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    Mtdna H2 or H33c?

    Hello Community!

    I recently have another problem. Geno 2.0 NG gave me the mtdna H33c. Great, until I transferred to Ftdna. They say my mtdna is H2??
    I thought that Ftdna maybe does not have H33c in the current haplotree. But they do have H33, H33a, H33b and H33* (which is supposed to be H33c).
    I actually do not understand why ftdna is not clustering me under H33* or at least H33 ? Or is Geno once again making mistakes with my haplogroups?

    Is there any possible way to find out?

    Greetings
    Maternal: H33c, Mária Bresits b. ca. 1860, Austria-Hungary
    Maternal father: R-CTS2509, Carolus Felbinger b. 1732 Germany
    Paternal: R-U152, Karl b. 1889, unknown father, Austria
    Paternal mother: H16c, Anna Müller b. 1905, Austria

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    Quote Originally Posted by hannah-lena View Post
    Hello Community!

    I recently have another problem. Geno 2.0 NG gave me the mtdna H33c. Great, until I transferred to Ftdna. They say my mtdna is H2??
    I thought that Ftdna maybe does not have H33c in the current haplotree. But they do have H33, H33a, H33b and H33* (which is supposed to be H33c).
    I actually do not understand why ftdna is not clustering me under H33* or at least H33 ? Or is Geno once again making mistakes with my haplogroups?

    Is there any possible way to find out?

    Greetings
    Open the raw data file in a text editor and go to
    http://www.phylotree.org/tree/R0.htm

    and check it yourself (as far as it goes) - I believe they just updated to the new tree.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MacUalraig View Post
    Open the raw data file in a text editor and go to
    http://www.phylotree.org/tree/R0.htm

    and check it yourself (as far as it goes) - I believe they just updated to the new tree.
    How?
    You mean this codes?
    "mt,"16188","T "
    mt,"4312","C "
    mt,"10873","T "
    mt,"11719","G "
    mt,"2885","T "
    mt,"8468","C "
    mt,"8655","C "
    mt,"73","A "
    mt,"16230","A ""

    I did this with ydna, but do not know how to do it with mtdna
    Maternal: H33c, Mária Bresits b. ca. 1860, Austria-Hungary
    Maternal father: R-CTS2509, Carolus Felbinger b. 1732 Germany
    Paternal: R-U152, Karl b. 1889, unknown father, Austria
    Paternal mother: H16c, Anna Müller b. 1905, Austria

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    The Cambridge Reference Sequence is H2. It sounds like you've ended up with H2 as a default and your Genographic results have not actually been uploaded to your personal results page.

    I assume that's not a complete list of your mtDNA SNPs. If you are H33, you should find an A for 11447. If you'd like to email me the list of SNPs, I could reformat them for use with James Lick's utility http://dna.jameslick.com/mthap/ and see what he comes up with. My regular email is [email protected].

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ann Turner View Post
    The Cambridge Reference Sequence is H2. It sounds like you've ended up with H2 as a default and your Genographic results have not actually been uploaded to your personal results page.

    I assume that's not a complete list of your mtDNA SNPs. If you are H33, you should find an A for 11447. If you'd like to email me the list of SNPs, I could reformat them for use with James Lick's utility http://dna.jameslick.com/mthap/ and see what he comes up with. My regular email is [email protected].
    Hello Ann !
    Sorry for my delayed answer. I didn't got any notification.
    You really helped me a lot ! I do have an A on 11447. Is it still necessary for you to work with the list to verify H33?
    Thank you very much Ann!
    Maternal: H33c, Mária Bresits b. ca. 1860, Austria-Hungary
    Maternal father: R-CTS2509, Carolus Felbinger b. 1732 Germany
    Paternal: R-U152, Karl b. 1889, unknown father, Austria
    Paternal mother: H16c, Anna Müller b. 1905, Austria

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