R1b-M269 (P312- U106-) DNA Project

(aka ht35 Project)
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R1b-M269 (P312- U106-) DNA Project (aka ht35 Project) Phylogenetic Tree

A core goal of the R1b-M269 (P312- U106-) DNA Project is the discovery and development of branches or haplogroups on the R1b haplotree between R1b-M269 and the R1b-U106/R1b-P312 haplogroups.  This is accomplished with the project phylogenetic tree which has resulted in finding numerous undiscovered SNPs, branches and haplogroups recently.  This tree utilizes research project data, published science papers, FTDNA and other commercial data for a very comprehensive look at these haplogroups.


The R1b-M269 (P312- U106-) DNA Project updates often so check this page frequently.  If you would like to be part of this cutting edge research, please consider taking the Big Y test.


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Archived Project Phylogenetic Trees

Here you will find additional detail below Z2103 as of May 2014
Z1203 Phylogenetic Tree April 30, 2014

Finally this is the latest detail below L51 and excluding P312 and U106 as of May 2014
R1b-L51 (P312- U106-) Phylogenetic Tree

Here was the old tree for our project in September 2012 - much has changed since then:
R1b1a2 Tree

The following STR data are archival. Our project is now focused primarily on SNP testing. As the results of our palindromic tests are received, I'll update this page with the most interesting findings. DYF385 So far, the most interesting results have been at DYF385, a multi-copy marker on the P1 palindrome. All but one of the members of this project who have tested this marker have 10,10 - the exception has 9,10 - whereas over 93% of previously tested R1b1c folks (most of whom are ht15, or western European) have 10,11 (source: yMatch). The following kits in the ht35 Project have tested this marker: 999: 10-10 7518: 9-10 9748: 10-10 36953: 10-10 37486: 10-10 47937: 10-10 67450: 10-10 71436: 10-10 77285: 10-10 79073: 10-10 79609: 10-10 84950: 10-10 95752: 10-10 95875: 10-10 108347: 10-10 N10795: 10-10 N11925: 10-10 N23635: 10-10 N37658: 10-10 N49553: 10-10 N58439: 10-10 DYF411 The second interesting palindromic marker is DYF411. So far, nineteen participants of the ht35 project have received results for DYF411 and a significant minority (six of the nineteen) have the very unusual 9 allele at one of the copies. These are the only six known R1b1c haplotypes with a 9 allele. The vast majority of R1b1c is 11-11, and the 9 allele has not yet been detected in any other closely related haplogroups (e.g. R1a or R1b1b). The following kits in the ht35 Project have tested this marker: 999: 9-11 5811: 11-11 7518: 9-13 9748: 11-11 34316: 11-11 36953: 9-11 37486: 11-11 47937: 11-12 59172: 9-11 59966: 11-11 65521: 10-11 67450: 9-12 67609: 12-12 71436: 11-11 77285: 11-12 79073: 10-11 79609: 9-11 84950: 11-11 95535: 11-11 95752: 9-11 95875: 11-11 108347: 11-12 138810: 9-11 E4861: 11-11 N28987: 11-11 N37658: 11-11 N49553: 9-11 N5199: 11-11 N58439: 11-11