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Thread: Origin and Distribution of L1c-M357

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    Quote Originally Posted by khanabadoshi View Post
    Is there an SNP pack these guys can purchase instead of doing the Big-Y?
    There is a L-M20 pack with about 45 SNPs relevant to L-M357 including the key branch SNPs Y6288 and M2398.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GarethH View Post
    There is a L-M20 pack with about 45 SNPs relevant to L-M357 including the key branch SNPs Y6288 and M2398.
    What is the cost ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BMG View Post
    What is the cost ?
    Currently $119 for around 160 SNPs of which 45-50 are relevant to each of L-M27, L-M357 and L-M317 with SNPs for L-L595 and haplogroup level making up the balance.

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    Brokpa people have a high percentage of L1c . Out of 55 samples 38 belong to L1c .They are buddhist Brokpa from dha hanu
    https://shodhganga.inflibnet.ac.in/handle/10603/137860
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    Do we know anything more about the clade? Its distribution is weird, not even including the Dagestanis...is it the original Gedrosian clade? Or possibly IVC/IVCp... but I haven't seen it discussed in any of the South/Central Asia papers...shame more into the clade isn't being studied/expanded upon, or for L in general.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThaYamamoto View Post
    Do we know anything more about the clade? Its distribution is weird, not even including the Dagestanis...is it the original Gedrosian clade? Or possibly IVC/IVCp... but I haven't seen it discussed in any of the South/Central Asia papers...shame more into the clade isn't being studied/expanded upon, or for L in general.
    Something about this comment- Gedrosia might be linked to IVCp because of the high Baloch component among the IVC linked populations (in harappaworld). As far as the origin is concerned, I am not sure... though I will hazard to guess that it could have come from the epipaleolithic Zarazian/post-Baradostian) Iranian hunter-gatherers, a branch of which then formed a separate group in the Gedrosia-Afghanistan region, maybe between 15,000 and 12,000 years ago (I get the 15,000 year date from the study linked on this page and 12,000 from the lower limit estimate for the spread of mtDNA U7 in south Asia). The very same ones which are ancestral to IVC folks.
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    L should be studied more, as its frequency in southern Iran, then along the northern shore of the Arabian Sea and into the Indian Subcontinent, and its higher frequency in Dravidian speakers versus Indo-Aryan speakers could lend credence to the Elamo-Dravidian hypothesis.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aleph View Post
    Something about this comment- Gedrosia might be linked to IVCp because of the high Baloch component among the IVC linked populations (in harappaworld). As far as the origin is concerned, I am not sure... though I will hazard to guess that it could have come from the epipaleolithic Zarazian/post-Baradostian) Iranian hunter-gatherers, a branch of which then formed a separate group in the Gedrosia-Afghanistan region, maybe between 15,000 and 12,000 years ago (I get the 15,000 year date from the study linked on this page and 12,000 from the lower limit estimate for the spread of mtDNA U7 in south Asia). The very same ones which are ancestral to IVC folks.
    Never saw this! Great insights...its still bothering me more academic investigation hasn't been done yet.

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