in northern China or Mongolia and then spread into Siberia where it became a very common line in western Siberia.

 

R1b  Haplogroup R1b is the most common haplogroup in European populations. It is believed to have expanded throughout Europe as humans re-colonized after the last glacial maximum 10-12 thousand years ago. This lineage is also the haplogroup containing the Atlantic modal haplotype.

 

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