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Rukha
12-05-2014, 04:58 PM
Thought I'd make a thread since this subforum isn't very active. My mtDNA is R0a2d according to 23andme, my mom is Pashtun. So far I've only found an Ashkenazi woman with the same subclade.


R0a likely originated in the Near East, splitting off from the lineages that would eventually form the H and V haplogroups. R0a arose during the end of the height of the Ice Age, when most of the northern hemisphere was covered in ice. While H and V spread across Europe, R0a stayed primarily in the Near East. Today it can be found at highest frequencies in the Arabian peninsula and some isolated populations in Pakistan, however across the entire region and in northeastern Africa one in ten individuals are R0a. In Europe, R0a is rare outside of certain groups such as Ashkenazi Jews with recent historical ties to the Near East.

http://s14.postimg.org/63nf91agh/Screen_Shot_2014_12_05_at_11_46_53_AM.png



Haplogroup R0 occurs frequently in the Arabian Plate with its highest frequency in Socotri (Population 50,000 Yemen) 38% [4] and its also found in a high frequency in the Kalash (Population 6,000 in Pakistan) with 23%[5] smaller frequency in North Africa, the Horn of Africa, Anatolia, Iranian Plateau & Dalmatia. Its greater variety in the Arabian Plate suggests R0a originated in and spread from there.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Haplogroup_R0_%28mtDNA%29


It is the second most prevalent mtDNA among the Kalash:


Genetic analysis of Mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) by Quintana-Murci et al. (2004) stated that "the western Eurasian presence in the Kalash population reaches a frequency of 100%" with the most prevalent mtDNA Haplogroups being U4 (34%), R0 (23%), U2e (16%), and J2 (9%). The study asserted that no East or South Asian lineages were detected and that the Kalash population is composed of western Eurasian lineages (as the associated lineages are rare or absent in the surrounding populations). The authors concluded that a western Eurasian origin for the Kalash is likely, in view of their maternal lineages.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kalash_people#Genetic_origins

lgmayka
12-05-2014, 08:41 PM
The Polish Project has some R0a (https://www.familytreedna.com/public/polish/default.aspx?section=mtresults).

Krefter
12-05-2014, 09:17 PM
R0 encompasses H and V. I guess usually when people say R0 though they mean R0(HV-).

http://www.phylotree.org/tree/subtree_R0.htm

TŠltos
12-05-2014, 09:37 PM
I have eight autosomal matches at 23andme who are listed as mtDNA-R0a2. One lists Poland, and another lists Eastern Europe. The rest list no information, they are anonymous, so not sure.

Ebizur
12-05-2014, 10:21 PM
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According to Figure S13 of Lippold et al. (2014), the Kalash R0a belong to a fairly young subclade (MRCA approx. 5000 YBP according to this figure, though one cannot be sure that this sample of Kalash has covered all extant diversity of R0a in the Kalash population), but this Kalash subclade is well distinguished (TMRCA approx. 23,000 years) from SW Asian R0a (although the subclade that is primarily represented by SW Asians in this figure also contains the mtDNA of one Pashtun individual: HGDP00230 Pathan, mtDNA R0a2d, Y-DNA R1a1).

For the sake of completeness, here are some data regarding all the R0a representatives in the figure above from Table S1 of the same study ("MtDNA haplogroups were assigned from the genome sequences, while the NRY haplogroups are from previous studies based on SNP-typing"):

HGDP00620 Bedouin, mtDNA R0a1+152, Y-DNA E(xE3b3)

HGDP00600 Druze, mtDNA R0a2, Y-DNA J2(xJ2f2)
HGDP00628 Bedouin, mtDNA R0a2, Y-DNA E3b3
HGDP00616 Bedouin, mtDNA R0a2c, Y-DNA J(xJ2)
HGDP00230 Pathan, mtDNA R0a2d, Y-DNA R1a1
HGDP00678 Palestinian, mtDNA R0a2, Y-DNA J(xJ2)

HGDP00281 Kalash, mtDNA R0a, Y-DNA L
HGDP00285 Kalash, mtDNA R0a, Y-DNA G
HGDP00319 Kalash, mtDNA R0a, Y-DNA H1
HGDP00333 Kalash, mtDNA R0a, Y-DNA J2(xJ2f2)

Rukha
12-05-2014, 11:03 PM
I have eight autosomal matches at 23andme who are listed as mtDNA-R0a2. One lists Poland, and another lists Eastern Europe. The rest list no information, they are anonymous, so not sure.

