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    Thanks for these! The "Standing at the Gateway to Europe - The Genetic Structure of Western Balkan Populations Based on Autosomal and Haploid Markers" article might even support why I score some Asia Minor on MyOrigins.
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    I hope my neighbors won't mind for this

    Croatian mtDNA, 142 samples from various databases (no anonymous result or scientific papers):
    % - hg
    40.8 - H
    23.9 - U
    11.3 - J
    4.2 - V
    3.5 - T
    2.8 - HV
    2.8 - K
    2.1 - N
    2.1 - R
    2.1 - W
    1.4 - X
    1.4 - M
    0.7 - A
    0.7 - F

    Notable subclades:
    H1 - 10,6%
    H5 - 3,5%
    H11 - 3,5%
    J1c - 9,2%
    U5a - 7,7%
    U2 - 4,9%
    U4 - 4,9%
    U5b - 3,5%
    T2 - 2,1%

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    Thank you, Macura, great work

    hg U is higher than previously reported ?

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    According to ''Cultural inter-population differences do not reflect biological distances: an example of interdisciplinary analysis of populations from Eastern Adriatic coast'', 2015. (one of the authors is Dragan Primorac), mtDNA of modern Croats looks like this:
    H - 54,4%
    J - 12,4%
    U - 11,2%
    T - 6,8%
    HV - 4,8%
    V - 4,8%
    K - 3,6%
    I - 2,0%

    But, J. Šarac et al. is giving this:
    H - 45,29%
    U - 18,85% (U5 10,6%)
    J - 9,83%
    T - 5,98%
    K - 4,30%
    HV - 4,07%
    V - 3,89%
    I - 2,61%
    W - 1,84%
    X - 1,84%
    Also found: L, N and F but under 1%.
    Anyway, U haplogroup among 427 Serbs is also 20%.

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    Maybe one of the sources of understanding Croatian story could be "Veyske povede" epic set from the island of Krk, which has one of the highest R1a percentage. I don't know what kind of status these "povede" have in scientific world, but one of the epics "Prahrvatski ep o Harezmu" has an elaborate story about Croatian migration from the ancient Khwarezmia to the west Balkans.

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