Coni (Allen) Dubois DNA Test Results


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Coni Dubois Hapogroup I1a1bUnderstanding Results: mtDNA (mitochondrial DNA)

 
Haplogroup – I1a1b
Haplogroup I is a descendant (subclade) of haplogroup N1e’I (Behar 2012b) and sibling of haplogroup N1e (Behar 2012b). It is believed to have arisen somewhere in Eurasia between 17,263 and 24,451 years before present (Behar 2012b). It has been suggested that its origin may be in northern Iran or in Europe towards the Carpathian Mountain region where its highest frequency is found (Terreros 2011). http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Haplogroup_I_%28mtDNA%29

I1a1b

Haplogroup I1a1b
Possible time of origin 2,608 ± 2,973 Before Present (Behar 2012b)
Possible place of origin Insufficient Data
Ancestor I1a1
Defining mutations T14182C (Bahar & Family Tree DNA 2012)
Genbank ID Population Source
JQ702470 Behar 2012b
JQ705595 Behar 2012b
JQ704690 Behar 2012b

Your Origin

Principally a European haplogroup, haplogroup I is detected at very low frequency across west Eurasia with slightly greater representation in northern and western Europe. Given its wide, but sparse, distribution, it is likely that it was present in those populations that first colonized Europe. This hypothesis is supported by the estimate its age—approximately 30,000 years.

Your Results – RSRS Values – To learn more about RSRS click here.

(Reconstructed Sapiens Reference Sequence)

Extra Mutations

315.1C

522.1A

522.2C

573.1C

573.2C

Missing Mutations

573.XC

HVR1 DIFFERENCES FROM RSRS

  • T16172C
  • T16187C
  • C16189T
  • G16230A
  • T16278C
  • G16391A

HVR2 DIFFERENCES FROM RSRS

  • C146T
  • C152T
  • C195T
  • T199C
  • G203A
  • T204C
  • A247G
  • T250C
  • 315.1C
  • 455.1T
  • 522.1A
  • 522.2C
  • 573.1C
  • 573.2C

CODING REGION DIFFERENCES FROM RSRS

  • A769G
  • A825t
  • A1018G
  • G1719A
  • A2758G
  • C2885T
  • A3447G
  • T3594C
  • C3990T
  • G4104A
  • T4312C
  • A4529t
  • G6734A
  • G7146A
  • T7256C
  • A7521G
  • G8251A
  • T8468C
  • G8616t
  • T8655C
  • G8701A
  • C9540T
  • G9947A
  • T10034C
  • T10238C
  • T10664C
  • A10688G
  • C10810T
  • C10873T
  • A11914G
  • G12501A
  • G13105A
  • G13276A
  • T13506C
  • T13650C
  • A13780G
  • T14182C
  • G15043A
  • A15924G

Your Results – rCRS Values:

(revised Cambridge Reference Sequence)

HVR1 DIFFERENCES FROM rCRS

  • 16129A
  • 16172C
  • 16223T
  • 16311C
  • 16391A
  • 16519C

HVR2 DIFFERENCES FROM rCRS

  • 73G
  • 199C
  • 203A
  • 204C
  • 250C
  • 263G
  • 315.1C
  • 455.1T
  • 573.1C
  • 573.2C

CODING REGION DIFFERENCES FROM rCRS

  • 750G
  • 1438G
  • 1719A
  • 2706G
  • 3447G
  • 3990T
  • 4529T
  • 4769G
  • 6734A
  • 7028T
  • 8251A
  • 8616T
  • 8860G
  • 9947A
  • 10034C
  • 10238C
  • 10398G
  • 10915C
  • 11719A
  • 12501A
  • 12705T
  • 13780G
  • 14182C
  • 14766T
  • 15043A
  • 15326G
  • 15924G

Revised Cambridge Reference Sequence

Mutational events along the human mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) phylogeny are traditionally identified relative to the revised Cambridge Reference Sequence (rCRS), a contemporary European sequence published in 1981. This historical choice is a continuous source of inconsistencies, misinterpretations and errors in medical, forensic and population genetic studies. Here, after having refined the human mtDNA phylogeny to an unprecedented level by adding information from 8,216 modern mitogenomes, we propose switching the reference to a Reconstructed Sapiens Reference Sequence (RSRS), which was identified by considering all available mitogenomes from Homo neanderthalensis. http://www.mtdnacommunity.org/default.aspx

HVR1 REFERENCE SEQUENCE

Position

CRS

Your Result

16129

G

A

16172

T

C

16223

C

T

16311

T

C

16391

G

A

16519

T

C

HVR2 REFERENCE SEQUENCE

Position

CRS

Your Result

73

A

G

199

T

C

203

G

A

204

T

C

250

T

C

263

A

G

315.1

C

455.1

T

573.1

C

573.2

C

CR REFERENCE SEQUENCE

Position

CRS

Your Result

750

A

G

1438

A

G

1719

G

A

2706

A

G

3447

A

G

3990

C

T

4529

A

T

4769

A

G

6734

G

A

7028

C

T

8251

G

A

8616

G

T

8860

A

G

9947

G

A

10034

T

C

10238

T

C

10398

A

G

10915

T

C

11719

G

A

12501

G

A

12705

C

T

13780

A

G

14182

T

C

14766

C

T

15043

G

A

15326

A

G

15924

A

G

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  1. Conni ,my great great grandmother ,maternal line ,was an Allen.We have the same mtdna hg.o rh neg blood runs in this maternal line as well.You got to be kin.I found your site this morning ,looking for the I1a1b mtdna hg.

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