I have two matches listed as R0a2 and two as R0a1a but they're either anonymous or didn't include information about their ancestry.


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According to Figure S13 of Lippold et al. (2014), the Kalash R0a belong to a fairly young subclade (MRCA approx. 5000 YBP according to this figure, though one cannot be sure that this sample of Kalash has covered all extant diversity of R0a in the Kalash population), but this Kalash subclade is well distinguished (TMRCA approx. 23,000 years) from SW Asian R0a (although the subclade that is primarily represented by SW Asians in this figure also contains the mtDNA of one Pashtun individual: HGDP00230 Pathan, mtDNA R0a2d, Y-DNA R1a1).

For the sake of completeness, here are some data regarding all the R0a representatives in the figure above from Table S1 of the same study ("MtDNA haplogroups were assigned from the genome sequences, while the NRY haplogroups are from previous studies based on SNP-typing"):

HGDP00620 Bedouin, mtDNA R0a1+152, Y-DNA E(xE3b3)

HGDP00600 Druze, mtDNA R0a2, Y-DNA J2(xJ2f2)
HGDP00628 Bedouin, mtDNA R0a2, Y-DNA E3b3
HGDP00616 Bedouin, mtDNA R0a2c, Y-DNA J(xJ2)
HGDP00230 Pathan, mtDNA R0a2d, Y-DNA R1a1
HGDP00678 Palestinian, mtDNA R0a2, Y-DNA J(xJ2)

HGDP00281 Kalash, mtDNA R0a, Y-DNA L
HGDP00285 Kalash, mtDNA R0a, Y-DNA G
HGDP00319 Kalash, mtDNA R0a, Y-DNA H1
HGDP00333 Kalash, mtDNA R0a, Y-DNA J2(xJ2f2)

Thanks for the info, so it seems my subclade (R0a2d) is distinct from the one exhibited by the Kalash.

the boy
09-11-2015, 02:38 AM
can anyone help with any info on the identification of mtdna r0a in portugal , thanks i am new here i just registered

the boy
09-11-2015, 02:40 AM
hi, can anyone help with any info on mtdna r0a in portugal , i am new here, i just registered

Humanist
09-11-2015, 02:48 AM
hi, can anyone help with any info on mtdna r0a in portugal , i am new here, i just registered

Hello. Please do not cross-post. This is an appropriate thread for your question. Thank you and welcome to the forum.

Krefter
09-11-2015, 02:59 AM
hi, can anyone help with any info on mtdna r0a in portugal , i am new here, i just registered

It is around 0.1% in Spain and probably similar in Portugal. Outside of SouthWest Asia R0a is very rare.

kingjohn
05-19-2017, 09:08 PM
mtdna RO was found in magdalenian period in cantabria iberia
one of the few of any palaeolithic remains who are not mtdna u or m

Magdalenian Spain La Pasiega (Cantabria) [PS-1]


R0 or HV rCRS in HVRI, G73A, reported as H Hervella 2012
so pre-hv could have ancient presence in southern europe

eggyolk
11-25-2017, 07:44 PM
Maternal side is Kurdish and I have this Halpogroup.

mwauthy
11-26-2017, 11:45 PM
My father received R0 too. Itís 66,000 years old and is a parent clade to HV, H, V, and R0a. Iím not sure why Wegene would not assign a younger subclade. Perhaps the raw data from Ancestry is lacking the necessary mtdna snps.

KBB
02-11-2018, 03:28 AM
I am mtdna haplogroup R0. I have been unable to find any DNA matches who share my mtdna haplogroup.
My GEDMatch kit # is A129779. I am enrolled American Indian tribal member.

Thanks for any assistance that can be provided in connecting with others who are R0.
I am mtdna haplogroup R0. I have been unable to find any DNA matches who share my mtdna haplogroup.
My GEDMatch kit # is A129779. I am enrolled American Indian tribal member.

