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Haplogroup J2-M172
18/25 = 72.0% Kazbegi/Georgia (Wells et al. 2001)
10/19 = 52.6% Djerba Jews (Capelli et al. 2005)
6/12 = 50% Samaritan/Israel (Shen et al. 2004) [found in Danfi & Tsadaka families]
11/23 = 47.8% Greek/Lasithi Prefecture, Crete (Martinez et al. 2007)
10/21 = 47.6% Azeri/Azerbaijan (Wells et al. 2001)
48/104 = 46.2% Greek/Heraklion Prefecture, Crete (Martinez et al. 2007)
18/39 = 46.2% Aromun/Dukasi, Albania (Bosch et al. 2005)
13/29 = 44.8% Greek/Khania, Crete (DiGiacomo et al. 2003)
12/27 = 44.4% Italian/Foggia (DiGiacomo et al. 2003)
12/30 = 40.0% Turkish (Semino et al. 2000)
8/20 = 40.0% Libyan Jew/Israel (Shen et al. 2004)
16/42 = 38.1% Greek/Iraklion, Crete (DiGiacomo et al. 2003)
24/65 = 36.9% Cyprus (Capelli et al. 2005)
8/22 = 36.4% Greek/Rethimnon, Crete (DiGiacomo et al. 2003)
21/59 = 35.6% Italian/Central Marche (Capelli et al. 2007)
20/57 = 35.1% Italian/West Calabria (Capelli et al. 2007)
15/43 = 34.9% Christian/Lebanon (Capelli et al. 2005)
17/50 = 34.0% Uygur/Kashgar area, SW Xinjiang (Shou et al. 2010)
21/63 = 33.3% Georgian (Semino et al. 2000)
14/42 = 33.3% Aromun/Kogalniceanu, Romania (Bosch et al. 2005)
9/27 = 33.3% Italian/Paola (DiGiacomo et al. 2003)
10/31 = 32.3% Yagnobi (Wells et al. 2001)
8/25 = 32.0% Kurmanji/Georgia (Nasidze et al. 2005)
21/66 = 31.8% Georgian (Battaglia et al. 2008)
7/22 = 31.8% Ingushian (Nasidze et al. 2003)
11/35 = 31.4% Italian/L'Aquila (DiGiacomo et al. 2003)
16/51 = 31.4% Italian/western Sicily (Francalacci et al. 2003)
5/16 = 31.3% Tajik/Dushanbe, Tajikistan (Wells et al. 2001)
16/52 = 30.8% Turkish/NW Turkey (Cinnioglu et al. 2004)
59/193 = 30.6% Greek/Crete (King et al. 2008)
22/72 = 30.6% Azerbaijanian (Nasidze et al. 2003)
7/23 = 30.4% Uzbek/NW Xinjiang (Shou et al. 2010)
16/53 = 30.2% Iranian/Samarkand, Uzbekistan (Wells et al. 2001)
15/50 = 30.0% Lebanese (Wells et al. 2001)
19/64 = 29.7% Iraqi (Sanchez et al. 2005)
25/86 = 29.1% Italian/Apulia (Semino et al. 2004)
9/31 = 29.0% Lebanese (Semino et al. 2000)
26/90 = 28.9% Turkish/Central Turkey (Cinnioglu et al. 2004)
25/87 = 28.7% Italian/East Sicily (Capelli et al. 2005)
12/42 = 28.6% Sephardi Jew (Semino et al. 2004)
8/28 = 28.6% Ossetian/Ardon, Russia (Nasidze et al. 2004)
6/21 = 28.6% Greek/Larisa (DiGiacomo et al. 2003)
27/95 = 28.4% Kurd (Muslim)/large majority of the subjects originated from northern Iraq (Nebel et al. 2001)
36/129 = 27.9% Turkish/Konya (Semino et al. 2004)
8/29 = 27.6% Turkish/N Turkey (Cinnioglu et al. 2004)
15/55 = 27.3% Italian/SW Sicily (Capelli et al. 2005)
9/33 = 27.3% Italian/Reggio Calabria (DiGiacomo et al. 2003)
6/22 = 27.3% Italian/Verona (DiGiacomo et al. 2003)
16/59 = 27.1% Turkey (Sanchez et al. 2005)
14/52 = 26.9% Italian/north-central Italy (Semino et al. 2004)
22/82 = 26.8% Turkish/E Turkey (Cinnioglu et al. 2004)
12/45 = 26.7% Georgian (Semino et al. 2004)
5/19 = 26.3% Chechenian (Nasidze et al. 2003)
6/23 = 26.1% Ossetian/Zil’ga, Russia (Nasidze et al. 2004)
13/50 = 26.0% Greek/Lasithi area, Crete (DiGiacomo et al. 2003)
7/27 = 25.9% Greek/Mitilini (DiGiacomo et al. 2003)
10/39 = 25.6% Muslim/Lebanon (Capelli et al. 2005)
11/43 = 25.6% Turkish/SE Turkey (Cinnioglu et al. 2004)
