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Hello, Dave (Causey) Muckey
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mtDNA Profile and Haplogroup predictions for Dave (Causey) Muckey
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Mitochondrial DNA test results (Maternal-line)
Your test results for the range 15892 to 16569 and 1 to 720 are: location 263 315.1 your sequence G C reference A --
Understanding your DNA test results
Your sequence We determine your mtDNA sequence for the most variable sites along your mtDNA (HVR1,2,3). These variable sites are the most informative for determining maternal line relationships.
Reference sequence To avoid reporting results for hundreds to thousands of locations, it has become convention in the scientific community to only report differences from a reference sequence known as the C ambridge Reference Sequence (C RS). Haplogroup prediction Haplogroups are defined by a specific mutation or a series of mutations located along your mtDNA. Since we currently only test a subset of locations on your mtDNA we cannot directly test for haplogroup defining markers. Instead we predict your haplogroup based on mutations in your HVR sequence. Our haplogroup predictions are typically very reliable (>90% reliable) and we will continue to update and refine our predicting methods. Subgroup predictionsHaplogroups diverge into more specific lineages which are also defined by particular mtDNA mutations. For example, haplogroup H splits into haplogroups H1-H21. You can find the location of your subclade on the mtDNA phylogenic tree by clicking here
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