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    That is correct but the TRMCA and distribution pattern do not differ much
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    Also let's keep in mind C1e mt-haplogroup from Iceland. C1a is completely Asiatic, C1b, C1d and C1c is typical for Native Americans.
    Maybe, C1e is the one of the footprints of migrations from New World to Northern Europe?
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    Of course it is very interesting to see Russians (most likely they are not Russians, but peoples of Siberia) in the same sub-warehouse together with Greenlanders and Native Americans.
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