13/51 = 25.5% Italian/South Latium (Capelli et al. 2007)
35/139 = 25.2% Iraqi (Al-Zahery et al. 2003)
19/76 = 25.0% Kumyk/Dagestan (Yunusbaev 2006)
10/40 = 25.0% Lebanese (Semino et al. 2004)
5/20 = 25.0% Druze/Israel (Shen et al. 2004)
5/20 = 25.0% Italian/Casarano (DiGiacomo et al. 2003)
4/16 = 25.0% Balkarian (Semino et al. 2004)
4/16 = 25.0% Iranian/Esfahan, Iran (Wells et al. 2001)
3/12 = 25.0% Iranian/Shiraz, Iran (Wells et al. 2001)
3/12 = 25.0% Abkhazian (Nasidze et al. 2004)
43/174 = 24.7% Sephardi Jew/ancestry from Turkey, Bulgaria, Portugal, Djerba Island, Spain, or Greece (Adams et al. 2008)
14/57 = 24.6% Sephardi Jew/Trás-os-Montes, Portugal (Nogueiro et al. 2010)
8/33 = 24.2% Iranian/N Iran (Regueiro et al. 2006)
8/33 = 24.2% Turkish/S Turkey (Cinnioglu et al. 2004)
19/79 = 24.1% Ashkenazi Jew/Israel (Nebel et al. 2001)
24/100 = 24.0% Armenian (Nasidze et al. 2003)
17/71 = 23.9% Italian/South Apulia (Capelli et al. 2007)
5/21 = 23.8% Greek/Agrinion (DiGiacomo et al. 2003)
9/38 = 23.7% Balkarian (Battaglia et al. 2008)
12/51 = 23.5% Albanian (Semino et al. 2000)
4/17 = 23.5% Ossetian/Georgia (Wells et al. 2001)
19/82 = 23.2% Ashkenazi Jew (Semino et al. 2004)
27/117 = 23.1% Iranian/S Iran (Regueiro et al. 2006)
38/165 = 23.0% Gheg/N Albania (Ferri et al. 2010)
13/57 = 22.8% Italian/Calabria (Semino et al. 2004)
35/156 = 22.4% Iraqi (Semino et al. 2004)
6/27 = 22.2% Italian/Apennine Marche (Capelli et al. 2007)
8/37 = 21.6% Tharu/Morang District (Eastern Terai), Nepal (Fornarino et al. 2009)
10/47 = 21.3% Armenian/Armenia (Wells et al. 2001)
14/66 = 21.2% Punjabi/various caste ranks (Kivisild et al. 2003)
19/90 = 21.1% Malta (Capelli et al. 2005)
16/76 = 21.1% Greek (Semino et al. 2000)
8/38 = 21.1% Italian/Brindisi (DiGiacomo et al. 2003)
16/77 = 20.8% Georgian (Nasidze et al. 2003)
10/48 = 20.8% Italian/Cilento area (DiGiacomo et al. 2003)
5/24 = 20.8% Iranian/Tehran, Iran (Wells et al. 2001)
6/29 = 20.7% Gujarati (Kivisild et al. 2003)
6/29 = 20.7% Italian/North Gargano area (DiGiacomo et al. 2003)
19/92 = 20.7% Greek/Athens (Battaglia et al. 2008)
26/129 = 20.2% Yadhava/Dravidian, South India (Wells et al. 2001)
13/65 = 20.0% Aromun/Stip region, FYROM (Bosch et al. 2005)
11/55 = 20.0% Albanian/Tirana, Albania (Battaglia et al. 2008)
10/50 = 20.0% Iranian/Isfahan (Nasidze et al. 2004)
9/45 = 20.0% Albanian/Cosenza province, Italy (Semino et al. 2004)
8/40 = 20.0% Tajik/Samarkand, Uzbekistan (Wells et al. 2001)
4/20 = 20.0% Moroccan Jew/Israel (Shen et al. 2004)
3/15 = 20.0% Sinte Romani/Uzbekistan (Wells et al. 2001)
16/81 = 19.8% North India (Sahoo et al. 2006)
16/81 = 19.8% Turkish/Istanbul (Cinnioglu et al. 2004)
9/46 = 19.6% Italian/Benevento (DiGiacomo et al. 2003)
8/41 = 19.5% Greek/Thrace (Bosch et al. 2005)
8/41 = 19.5% Uighur/Kazakstan (Wells et al. 2001)
16/83 = 19.3% Turkish/NE Turkey (Cinnioglu et al. 2004)
84/442 = 19.0% Ashkenazi Jew (Behar et al. 2004)
15/79 = 19.0% Italian/Tuscany–Latium border (Capelli et al. 2007)
9/49 = 18.4% Andi/Dagestan (Yunusbaev 2006)
13/73 = 17.8% Turkish/Istanbul (Semino et al. 2004)
3/17 = 17.6% Kurd/Turkmenistan (Wells et al. 2001)
10/57 = 17.5% Greek/Sesklo-Dimini, Thessaly, Greece (King et al. 2008)
8/46 = 17.4% Italian/North–West Apulia (Capelli et al. 2007)
5/29 = 17.2% Italian/Avezzano (DiGiacomo et al. 2003)
