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01-05-2018, 05:03 PM
Have there been any recent advances regarding the N-P43 branch and its origins?

01-05-2018, 08:29 PM
The data of Karmin et al. (2015), Ilumae et al. (2016), and YFull have demonstrated that the subclade to which your Y-DNA belongs, N1a2b3-VL73 or N1a2b3-VL80/B525, is found mainly in Turkic- (Siberian Tatars, Volga Tatars, Bashkirs, Turks), Mongolic-, or Slavic-speaking populations of Eurasia. In addition, one case is known from Afghanistan and one from an Arab. All these individuals seem to share a MRCA who has lived roughly in the latter half of the first millennium BCE.

According to YFull, your subclade shares a single SNP, VL67/Z35079, with the mainly Samoyedic (but also Mongolic, Tungusic, Siberian Turkic, Chuvash, and Khanty) N1a2b1-VL64 or N1a2b1-B478 vis--vis the mainly Finno-Ugric (but also northern Russian, Belarusian, Chuvash, Volga Tatar, Siberian Tatar, Bashkir, Buryat, Nganasan, Siberian Eskimo, Komandorskie Islander, etc.) N1a2b2-Y3195. If one ignores the VL67/Z35079 SNP, then your N1a2b3-VL73 subclade does not seem to share a common ancestor with any other branch of N1a2b-P43 since the MRCA of the entire N-P43 clade sometime in the third or fourth millennium BCE.

01-14-2018, 07:51 PM
Is there any estimate of the relative percentages of each subclade within N-P43? (N1a2b*, N-B478, N-B525, N-L1419, and N-B528)

01-03-2019, 08:30 PM
N-h43 have famous nogaytatar dynasty -karino tatar knyases. Karabek(b1360y) was found the dynasty.