Thanks for any assistance that can be provided in connecting with others who are R0.

elethe
03-25-2018, 09:26 AM
Hi. Wegene says my mother and I are both R0, I have traces of Native American on pretty much every calculator and my mother does too on almost every calculator except Ancestry. I ran your GEDmatch and it appears my mother is 6.5 generations from you with matches of 8.9 cms on chromosome 11 and I match you at over 7cms on the same chromosome and at about 7 generations. I can't email you there because you are just below the list of matches in one to many.
The fact we match on the autosomal test (albeit fairly distantly) is quite exciting to me as I just searched for the haplogroup R0 and almost immediately found this post!

(We don't seem to have an X match though - this may just be because the kits are Ancestry and that info isn't there)

A195848 and A467458
(this is my first post so I can't send a PM!)


I am mtdna haplogroup R0. I have been unable to find any DNA matches who share my mtdna haplogroup.
My GEDMatch kit # is A129779. I am enrolled American Indian tribal member.

Thanks for any assistance that can be provided in connecting with others who are R0.
I am mtdna haplogroup R0. I have been unable to find any DNA matches who share my mtdna haplogroup.
My GEDMatch kit # is A129779. I am enrolled American Indian tribal member.

Thanks for any assistance that can be provided in connecting with others who are R0.

Sapporo
04-03-2018, 01:26 PM
My father is R0 and WeGene says he is just plain R0 as well. As far as I understand, this means he is pre HV? My mother is HV2 so I suppose my mother's mt-DNA is a descendant of my paternal grandmother's mt-DNA?

https://i.imgur.com/1PyncjI.png

Can anyone clarify? I know 23andMe's haplogroup detail isn't as in depth as before.

Kane_Valentine_Walker
06-30-2018, 04:24 PM
Hi Im R0

czl
07-24-2018, 05:05 PM
I got the R0 haplogroup as well, no other info but that (such as extending numbers), that said it was on my maternal side which should Consist of mainly Russian, Belarusian (1/8), Ashkenazi (1/8), and up to 1/16 of Caucasian.

Patz
09-14-2018, 02:51 PM
hi, can anyone help with any info on mtdna r0a in portugal , i am new here, i just registered

Hi, just got my results from 23andme, and being 75% iberian and 99.2% european, i have mtdna R0.

CrazyDude
09-17-2018, 09:14 PM
23 and me and wegene both say R0, but I heard that they are not the most accurate though.

czl
09-18-2018, 03:40 AM
There’s probably a very good chance you are R0, it’s just that it’s such an old haplogroup that there’s nothing much we can do with it.

Nsilva1975
10-16-2018, 03:55 PM
Hello,

According to YSEQ i am R0 (including HV) HVR1: 16519C HVR2: 263G 315.1C

I didn't test the CR yet.

With these mutations is it possible to be R0? On James Lick predictor the result is h2a2a and in Ibermitobase site i might be R0 or H*. With only 3 mutations on the HVR's i wasn't expecting something accurate though. Any help here?

Nuno

Nsilva1975
10-18-2018, 10:18 PM
Thank you for the reply.

The more i try to understand, the less I know.
R0 is the root of HV and consequently H and V. So what i understand from this and based on these only 3 markers (with no coding region) i can be something between the root R0 and H2a2a. The coding region will decide which one i belong to. Itīs the only way, unfortunately.

ayhan
05-28-2019, 12:04 PM
I'm actually R0a2d as well. My maternal line goes back do Afghanistan too so im guessing haplgroup r0a2d is an afghan thing.

R2d2
11-08-2019, 06:36 PM
I'm actually R0a2d as well. My maternal line goes back do Afghanistan too so im guessing haplgroup r0a2d is an afghan thing.

Hi
Your paternal Y group is the same as mine. What is your paternal background, if u don't mind sharing?

SB7
11-08-2019, 08:55 PM
A close family member has R0 mtdna. His part of my family comes from Central/Southern Italy (and from what I’ve seen, they’ve been in that part of Italy since at least the 1500s). The Haplogroup seems quite uncommon for Italians though.