7/41 = 17.1% Italian/Central Tuscany (Capelli et al. 2007)
24/143 = 16.8% Arab/Israel & the Palestinian Authority Area (Nebel et al. 2001)
14/84 = 16.7% Italian/West Campania (Capelli et al. 2007)
7/42 = 16.7% Arab/Bukhara, Uzbekistan (Wells et al. 2001)
7/42 = 16.7% Greek/Khios (DiGiacomo et al. 2003)
7/42 = 16.7% Italian/Sicily (Semino et al. 2004)
6/36 = 16.7% Romanian/Ploiesti, Romania (Bosch et al. 2005)
5/30 = 16.7% Albanian/Tirana, Albania (Bosch et al. 2005)
5/30 = 16.7% Turkmen/Turkmenistan (Wells et al. 2001)
4/24 = 16.7% Greek/Ioannina (DiGiacomo et al. 2003)
3/18 = 16.7% Greek/Patrai (DiGiacomo et al. 2003)
20/121 = 16.5% Tosk/S Albania (Ferri et al. 2010)
7/43 = 16.3% Middle Caste/Tamil Nadu (Watkins et al. 2008)
11/68 = 16.2% Italian/South Italy (Capelli et al. 2005)
11/68 = 16.2% Uzbek/Surkhandarya, Uzbekistan (Wells et al. 2001)
5/31 = 16.1% Southeastern Iranic-speaking Tajik/Tashkurgan area, SW Xinjiang (Shou et al. 2010)
4/25 = 16.0% Greek/Serrai (DiGiacomo et al. 2003)
25/157 = 15.9% Arab/Saudi Arabia (Abu-Amero et al. 2009)
14/88 = 15.9% Pakistan-India (Underhill et al. 2000)
9/57 = 15.8% Greek/Lerna-Franchthi, Argolis, Greece (King et al. 2008)
10/64 = 15.6% Albanian/FYROM (Battaglia et al. 2008)
12/77 = 15.6% Greek (Firasat et al. 2007)
7/45 = 15.6% Uzbek/Samarkand, Uzbekistan (Wells et al. 2001)
9/58 = 15.5% Uzbek/Bukhara, Uzbekistan (Wells et al. 2001)
12/78 = 15.4% Portuguese/S Portugal (Adams et al. 2008)
12/78 = 15.4% Sephardi Jew/Israel, paternal ancestry from North Africa, Iraq, Turkey, Iberia, Syria, Bulgaria (Nebel et al. 2001)
4/26 = 15.4% Spanish/Malaga, Spain (Flores et al. 2004)
9/59 = 15.3% West India [25 Konkanasth Brahmin + 20 Maratha + 14 Nav Buddha] (Sengupta et al. 2006)
15/99 = 15.2% Kurdish Jew/Israel, paternal ancestors of the majority of the subjects had lived in northern Iraq (Nebel et al. 2001)
12/80 = 15.0% Middle Caste/Andhra Pradesh (Watkins et al. 2008)
3/20 = 15.0% Ashkenazi Jew/Israel, of Polish origin (Shen et al. 2004)
3/20 = 15.0% Spanish/Asturias (Adams et al. 2008)
3/20 = 15.0% Iraqi Jew/Israel (Shen et al. 2004)
3/20 = 15.0% Italian/Pescara (DiGiacomo et al. 2003)
3/20 = 15.0% Macedonian (Semino et al. 2000)
3/20 = 15.0% Syrian (Semino et al. 2000)
4/27 = 14.8% Spanish/Cordoba, Spain (Flores et al. 2004)
94/638 = 14.7% Pakistan (Firasat et al. 2007)
8/55 = 14.5% Italian/North–East Latium (Capelli et al. 2007)
4/28 = 14.3% Spanish/Cadiz, Spain (Flores et al. 2004)
8/57 = 14.0% Greek/Macedonia (Battaglia et al. 2008)
7/50 = 14.0% Italian/Central-northern Italy (Semino et al. 2000)
7/50 = 14.0% Tharu/Nepal (Semino et al. 2004)
6/43 = 14.0% Konkanastha Brahmin/Bombay, Maharashtra (Kivisild et al. 2003)
6/43 = 14.0% Uzbek/Tashkent, Uzbekistan (Wells et al. 2001)
12/87 = 13.8% Kurmanji/Turkey (Nasidze et al. 2005)
10/73 = 13.7% Spanish/W Andalusia (Adams et al. 2008)
6/44 = 13.6% Basque/France (Semino et al. 2004)
3/22 = 13.6% Crimean Tatar/Uzbekistan (Wells et al. 2001)
3/22 = 13.6% Spanish/Huelva, Spain (Flores et al. 2004)
9/67 = 13.4% Italian/Trentino, Italy (Battaglia et al. 2008)
4/30 = 13.3% Turkish/W Turkey (Cinnioglu et al. 2004)
3/23 = 13.0% French (Semino et al. 2000)
10/80 = 12.5% North India [18 Chamar + 19 Muslim + 29 Rajput + 14 Uttar Pradesh Brahmin] (Sengupta et al. 2006)
