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    MtDNA Haplogroup J?

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    I'm sure there are some of you who are much more knowledgeable in the area of genetics than I. What mutations define mtda haplogroup J? The reason I am asking is that I recently tested as having mitochondrial haplogroup J (via the Netherlands). I have no mutations in HVR1 and the mutations I have in HVR2 seem that they can be present in haplogroup H (I could be wrong). The HVR2 mutations I have are 195 C, 263 G, 309.1 C, and 315.1 C. Thank you in advance for any information, as it is appreciated.

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    45 views and no reponse(s). Surely there is someone who can help. Anyone...? Any information would be greatly appreciated.

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    Well, I threw enough of a fit that the lab did a review of my test and I am indeed a haplogroup H, NOT J. What a mess. I knew I did not have any of the defining mutations for J. So, I guess I don't need to worry anymore. LOL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hammer of Thor View Post
    Well, I threw enough of a fit that the lab did a review of my test and I am indeed a haplogroup H, NOT J. What a mess. I knew I did not have any of the defining mutations for J. So, I guess I don't need to worry anymore. LOL.

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    I'm mtDNA J2 and I get most of my answers from here

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