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Yeniseian mtDNA hg profiles
Topic Started: May 21 2017, 05:09:32 PM (44 Views)
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Ket samples of Derbeneva et al. 2002:
- 21 in Sulomai
- 17 in Turukhansk

Sulomai only:
F: 9/21=42,9% (see p. 1319)

pooled sample:
- hgs which occur once only: D, Z (ht same as in one Nganasan), W
- rest when one ignores the Sulomai F ht: 26
--- A: 3=11,5%
--- C: 6=23,1% (C2 according to Starikovskaya et al. 2005)

--- H: 4=15,4%
--- U4: 11=42,3%
--- U5a(xU5a1): 2=7,7%

Ket samples of Flegontov et al. 2016:
- 2 from Alinskoye
- 1 from Baikha
- 3 from Bakhta
- 2 from Baklanikha
- 1 from Igarka
- 1 from Irkutsk region
- 1 from Kangotovo
- 13 from Kellog
- 1 from Komsa
- 1 from Kostino
- 3 from Maduika
- 2 from Pakulikha
- 1 from Serkovo
- 1 from Sukhaya Tunguska
- 8 from Sulomai
- 4 from Surgutikha
- 1 from Verkhneimbatsk

(That said, Flegontov et al. wrote that Selkup admixture has to be expected in Baikha and Kellog according to Krivonogov. And no less than 16 of their samples are from there. Nevertheless, they do not reveal the mtDNA hg distribution/s of the samples from those two locations.)

Hgs which occur once only: A8, D4, F2, J1, Z1
Rest when one ignores the four F1 samples as well:
C4: 6/37=16,2%
Y1: 2=5,4%

H: 6=16,2% (includes three H1 samples)
N2: 3=8,1% (probably from the steppes, could have entered Ket gene pool directly or indirectly via Ugrians)
U4: 14=37,8%
U5: 6=16,2%

And when one ignores Y1 and N2, the hg profile is like this:
C4: 6/32=18,8%

H: 6=18,8%
U4: 14=43,8%
U5: 6=18,8%

I.e., the hg distribution is more or less similar to that in the sample of Derbeneva et al. 2002.
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