5/40 = 12.5% Dungan/Kyrgyzstan (Wells et al. 2001)
3/24 = 12.5% Italian/Matera (DiGiacomo et al. 2003)
7/57 = 12.3% Tharu/Chitwan District (Central Terai), Nepal (Fornarino et al. 2009)
3/25 = 12.0% Greek/Kardhitsa (DiGiacomo et al. 2003)
3/25 = 12.0% Italian/Altamura (DiGiacomo et al. 2003)
22/184 = 12.0% Central Asia-Siberia (Underhill et al. 2000)
36/303 = 11.9% South India [30 Irula + 27 Koya Dora + 16 Kota + 30 Konda Reddy + 19 Kurumba + 8 Toda + 29 Pallan + 25 Vanniyar + 31 Vellalar + 29 Ambalakarar + 30 Iyengar + 29 Iyer] (Sengupta et al. 2006)
7/59 = 11.9% Kabardinian (Nasidze et al. 2003)
4/34 = 11.8% Spanish/Aragon (Adams et al. 2008)
9/77 = 11.7% Tharu/Chitwan District (Central Terai), Nepal (Fornarino et al. 2009)
5/43 = 11.6% Aromun/Krusevo, FYROM (Bosch et al. 2005)
17/147 = 11.6% Arab/Tanta & Cairo, Egypt (Luis et al. 2004)
6/52 = 11.5% Spanish/Extremadura (Adams et al. 2008)
6/52 = 11.5% Macedonian/Skopje, FYROM (Bosch et al. 2005)
8/70 = 11.4% Italian/NW Sicily (Capelli et al. 2005)
8/70 = 11.4% Uzbek/Khorezm, Uzbekistan (Wells et al. 2001)
5/44 = 11.4% Shugnan (Wells et al. 2001)
23/204 = 11.3% West India (Sahoo et al. 2006)
2/18 = 11.1% Cambodia & Laos (Underhill et al. 2000)
11/100 = 11.0% Portuguese/Southern Portugal (Gonçalves et al. 2005)
14/129 = 10.9% Portuguese/Madeira (Gonçalves et al. 2005)
20/185 = 10.8% Italian/Cagliari, S Sardinia (Contu et al. 2008)
13/121 = 10.7% Portuguese/Açores (Gonçalves et al. 2005)
6/57 = 10.5% Greek/Nea Nikomedeia, Macedonia, Greece (King et al. 2008)
4/38 = 10.5% Hunza/Pakistan (Underhill et al. 2000)
4/38 = 10.5% Kazan Tatar (Wells et al. 2001)
2/19 = 10.5% Uzbek/Kashkadarya, Uzbekistan (Wells et al. 2001)
8/77 = 10.4% Karanogay/Dagestan (Yunusbaev 2006)
8/77 = 10.4% Kathmandu, Nepal (Gayden et al. 2007)
17/164 = 10.4% Arab/United Arab Emirates (Cadenas et al. 2008)
3/29 = 10.3% Croat/Osijek, Croatia (Battaglia et al. 2008)
4/39 = 10.3% Sinhalese/Sri Lanka (Kivisild et al. 2003)
4/39 = 10.3% Tunisia (Capelli et al. 2005)
5/49 = 10.2% Arab/Morocco (Cruciani et al. 2002)
8/80 = 10.0% Iranian/Tehran (Nasidze et al. 2004)
3/30 = 10.0% Italian/Val di Non area (DiGiacomo et al. 2003)
2/20 = 10.0% Yemenite Jew/Israel (Shen et al. 2004)
12/121 = 9.9% Arab/Oman (Luis et al. 2004)
8/81 = 9.9% Italian/Sardinia (Capelli et al. 2005)
91/927 = 9.8% Italian/Sardinia (Contu et al. 2008)
4/41 = 9.8% Greek/Lasithi Plateau, Crete (Martinez et al. 2007)
14/144 = 9.7% Italian/Sardinia (Semino et al. 2004)
6/62 = 9.7% Arab/Yemen (Cadenas et al. 2008)
3/31 = 9.7% Spanish/Valencia, Spain (Flores et al. 2004)
6/63 = 9.5% Uzbek/Fergana Valley, Uzbekistan (Wells et al. 2001)
4/42 = 9.5% Italian/Garfagnana area (DiGiacomo et al. 2003)
2/21 = 9.5% Spanish/Castile, Spain (Flores et al. 2004)
9/95 = 9.5% Spanish/E Andalusia (Adams et al. 2008)
8/85 = 9.4% Bosniac/Bosnia & Herzegovina (Marjanovic et al. 2005)
4/44 = 9.1% Kalash/Pakistan (Firasat et al. 2007)
4/44 = 9.1% Karakalpak/Uzbekistan (Wells et al. 2001)
3/33 = 9.1% Upper Caste/Andhra Pradesh (Watkins et al. 2008)
2/22 = 9.1% Tajik/Khojant, Tajikistan (Wells et al. 2001) [Judging from the description given by Zerjal et al. 2002, this sample may be from Penjikent, Tajikistan instead of Khojant.]
