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    Serbian mtDNA

    I manage to collect over 450 mtDNA from all of ex-Yugoslavia region, and just over 200 of them are Serbian.

    mtDNA result - Serbs.jpg

    Most of J is actually J1c and U5 is almost equally divided on U5a and U5b.
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    MtDNA H group have the biggest percentage, of course, and it's divided like this.
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    mtDNA H - Srbi.jpg

    Problem is solved I hope.

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    Serbian mtDNA update:

    24,9% - H (includes undefined H and various underrepresented branches)
    10,0% - J
    9,1% - U5
    6,0% - H1
    6,0% - K
    5,3% - U4
    4,8% - T
    3,8% - K
    3,8% - U (includes undefined H and various underrepresented branches)
    3,6% - H2
    3,3% - H11
    3,3% - HV
    3,3% - HV0+V
    3,1% - H6
    2,9% - W
    2,2% - U2
    4,5% - All other haplogroups

    I was too lazy too make a pie like last time This is a result based on 418 serbian samples, including 139 from the paper published in 2014.
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    Since I am myself T2, noticed the lower than average percentage of haplogroup T among Serbs. According to Eupedia there is something of a blank spot for haplogroups T1 and T2 in the Western Balkans. I thought it may be because the small Serb sample(139) used there, but with 418 is even less. Almost the same is among Bosnians and Croats.
    Wasn't T1 especially connected to Indoeuropean and Slavic expansion? It has some correlation with male R1a.





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    In ex-Yugoslavia region, including all Slavic ethnicities, T is 6% with 3.4% for T2 branch. Bosnia and Herzegovina seems to be a leader.
    Among Serbs: 39% is T1 and the rest is T2.

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    Y-DNA update (1336 Serbs):
    34.2% - I2a Dinaric (mostly PH908)
    16.3% - R1a (mostly Z280 and M458 4-5%)
    15.8% - E1b
    8.6% - I1
    5.2% - R1b
    4.6% - J2-M205
    3.4% - G2a
    3.1% - N2 (N-P189.2)
    2.8% - J2a
    1.9% - J1
    1.2% - J2-M241
    0.9% - Q
    0.7% - I2a (ex Dinaric)
    0.4% - T
    0.1% - I2c, L, G1, H1, J2*

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    any efforts to delve deeper into the subclades below R1b, M458, J2, etc ?

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    Mt-DNA update (477 samples):
    31.4% - H
    10.7% - J
    9.6% - U5 (U5a 4.2%, U5b 4.6%, U5 0.8%)
    7.3% - H1 + H3
    5.5% - K
    5.0% - U4
    4.4% - H5
    4.0% - HV0 + V
    3.8% - HV
    3.1% - T2
    2.9% - W
    1.9% - U2
    1.7% - T1
    1.5% - I
    1.3% - U3
    1.0% - U7
    1.0% - N
    Under 1% - T, U, U1, U8, X, D, R0, L

    Mt-DNA haplogroup H specification (140 samples):
    28.6% - H
    20.0% - H1 (5.9% of 477 samples)
    10.7% - H5 (3.1% of 477 samples)
    8.6% - H11 (2.5% of 477 samples)
    7.9% - H2 (2.3% of 477 samples)
    7.1% - H6 (2.1% of 477 samples)
    3.6% - H7 (1.0% of 477 samples)
    2.1% - H34
    1.4% - H3, H8, H12
    0.7% - H4, H13, H14, H15, H17, H20, H23, H28, H76, H83

    338 of 477 samples are commercial testings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gravetto-Danubian View Post
    any efforts to delve deeper into the subclades below R1b, M458, J2, etc ?
    I think there is no BIGY or YSEQ for serbian M458. They are all L1029 so far except for one sample (Kosovo and Metohija) who is A11460.
    J2a is typical hg for Pješivci tribe in Montenegro - M92. There is L26 from Montenegro, one M410 from Western Bosnia (Bosanska Krajina) and one from Vojvodina L26>SK1336(xFGC21360).
    About R1B SNPs - U152 indluding L2, BY611, and without deeper subclade L23, P312. Also registered M269>PF7562 but U106 not many. R1b U152 is typicall for Moračani tribe.
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