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Thread: Azərbaycan DNT Layihəsi

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    Quote Originally Posted by Farroukh View Post
    Əziz Caspian,
    Mən o layihə üzvlərin yerinə onları Gedmatch bazasına əlavə edə bilmərəm, çünki:

    Onlar özləri etməlidir.
    e-poçt ilə təklif edib dəvət edə bilərsən gedmatch'e? Məncə e-poçt ilə köməkçi ola bilərsən onnara.
    Last edited by Caspian; 08-25-2015 at 06:57 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Farroukh View Post
    294186 nömrəli kit doğrudan J1-P58 nəsilindəndir, amma onun ərəb olunması dəqiq məlum deyil. Azərbaycanda bir neçə qədim qeyri-ərəb J1-P58 haplotipləri var.
    Bəli düzdü. J1 layihəsində J1-PF7263 kimi təsnif edilib o.
    Last edited by Caspian; 08-25-2015 at 07:01 PM.

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    Im half azeri from rep azerbaijan and half iranian azeri
    Whatthefami, did you test your Y-DNA?

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    The most common haplogroup in all data sets is haplogroup J that is present at almost equal rate in the three groups: 39.39% in Azeris, 40.00% in Azerbaijanis and 39.02% in Eastern Turks. The next frequently encountered haplogroup is hg BR* (xDE,JR) which is registered at 23.23%, 40.00%, and 9.76%, respectively. The haplogroups P*(xR1a), E*(xE3a) and R1a1 are also rather frequent in Eastern Turks (19.51%, 14.63% and 10.98%, respectively). It is necessary to add that haplogourp N3 defined by Tat mutation which presumably originated in Central Asia (34) is detected only in Azeris and Azerbaijanis.
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    Is it simply HG DE or D&E and J&R Any thoughts?

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    Quote Originally Posted by whatthefami View Post
    The most common haplogroup in all data sets is haplogroup J that is present at almost equal rate in the three groups: 39.39% in Azeris, 40.00% in Azerbaijanis and 39.02% in Eastern Turks. The next frequently encountered haplogroup is hg BR* (xDE,JR) which is registered at 23.23%, 40.00%, and 9.76%, respectively. The haplogroups P*(xR1a), E*(xE3a) and R1a1 are also rather frequent in Eastern Turks (19.51%, 14.63% and 10.98%, respectively). It is necessary to add that haplogourp N3 defined by Tat mutation which presumably originated in Central Asia (34) is detected only in Azeris and Azerbaijanis.
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    Is it simply HG DE or D&E and J&R Any thoughts?
    all of those haplogroup definations and frequencies are old and need to be updated. We can not make any etnic make up conclusions over hg without regarding the subcsclades occured in recent 2000-3000 years. Thus in my opinion all of those HGs gives us geographical distribution rather then ethnic make up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anabasis View Post
    all of those haplogroup definations and frequencies are old and need to be updated. We can not make any etnic make up conclusions over hg without regarding the subcsclades occured in recent 2000-3000 years. Thus in my opinion all of those HGs gives us geographical distribution rather then ethnic make up.
    Yeah but what about the HG DE part? D&E or really DE?

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    Quote Originally Posted by whatthefami View Post
    Yeah but what about the HG DE part? D&E or really DE?
    Whats your source for those frequencies?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anabasis View Post
    Whats your source for those frequencies?


    Mate , all im asking is that what does it mean with DE

    I googled "iranian azeris dna" and found the study

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    Quote Originally Posted by whatthefami View Post
    Mate , all im asking is that what does it mean with DE

    I googled "iranian azeris dna" and found the study
    I dont know what does DE mean actualy. It seems very wide haplogroup which consist many haplogroups in it. Thats why the i am asking what is the study you quoted. Anyway i will search it in google.

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    https://www.google.fi/url?sa=t&sourc...0QfAbZCb_NeyIA it's this one couldn't copy paste it previously sorry bout that mate

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