7/78 = 9.0% Upper Caste/Tamil Nadu (Watkins et al. 2008)
4/45 = 8.9% Czech and Slovakian (Semino et al. 2000)
3/34 = 8.8% Italian/Val Badia, Alto Adige (Capelli et al. 2007)
3/34 = 8.8% Lower Caste/Tamil Nadu (Watkins et al. 2008)
2/23 = 8.7% Ossetian/Zamankul, Russia (Nasidze et al. 2004)
7/81 = 8.6% Serb/Bosnia & Herzegovina (Marjanovic et al. 2005)
11/128 = 8.6% East India [18 West Bengal Brahmin + 7 Tanti + 14 Santal + 13 Mahishya + 20 Lodha + 30 Ho + 5 Gaud + 11 Bagdi + 10 Agharia] (Sengupta et al. 2006)
8/95 = 8.4% Italian/Elba Island (Capelli et al. 2007)
6/72 = 8.3% Arab/Qatar (Cadenas et al. 2008)
9/109 = 8.3% Portuguese/N. Portugal (Flores et al. 2004)
4/49 = 8.2% Hindu/New Delhi, India (Fornarino et al. 2009)
12/148 = 8.1% Portuguese/Southern Portugal [3/35 Lisboa + 1/27 Setúbal + 4/28 Portalegre + 1/29 Évora + 1/8 Beja + 2/21 Faro] (Beleza et al. 2006)
5/62 = 8.1% Spanish/Majorca (Adams et al. 2008)
8/100 = 8.0% Spanish/NW Castile (Adams et al. 2008)
4/50 = 8.0% Bashkir/Saratovsk & Samarsk (Lobov et al. 2009)
23/292 = 7.9% Portuguese/Northern Portugal [9/59 Viana do Castelo + 0/51 Braga + 10/118 Porto + 1/25 Bragança + 3/39 Vila Real] (Beleza et al. 2006)
7/89 = 7.9% Russian/Tashkent, Uzbekistan (Wells et al. 2001)
12/155 = 7.7% Spanish/Seville, Spain (Flores et al. 2004)
2/26 = 7.7% French/Bearn, France (Semino et al. 2004)
5/66 = 7.6% Newar/Nepal (Gayden et al. 2007)
4/53 = 7.5% Ukrainian/Rashkovo, Transnistria (Varzari 2006)
7/93 = 7.5% Spanish/Andalusia (Semino et al. 2004)
6/80 = 7.5% Bashkir/Abzelilovsk (Lobov et al. 2009)
4/54 = 7.4% Hui/Ningxia (Karafet et al. 2001)
4/54 = 7.4% Uzbek (Karafet et al. 2001)
3/41 = 7.3% Chenchu/Dravidian tribe, Andhra Pradesh (Kivisild et al. 2003)
3/41 = 7.3% Gagauz/Etulia, Moldova (Varzari 2006)
7/97 = 7.2% Burusho/Pakistan (Firasat et al. 2007)
6/85 = 7.1% Italian/Tempio, N Sardinia (Contu et al. 2008)
1/14 = 7.1% Abazinian (Nasidze et al. 2003)
7/101 = 6.9% Portuguese/Northern Portugal (Gonçalves et al. 2005)
2/29 = 6.9% Italian/Genoa (DiGiacomo et al. 2003)
6/88 = 6.8% Spanish/Galicia (Adams et al. 2008)
4/60 = 6.7% Portuguese/N Portugal (Adams et al. 2008)
3/45 = 6.7% Madjar/Kazakhstan (Bíró et al. 2009)
6/92 = 6.5% Ukrainian (Battaglia et al. 2008)
2/31 = 6.5% West Bengali/various caste ranks (Kivisild et al. 2003)
2/31 = 6.5% Romanian/Constanta, Romania (Bosch et al. 2005)
4/63 = 6.3% Spanish/Castilla la Mancha (Adams et al. 2008)
2/32 = 6.3% Yugur/Qinghai-Gansu (Shou et al. 2010)
5/80 = 6.3% Spanish/Catalonia (Adams et al. 2008)
2/33 = 6.1% Copt/Sudan (Hassan et al. 2008)
3/50 = 6.0% Ukrainian (Semino et al. 2000)
18/305 = 5.9% South India (Sahoo et al. 2006)
4/68 = 5.9% Uygur/Xinjiang (Karafet et al. 2001)
1/17 = 5.9% Ethiopian Jew/Israel (Shen et al. 2004)
1/17 = 5.9% Other Polynesians/Samoa(n=7)+Tonga(n=3)+Rarotonga(n=1)+Moumea(n=1)+Tokelau(n=1)+Cook Islands(n=1)+Unspecified Polynesian(n=3) (Underhill et al. 2001)
6/103 = 5.8% Italian/Sorgono, Central Sardinia (Contu et al. 2008)
2/35 = 5.7% Lambadi/Andhra Pradesh (Kivisild et al. 2003)
3/54 = 5.6% Lower Caste/Andhra Pradesh (Watkins et al. 2008)
