H14 mtGenome

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Slavina C Slavina C
June 27 @ 11:56am
Hi everybody, I got my results here H14b, they say it's very rare and it needs more research. The results on Family Tree show that most often can be found in Germany, Ireland and Italy. I have information about 5 generations maternal line in my family and we are all Bulgarian. I'll be happy to learn more :)
Ariadna Fernandez
September 6 @ 4:03am
Hi I am H 14 b and we are in the north of Spain..
M A. Yilmaz M A. Yilmaz
April 2, 2018 @ 4:33am
Hi all, I wanted to share that two ancient H14a are found in ancient samples from the Swat valley in Pakistan (2760bp), and Gonur Tepe in Turkmenistan (3700bp).
Ariadna Fernandez
May 4, 2018 @ 5:13pm
Thank you,,
Irena Mikolajczyk
March 14 @ 6:06am
Thank You. Are there other archaeological finds like this? Something about H14a2c?
Alicja Dragow Alicja Dragow
March 4 @ 12:33pm
hi, my group is h14a1;)
Ariadna Fernandez Ariadna Fernandez
October 25, 2018 @ 12:50pm
Hello Im trying to know if I can have jewish roots with my mtADN H14b -T3197C... I know that this mt its founded in Iran yezidi or Mizrahi ..origens...Iwill be happy if someone can tell me something about this!,,,
David Anderson David Anderson
December 22, 2017 @ 10:24am
Hi, I administer my dad's DNA kit- I noticed that he was grouped H14b - T3197C - however the matches he has seem to place him H14b* - G143A , C16270T predictive new sub branch. He has a number of extra mutations (G143A 309.1C 315.1C 522.1A 522.2C G7702A C16270T C16519T). Thanks
David Anderson
December 22, 2017 @ 10:30am
He only has three matches, and 2 are the two the group has as this new subclade
X Atanas Kumbarov
December 22, 2017 @ 1:16pm
Hi, I moved the samples to the correct group. You should submit your results to GenBank. See http://www.ianlogan.co.uk/submission.htm The data on GenBank is periodically analyzed by van Oven and new branches are added to PhyloTree from where FTDNA takes the mtDNA haplogrouops.
David Anderson
December 22, 2017 @ 3:34pm
Thanks, emailed Ian!
David Anderson
January 9, 2018 @ 11:50am
The data is now at GenBank and accessioned.