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mtDNA H35

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About us


The project is open for all H35 mtDNA haplogroup member and also to persons who suspect they might be H35, based on their mtDNA matches.

Mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) haplogroup H35 is an uncommon subgroup of haplogroupH, a Eurasian Haplogroups which likely arose in between West Asia and CentralAsia. H35 is defined by the mutation is C3342T. - If you have got mtDNA, could you please check your account to make sure the admin can see your Coding Region data: in practice, select the Limited box (not Read Only)

Communication with other members

If you are on Facebook, please join
Suomi DNA projekti / Finland DNA Project group (a closed group).


  • Haplogroup H subclades (FTDNA)
  • Haplogroup H35 page by Ian Logan
  • mtDNA Community pages - This website is committed to the support of the "Copernican" reassessment of the human mtDNA phylogeny and to the establishment of computational tools meant to facilitate phylogenetic analysis and comparison of complete mtDNA sequences.
  • mtDNA Haplogroup Mutations (FTDNA): list of the mutations required for different haplogroups

Related projects

Research and scientific papers


The privacy of project members is respected at all times. The Finland DNA administrators strictly adhere to the Group Administrator Guidelines for Family Tree DNA Projects, the ISOGG Project Administrator Guidelines and the Code of Conduct 2013 of the the Genealogical Society of Finland (Käytännesäännöt 2013).  

See also the Family Tree DNA Privacy Policy and Terms of Service, the Learning Center pages on DNA Group Projects and possible Code of conduct guidelines for genealogists in your own country of residence.

Using data and information

Information and data obtained from the mtDNA H35 Project must be attributed to the project, administrator, and Family Tree DNA as outlined in the Creative Commons License. Please notify the administrators when using data for public or private research.

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