View Full Version : European N1* clades marked by L732 and P189.2

08-13-2012, 12:52 AM
SNP results so far suggest that European N1* divides into two clades:

- L732 was found in the WTY of kit N25315, and 224763 has also tested L732+ . 217892 is then almost certainly L732+ also. All three have ancestry from the Poland-Belarus region. A Korean near-match (distance 4 on 25 markers) is also probably L732+ but has not responded to emails.

- P189.2 was found in the 23andMe results of kit N14100, and 144471 has also tested P189+ . N84884, 176094, and 127574 are then almost certainly P189+ , and probably N15634 as well. Even Ysearch 9C49E may be P189+ . Ancestries include Italy, Slovakia, and the Balkans. No potential Asian source population for this clade has been identified.

In order to add these to the haplotree, we must show them to be disjoint from (mutually exclusive of) N1c, N1b, and N1a. WTYs have shown N1c to be L732- and P189- , and N1b to be P189- . We need an N1b to test L732, and an N1a to test both L732 and P189.

08-30-2012, 07:59 PM
Arguably, all necessary testing is now complete, and the following changes can be made to the ISOGG haplotree for N:

N1a and N1b are downstream of L666
L666 and Tat are downstream of L729
L729, P189.2, and L732 are downstream of LLY22g
L731 and L733 are downstream of L732

08-30-2012, 11:23 PM
very intresting