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Thread: A4 subclades and geographic distribution

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    Hi! I come from Northwestern Greece and my maternal haplogroup is A4a1 (1 in 5000 users). Tested at 23andme and confirmed at Wegene. I have no haplogroup matches among my 23andme DNA relatives. There are only 8 individuals with haplogroup A (5 with A2, 2 with A2a and 1 with A4). Could you help me understand this better?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rock View Post
    A200G is HVR2 mutation, the old A4 haplogrpup classification is somewhat confusing. I noticed NA18146 Chinese in Denver was grouped as A4c then A13'14 now A(T152C T16362C A200G).
    https://www.yfull.com/mtree/A-a1a/

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    https://www.yfull.com/mtree/A2af1b1a/
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