3/54 = 5.6% Romanian/Buhusi & Piatra-Neamt, Romania (Varzari 2006)
5/91 = 5.5% Russian/Krasnoborsk, Northern Russia (Balanovsky et al. 2008)
4/73 = 5.5% Spanish/Valencia (Adams et al. 2008)
4/75 = 5.3% Czech (Battaglia et al. 2008)
4/76 = 5.3% Hindu/India (Semino et al. 2004)
1/19 = 5.3% Aromun/Andon Poci, Albania (Bosch et al. 2005)
5/96 = 5.2% Pathan/Pakistan (Firasat et al. 2007)
3/58 = 5.2% Croatian (Semino et al. 2000)
11/217 = 5.1% Portuguese/Central Portugal [3/66 Aveiro + 2/30 Viseu + 2/20 Coimbra + 0/35 Leiria + 2/8 Santarém + 2/30 Guarda + 0/28 Castelo Branco] (Beleza et al. 2006)
3/60 = 5.0% Spanish/Leon, Spain (Flores et al. 2004)
3/61 = 4.9% Java, Indonesia (Karafet et al. 2010)
2/42 = 4.8% Avar/Dagestan (Yunusbaev 2006)
1/22 = 4.5% Basque/France (Semino et al. 2000)
1/22 = 4.5% Ethiopian Jew (Cruciani et al. 2002)
4/89 = 4.5% Croat/Croatia (Battaglia et al. 2008)
4/90 = 4.4% Kuban Cossack/Southern Russia (Balanovsky et al. 2008)
1/23 = 4.3% Saami/Russia (Wells et al. 2001)
6/143 = 4.2% Russian/Belgorod, Southern Russia (Balanovsky et al. 2008)
4/96 = 4.2% Southern Altaian [2/43 Beshpeltir, 2/46 Kulada, 0/7 Kosh-Agach] (Kharkov et al. 2007)
3/72 = 4.2% Moldavian/Karahasani, Moldova (Varzari 2006)
2/48 = 4.2% Gagauz/Kongaz, Moldova (Varzari 2006)
1/24 = 4.2% Ossetian/Alagir, Russia (Nasidze et al. 2004)
1/24 = 4.2% Rutulian (Nasidze et al. 2004)
1/24 = 4.2% Spanish & French/Pyrenees & Gascony (Adams et al. 2008)
3/73 = 4.1% Russian/Kashin, Central Russia (Balanovsky et al. 2008)
3/73 = 4.1% Tunisian (Semino et al. 2004)
15/367 = 4.1% East India (Sahoo et al. 2006)
2/49 = 4.1% Russian/North Russia (Wells et al. 2001)
2/50 = 4.0% Arab (Gaalien)/Sudan (Hassan et al. 2008)
2/50 = 4.0% Central India (Sahoo et al. 2006)
2/52 = 3.8% Russian/Unzha, Central Russia (Balanovsky et al. 2008)
1/26 = 3.8% Darginian (Nasidze et al. 2003)
1/26 = 3.8% Hindu/Chitwan District (Central Terai), Nepal (Fornarino et al. 2009)
2/54 = 3.7% Moldavian/Sofia, Moldova (Varzari 2006)
2/54 = 3.7% Spanish/Ibiza (Adams et al. 2008)
1/27 = 3.7% Chamalin/Dagestan (Yunusbaev 2006)
1/28 = 3.6% Catalan (Semino et al. 2004)
1/28 = 3.6% Pomor (Wells et al. 2001)
1/29 = 3.4% Tribals/Andhra Pradesh, India (Fornarino et al. 2009)
1/30 = 3.3% Bartangi (Wells et al. 2001)
1/30 = 3.3% Kazakh (Karafet et al. 2001)
1/31 = 3.2% Ossetian/Digora, Russia (Nasidze et al. 2004)
1/31 = 3.2% Spanish/NE Castile (Adams et al. 2008)
1/32 = 3.1% Bedouin/Negev Desert, Israel (Nebel et al. 2001)
2/68 = 2.9% Dargin/Dagestan (Yunusbaev 2006)
1/34 = 2.9% Corsica/sampled around the towns of Corte in the center of the island, and Bastia in the north (Francalacci et al. 2003)
3/102 = 2.9% Portuguese/Central Portugal (Gonçalves et al. 2005)
3/103 = 2.9% Berber/Morocco (Bosch et al. 2001)
2/70 = 2.9% Spanish/Cantabria, Spain (Flores et al. 2004)
3/107 = 2.8% Russian/Roslavl, Central Russia (Balanovsky et al. 2008)
13/471 = 2.8% Bashkir [0/89 = 0.0% Baymaksk - 4/50 = 8.0% Saratovsk & Samarsk] (Lobov et al. 2009)
1/37 = 2.7% Spanish/Minorca (Adams et al. 2008)
