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    T1a1a, T1a1b, T1a1m.

    T1a1 is now split into a, b, c all the way to m. Thirteen different branches, some large some small. With differing locations. As a T1a1 what is the best method of my finding my (terminal?) branch?

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    Hello GogMagog,
    Where did you get this information? I was tested T1a1b over a year ago. Is this a new turn of events.
    Stanley Petrowski -DNA - Y I2a1b2ala2 > I-Y4882 > I-A7358 mtDNA T1a1b
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    Quote Originally Posted by GogMagog View Post
    Nice read and very helpful. Thanks again.
    Stanley Petrowski -DNA - Y I2a1b2ala2 > I-Y4882 > I-A7358 mtDNA T1a1b
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    I was determined to be T1a1 at 23andme. Do some other testing people break it down even further? Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by lovebird10 View Post
    I was determined to be T1a1 at 23andme. Do some other testing people break it down even further? Thanks!
    I have not tested with 23andme but I would suggest that you ask them if T1a1 is your terminal subclade. Also, may I suggest that you look here http://isogg.org/wiki/MtDNA_testing_comparison_chart to see if you feel your mtDNA testing has been adequate. I tested with Family Tree DNA for full mtDNA sequencing. It included H1, H2 and other coding regions and displayed my results in both the rCRS and RSRS standards. I am quite satisfied with the results. These details have been very helpful in making contact with possible distant relatives. I did comparisons at http://www.ianlogan.co.uk/checker/genbank.htm and http://www.mitosearch.org/ with the .fasta file provided by ftdna. Do you have a .fasta file with your results? I am hardly an expert and do not know if it would be helpful for you to test further.
    Stanley Petrowski -DNA - Y I2a1b2ala2 > I-Y4882 > I-A7358 mtDNA T1a1b
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    I am T1a1 on 23and me, I looked at Gedmatch and a couple of T1a1a (commonest sub branch) are there. As more folk get tested the price comes down.

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    我是T1a1a,来自中国,请问我祖先是哪里人(ー_ー)!!

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    There are two individuals having T1a1b - from the latest Research about vikings
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    I think in some ways that the Viking theory is a non runner. T1a1 was found at Cladh Hallan, 1200 BC.

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