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  1. Somali mtDNA (n=190)
  2. mthap: an mtdna haplogroup analysis tool
  3. New paper on mtDNA from 1000 Genomes Project
  4. BEAST Bayesian evolutionary analysis by sampling trees
  5. Iron Age Pazyryk mtDNA
  6. Ancient mtDNA from a Hunter-Gatherer in Sicily
  7. Kuwaiti mtDNA (2012)
  8. Assyrian mtDNA Distribution
  9. Female Ancestor Photos and mtDNA
  10. Two mtDNA lineages in the same body
  11. Ancient mtDNA from Early and Late Neolithic in Europe
  12. mtDNA question
  13. Mesolithic and Neolithic European mtDNA Haplogroups
  14. New mtDNA tool (Haplofind)
  15. Cardoso et al: The Expanded mtDNA Phylogeny of the Franco-Cantabrian Region
  16. Early Bronze Age to roman era DNA from Syria
  17. mtDNA haplogroup nicknames
  18. New paper on Ashkenazi mtDNA lineages
  19. Chronology of European mtDNA
  20. Neolithic DNA
  21. Copper Age / Chalcolithic DNA
  22. Bronze age DNA
  23. Iron age DNA
  24. Neloithic German DNA
  25. Neloithic Iberian DNA
  26. Copper Age / Chalcolithic Central European DNA
  27. Copper Age / Chalcolithic Iberian DNA
  28. INdo Iranian and Tocherian? DNA
  29. Mesloithic DNA
  30. Palaeolithic DNA
  31. Nurgic culture Sardinia DNA
  32. Ancient Eurasian DNA in sections
  33. Linguistic isolates in Portugal: Insights from the mitochondrial DNA pattern.
  34. New mtDNA maps from Eupedia K, U5, U4, U3, and U2 and more coming soon
  35. Iranian mtDNA distribution
  36. FTDNA refuses to assign a haplogroup to this guy
  37. Chromo2 mtDNA
  38. When is Build 16 of the mtDNA tree happening?
  39. Where did M And N originate?
  40. Indo-European mtDNA
  41. Marsh Arabs of Iraq
  42. "Early Neolithic Pioneer Maritime Colonization of Mainland Europe"
  43. GenBank Submissions
  44. Basque mtDNA
  45. chromo2 raw mtDNA results file. How can one use this data for comparisons with others
  46. Rieux: Improved calibration of the human mitochondrial clock using ancient genomes
  47. Loss of confidence in mtDNA testing for genealogy: multi-generational mutations
  48. mt C, T and U4 connection between the steppe, NE Europe and C. Asia
  49. Analysis of over 2,000 HVR1 profiles From SouthWest Asia
  50. Rarest mtDNA Haplogroup you've come across in DNA Relatives?
  51. Post and Discuss New/Old mtDNA Data
  52. New Study: The Kalash Genetic Isolate: Ancient Divergence, Drift, and Selection
  53. Please Post mtDNA data
  54. Basque vs Danish
  55. Deleted Sequences/Mutations
  56. WHG and EHG mtDNA Haplogroups/Lineages
  57. Estimating age of an mtDNA haplogroup
  58. Phylotree mtDNA Haplotree Build 17
  59. Is Irish mitochondrial DNA close to that of the Scots, English, and Welsh?
  60. NY Times - Why Do We Inherit Mitochondrial DNA Only From Our Mothers?
  61. Pairwise distances between Minoans' and modern populations' mtDNA sequences
  62. Is my mtDNA L4 or H2?
  63. how does it work for Ftdna for mtdna
  64. mtDNA, MBTI, and visuospatial/perceptual/inductive reasoning
  65. MtDNA Full Sequencing (FTDNA) : What will it tell me?
  66. Question about FTDNA's mtDNA Full Sequence Test
  67. Oddly specific WeGene mtDNA haplogroup?
  68. man, the mtDNA threads all seem to be dead as of a few years back
  69. What haplogroup I am?
  70. Mtfull sequence (FTDNA) What's next?
  71. Improving FTDNA mtDNA matches and subclade assignments
  72. My mtDNA Wiki report
  73. How far do your mtDna results go ?
  74. How do i find my subclade ?
  75. which is accurate wegene or 23 and me?
  76. MtDNA exact match
  77. Ancient mtDNA
  78. James Lick calculator and 23andme v5 chip, H(G16129A) with an extra R11a mutation?
  79. mtDNA Graphic
  80. Y-tree for mtDNA?
  81. Neolithic farmer Haplogroups in Britain
  82. About nonsensicality of personal mt testing nad ficional matrylines once again...
  83. West Eurasian mtdna in South India
  84. How extract ChrMt 16Kb fasta from BAM.Which metrics (Kulczynski,Hamming,Jaccard,Kamur
  85. mtDNA from AncestryDNA
  86. How similar is R0a2k1 to L3h2? Especially L3h2a1? Could L3h2a1 samples be mislabeled?
  87. Is this information from the jameslick site enough to be confident of my haplogroup?
  88. Tutsi Haplogroups (Rwanda, Burundi, DRC & Uganda)