2/75 = 2.7% Slovenian (Battaglia et al. 2008)
1/39 = 2.6% Nubian/Sudan (Hassan et al. 2008)
1/39 = 2.6% Turk (Nasidze et al. 2004)
2/80 = 2.5% Bashkir/Burzyansk (Lobov et al. 2009)
1/42 = 2.4% Beja/Sudan (Hassan et al. 2008)
1/43 = 2.3% Tabassaran/Dagestan (Yunusbaev 2006)
1/44 = 2.3% Arab/Morocco (Bosch et al. 2001)
1/44 = 2.3% Han/Shaanxi (Karafet et al. 2001)
1/44 = 2.3% Maewo, Vanuatu (Karafet et al. 2010)
1/45 = 2.2% Hungarian (Semino et al. 2000)
1/45 = 2.2% Russian/Pristen, Southern Russia (Balanovsky et al. 2008)
1/46 = 2.2% Sourashtran/IE, South India (Wells et al. 2001)
1/48 = 2.1% Amhara/Ethiopia (Semino et al. 2002)
3/147 = 2.0% Mongolian (Karafet et al. 2001)
1/50 = 2.0% Northern Altaian [1/20 Gorno-Altaisk, 0/11 Kurmach-Baigol, 0/19 Turochak] (Kharkov et al. 2007)
1/50 = 2.0% Tu/Qinghai-Gansu (Shou et al. 2010)
1/52 = 1.9% Bashkir/Sterlibashevsk (Lobov et al. 2009)
1/52 = 1.9% Kyrgyz/Kyrgyzstan (Wells et al. 2001)
1/53 = 1.9% Hungarian (Battaglia et al. 2008)
1/54 = 1.9% Mandar/Sulawesi, Indonesia (Karafet et al. 2010)
1/54 = 1.9% Maori/New Zealand (Underhill et al. 2001)
1/70 = 1.4% Vietnamese (Karafet et al. 2001)
1/75 = 1.3% Russian/Ostrov, Central Russia (Balanovsky et al. 2008)
1/75 = 1.3% Tibetan/Xizang (Karafet et al. 2001)
1/78 = 1.3% Eastern Evenk/Nyukzha River (Karafet et al. 2002)
1/78 = 1.3% Oromo/Ethiopia (Semino et al. 2002)
1/81 = 1.2% Buryat (Karafet et al. 2001)
1/84 = 1.2% Kallar/Dravidian, South India (Wells et al. 2001)
1/90 = 1.1% Croat/Bosnia & Herzegovina (Marjanovic et al. 2005; 2/90 = 2.2% J2-M172 for this same sample according to Battaglia et al. 2008)
1/96 = 1.0% Russian/Repievka, Southern Russia (Balanovsky et al. 2008)
1/99 = 1.0% Polish (Battaglia et al. 2008)
1/100 = 1.0% SE Cabo Verde (Gonçalves et al. 2003)
1/101 = 1.0% NW Cabo Verde (Gonçalves et al. 2003)
1/110 = 0.9% Russian/Livni, Southern Russia (Balanovsky et al. 2008)
1/121 = 0.8% Russian/Vologda, Northern Russia (Balanovsky et al. 2008)
1/156 = 0.6% Tibet (Gayden et al. 2007)
4/641 = 0.6% Balinese/Bali, Indonesia (Karafet et al. 2010)
1/184 = 0.5% Yakut (Pakendorf et al. 2007)
1/201 = 0.5% Somali/Denmark (Sanchez et al. 2005)
0/9 Iengra Evenk (Pakendorf et al. 2007)
0/12 Koryak (Karafet et al. 2002)
0/12 Lezgi/Azerbaijan (Wells et al. 2001)
0/13 Yukaghir (Pakendorf et al. 2006)
0/16 German (Semino et al. 2000)
0/19 Russians/NW Xinjiang (Shou et al. 2010)
0/19 Spanish/Galicia, Spain (Flores et al. 2004)
0/19 Zhuang/Guangxi (Karafet et al. 2001)
0/20 Algerian (Semino et al. 2004)
0/20 Palestinian (Shen et al. 2004)
0/23 Oroqen (Karafet et al. 2001)
0/24 Arab (Arakien)/Sudan (Hassan et al. 2008)
0/24 Mongolian (Wells et al. 2001)
0/24 Saami (Semino et al. 2000)
0/25 British (Wells et al. 2001)
0/25 Ishkashimi (Wells et al. 2001)
0/25 Lezgi/Dagestan (Nasidze et al. 2004)
0/25 Svanetian/Georgia (Wells et al. 2001)
0/26 Basque (Rosser et al. 2000)
0/26 Orkney (Wells et al. 2001)
0/27 Bao’an/Qinghai-Gansu (Shou et al. 2010)
0/27 Ukrainian (Rosser et al. 2000)
0/27 Zazaki/Turkey (Nasidze et al. 2005)
0/28 Arab (Meseria)/Sudan (Hassan et al. 2008)
