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alchemist223
05-10-2021, 08:04 PM
The Philippines has been relatively undertested, but has a rich migration history consisting of aboriginal Negrito populations, Austronesian settlers, Chinese immigrants, and Spanish/Mexican colonists. Based on leorcooper19's idea for Egyptians, I decided to compile a list of Filipino samples on YFull to learn more about their haplogroup distributions. Such distributions may be the result of sampling and geographic biases.

Feel free to weigh in and/or correct any information!


https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1wD-JtgTGL3qQaDcZi8CSPZaBSkqXEIKkoaWiBR1bgp8/edit#gid=0

Rene Bascos Sarabia Jr.
03-11-2022, 05:06 PM
Can you cite me your source? I would love to add it in the genetic studies section of Philippine Wikipedia.

alchemist223
03-11-2022, 08:42 PM
I simply used YFull.com (https://www.yfull.com/).

alchemist223
03-11-2022, 09:01 PM
Just updated it a bit, with one new sample.

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1wD-JtgTGL3qQaDcZi8CSPZaBSkqXEIKkoaWiBR1bgp8/edit?usp=sharing

Rene Bascos Sarabia Jr.
03-12-2022, 07:32 AM
Just updated it a bit, with one new sample.

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1wD-JtgTGL3qQaDcZi8CSPZaBSkqXEIKkoaWiBR1bgp8/edit?usp=sharing

Wow keep up the good work!

alchemist223
05-21-2022, 06:54 PM
Added a new sample. Interestingly, the newest sample belongs to the G-M406 subclade with close matches from Italy and Portugal, indicating Spanish ancestry.

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1wD-JtgTGL3qQaDcZi8CSPZaBSkqXEIKkoaWiBR1bgp8/edit?usp=sharing

okarinaofsteiner
05-22-2022, 05:08 AM
Added a new sample. Interestingly, the newest sample belongs to the G-M406 subclade with close matches from Italy and Portugal, indicating Spanish ancestry.

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1wD-JtgTGL3qQaDcZi8CSPZaBSkqXEIKkoaWiBR1bgp8/edit?usp=sharing

Y-DNA haplogroups aren't a reliable proxy for autosomal DNA ancestry, but these are still interesting.


O (O-M95) O-FT362631 | Philippines- Capiz | Subclade more common in Austro-Asiatic peoples

This province is in the Visayas


R1b (R-Z2103) R-Y162058 | Philippines | Seemingly Chinese in origin (clusters with Taiwanese and Fujian sample), possibly of Hui or Central Asian steppe origin

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hui_people#Non-Muslim_Huis

Fujian historically had a notable Hui ("Chinese Muslim") presence, so this checks out.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hui_people#Genetics


A study in 2020 found that the Hui people descended almost exclusively from indigenous East Asian people, with only minor contribution from West-Eurasian populations (specifically Iranian merchants). The formation and ethnogenesis of Hui people can be attributed to the cultural transformation of local Chinese residents. The results of the genetic data and admixture analysis showed significant genetic homogeneity between Hui and East Asian populations, and could not prove whether or not Hui received any genetic contribution from populations outside of East Asia.[16]

An overview study in 2021 estimated that West Eurasian-related admixture among the average Northwestern Chinese minority groups was at ~9.1%, with the remainder being dominant East-Eurasian ancestry at ~90.9%. The study also showed that there is a close genetic affinity among these ethnic minorities in northwestern China (including Uyghurs, Huis, Dongxiangs, Bonans, Yugurs and Salars) and that these cluster closely with other East Asian people, especially other Chinese Turkic-speakers, followed by Mongolic-speakers, and Tungusic-speakers, indicating the probability of a shared recent common ancestor of "Altaic speakers".[17]