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Thread: U5a1a1-T152c! Don't understand the T152c!

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    Quote Originally Posted by GailT View Post
    It must be a bug. FMS matches should only include people from the same subclade, so neither U5 not H2 should be included in the match list. Just to confirm again - he tested the full sequence, not Geno 2.0?
    Yes, I've tested dad with ftDNA (notGeno2.0) to:

    mt full with coding regions
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    Dad's mtDNA results are H11a
    Paternal Y=U106>Z381>L48>Z9>Z30>Z349>Z2>S15510>Y7378 mt=H11a
    Maternal mt=H5a1b

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wheal View Post
    Yes, I've tested dad with ftDNA (notGeno2.0) to:

    mt full with coding regions
    Big Y

    Dad's mtDNA results are H11a
    Then it is probably a bug in the FTDNA matching. This is fairly common, abd you can contact FTDNA to report the error and ask them to correct it.

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    Yes, he did test mtFull at ftDNA

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    Paternal Y=U106>Z381>L48>Z9>Z30>Z349>Z2>S15510>Y7378 mt=H11a
    Maternal mt=H5a1b

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    My mtDNA is U5a1a1 as well, but I couldn‘t find these subtypes. Which company does test for it? I tested it with 23andme me and LDNA, but the only result was U5a1a1.
    Paper: 50% Old-Saxon (Old-Wesphalia), 25% E-Frisia 12,5% Frisian Mennonite?, 12,5% Pomerania (E-Germanic)

    L-DNA: 63,3% NW-Germanic, 29,9 English, 6,8% NE-Germanic

    23andme: 80,8% German (LowerSaxony, Westphalia, Netherlands) 14,6% Scandi, 1,9% British, 2,7% E-Euro (N/NE Poland)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Avariel River View Post
    My mtDNA is U5a1a1 as well, but I couldn‘t find these subtypes. Which company does test for it? I tested it with 23andme me and LDNA, but the only result was U5a1a1.
    I haven't heard of LDNA, do you have a link to their website? Family Tree DNA offers a full sequence test for mtDNA that will identify extra mutations if you have any. About 15 to 20% of people in U5a1a1 do not have any extra coding region mutations, so you might not get more specific results from testing the full sequence. I would first upload your 23andMe results to James Lick's mthap web tool to see if any extra mutation were found in the 23andMe test.

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