0/28 Bagvalin/Dagestan (Yunusbaev 2006)
0/28 Icelandic (Rosser et al. 2000)
0/29 Altai (Karafet et al. 2001)
0/29 Saharawish (Bosch et al. 2001)
0/31 Lezgin/Dagestan (Yunusbaev 2006)
0/32 Hausa/Sudan (Hassan et al. 2008)
0/32 Malaysian (Karafet et al. 2001)
0/32 Xibo/NW Xinjiang (Shou et al. 2010)
0/33 Tatar/NE Xinjiang (Shou et al. 2010)
0/33 Yakut-speaking Evenk (Pakendorf et al. 2006)
0/34 Bashkir/Eastern Orenburgia (Lobov et al. 2009)
0/34 Dutch (Semino et al. 2004)
0/34 Latvian (Rosser et al. 2000)
0/35 Salar/Qinghai-Gansu (Shou et al. 2010)
0/35 Dongxiang/Qinghai-Gansu (Shou et al. 2010)
0/38 Lithuanian (Rosser et al. 2000)
0/40 Western Evenk/Stony Tunguska River (Pakendorf et al. 2006)
0/40 Han/Guangdong (Karafet et al. 2001)
0/40 Sudan (Underhill et al. 2000)
0/41 Evenk/PRC (Karafet et al. 2001)
0/41 Kazakh/NE Xinjiang (Shou et al. 2010)
0/41 Koya/Dravidian tribe, Andhra Pradesh (Kivisild et al. 2003)
0/42 Tuvinian (Wells et al. 2001)
0/43 Bashkir/Permsk (Lobov et al. 2009)
0/43 Bashkir/Western Orenburgia (Lobov et al. 2009)
0/43 Scottish (Rosser et al. 2000)
0/43 Udmurt (Semino et al. 2000)
0/43 Yizu/Sichuan (Karafet et al. 2001)
0/45 Kirghiz/SW Xinjiang (Shou et al. 2010)
0/45 Korean (Wells et al. 2001)
0/45 Tamang/Nepal (Gayden et al. 2007)
0/46 Mari (Semino et al. 2000)
0/48 Basque/Spain (Semino et al. 2004)
0/48 Saami (Rosser et al. 2000)
0/49 Tujia/Hunan (Karafet et al. 2001)
0/50 Inner Mongolian (Shou et al. 2010)
0/51 Cornish (Rosser et al. 2000)
0/51 She (Karafet et al. 2001)
0/52 Manchu/Liaoning (Karafet et al. 2001)
0/54 Kazak/Kazakstan (Wells et al. 2001)
0/54 Nenets (Wells et al. 2001)
0/54 Russian/Mezen, Northern Russia (Balanovsky et al. 2008)
0/55 Polish (Semino et al. 2000)
0/55 Tuvan (Pakendorf et al. 2006)
0/57 Finnish (Rosser et al. 2000)
0/57 Miao (Karafet et al. 2001)
0/57 Russian/Porhov, Central Russia (Balanovsky et al. 2008)
0/60 Yao/Guangxi (Karafet et al. 2001)
0/64 Berber/Morocco (Cruciani et al. 2002)
0/64 Gotlander (Rosser et al. 2000)
0/65 Chinese (Semino et al. 2004)
0/67 Northeast India (Sahoo et al. 2006)
0/71 Central India tribes [21 Halba/Indo-European + 30 Kamar/Dravidian + 20 Muria/Dravidian] (Sengupta et al. 2006)
0/72 Norwegian (Passarino et al. 2002)
0/74 Korean (Karafet et al. 2001)
0/77 Even (Pakendorf et al. 2007)
0/82 Han/Taiwan (Karafet et al. 2001)
0/87 Northeast India tribes [4 Chakma + 30 Jamatia + 5 Mog + 27 Mizo + 21 Tripuri] (Sengupta et al. 2006)
0/89 Bashkir/Baymaksk (Lobov et al. 2009)
0/113 Latvian (Lappalainen et al. 2008)
0/114 Russian/Pinega, Northern Russia (Balanovsky et al. 2008)
0/120 Western Scottish (Rosser et al. 2000)
0/132 Karelian (Lappalainen et al. 2008)
0/139 Senegalese (Semino et al. 2002)
0/160 Swedish (Lappalainen et al. 2008)
0/230 Western Finnish (Lappalainen et al. 2008)
0/276 Guiné-Bissau (Gonçalves et al. 2003)
0/306 Eastern Finnish (Lappalainen et al. 2008)
Edited by Ebizur, May 28 2010, 07:47:15 PM.
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Can you give an analysis on top of the raw numbers, my good man?
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