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Genetics of the Rom

Posted: Thu May 12, 2016 5:50 pm
by dpyates
Here is the latest study, from European Journal of Human Genetics. What interests me are the mitochondrial lines of founder Gypsy women H7, J1b3, J1c1, M18, M35b, M5a1, U3, and X2d. Does anyone have these haplogroups in their family in tandem with Gypsy heritage?

http://www.nature.com/ejhg/journal/v24/ ... NDc3MDIxS0

Re: Genetics of the Rom

Posted: Sun Sep 25, 2016 5:27 am
by Nickenece
The closest I come is J1c2 :)

Re: Genetics of the Rom

Posted: Sat Nov 26, 2016 3:52 am
by Melissagruiz
How do I find out my mtdna haplogroup?

Re: Genetics of the Rom

Posted: Mon Nov 28, 2016 7:03 pm
by DNAadministrator
Melissa, your haplogroup is determined by a cheek swab test. It is a simple process- the link to order the test from DNA Consultants is
[https://dnaconsultants.com/product/our-tests/premium-female-dna-test-mtdna/]

You can see a sample of the test before ordering. Please call us at 888-806-2588 10AM-6PM Mountain time if you have questions.

Sue

Re: Genetics of the Rom

Posted: Thu Mar 30, 2017 1:02 am
by ymidualc
Hi!

I'd like to know why I have a strong Romani ancestry, but I have no haplogroup present in Romani my paternal is R-P312 and the maternal is mTDNA V *

In 18 Ethnic Panel,I have South Asia Marker,I have Romani in Megapopulation listed as 1 on the top 10 and I have Romani listed as 1 in Special Euro Update.And I have Sinti Gene.

I wait Reply.



Rank
European Population Matches
1
Romani (n = 202)
2
Bosnia and Herzegovina (n = 171)
3
Turkish (n = 500)
4
Albanian
-
Kosovo (n = 136)
5
Netherlands (n = 231)
6
Czech Republic (n = 200)
7
Montenegro (n = 200)
8
Greece (n =208)
9
Portugal (n = 150)
10
Romania (n=243)
11
Slovakia (n = 247)
12
Belarusian (n = 176)
13
Northern Ireland
(n = 207)
14
Bulgaria (n = 205)
15
Scotland
-
Lowlands (n = 494)

16
Armenian
-
(n = 404)
17
France
-
South (n = 335)
18
Slovenia (n = 207)
19
Belgium (n = 206)
20
Macedonian (n = 100)

Mega Population
Sort by Avg
.
Freq
.
(1 in )
Romani
5.913E+11
East European
8.365E+11
Mediterranean European
9.647E+11
Central European
1.022E+12
Jewish
1.070E+12
Austronesian
1.109E+12
Middle Eastern
1.346E+12
Southeast Asian
1.347E+12
Australoid
1.711E+12
European American
1.875E+12


Rares from History
YOUR PERSONAL RARE MARKER
RESULTS

Scythian


Thuya

Akhenaten

King Tut

Sinti

Europa










Re: Genetics of the Rom

Posted: Tue Apr 04, 2017 6:57 pm
by jakayj
One possible explanation is that you got Romani from your mother's father or your father's mother. The haplogoup tests don't cross gender boundaries.

Hope this helps.

Regards,
Jakay

Re: Genetics of the Rom

Posted: Tue Apr 18, 2017 11:44 am
by ymidualc
Thanks!