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What is your maternal Haplogroup?

Discussion in 'Genetic Testing and SNPs' started by ukxmrv, Jul 31, 2013.

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What is my maternal Haplogroup from 23 and Me?

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  2. B

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  5. E

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  8. H

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  10. J

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  11. K

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  12. T

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  13. U

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  14. V

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  19. Other

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  1. ukxmrv

    ukxmrv Senior Member

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    Sorry, I can't type all of them in as poll options (too many for the website). Sorry!

    This is not a public poll so your name will not appear when you vote.

    Maybe we'll see something here?
     
  2. Al Klein

    Al Klein Senior Member

    Mine is h5a but I didn't know which to click so chose the 5th
     
  3. searcher

    searcher

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    I'm n1b2 so I put 'Other'
     
  4. LaurieL

    LaurieL Senior Member

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    You would select H.

    You would select N.
     
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  5. ukxmrv

    ukxmrv Senior Member

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    just bumping this up to see if we have any more
     
  6. Firestormm

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    ukxmrv Thanks for bumping. I have to ask what it is you are talking about and if it is only relevant to people who have taken a test (?) with 23 and ME?

    n.b. there's a spelling mistake in your thread title - don't know if this is affecting feedback.

    Thanks :)
     
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  7. ukxmrv

    ukxmrv Senior Member

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    It's under the "genetic testing and snps" heading. Not sure what is the problem Firestormm? Sorry I am too foggy brained to do any better. Hope that's OK? If someone wants to start a better version of this poll I'm not worried.
     
  8. Firestormm

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    Wasn't a criticism. Just wondered what it was, that's all. Sorry :)
     
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  9. bel canto

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    Firestormm - as the maternal haplogroup is based on mitochondria (mtdna) inherited from our mothers, maybe a poll would be informative in that the haplogroups differ in mututations. And maybe mito mutations can affect energy production.

    ukxmrv- is that it, or is that something else?

    I've wondered whether children of women with me/cfs are more likely to also be affected than children of men with me/cfs, as the former would share the mtdna and the latter would not. Never heard that anyone has looked into it.
     
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    ukxmrv Senior Member

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    Thanks Firestormm and Bel Canto,

    I was just thinking of the mitochondria connections to ME and CFS. Most families I know with children affected have the mother with ME. That is probably just a coincidence but the 23 and ME data was all I could think of to poll on.

    There may be specific SNP's but I haven't got that far yet.
     
  12. searcher

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    LaurieL - N wasn't an option due to the limitations in the # of poll options which is why I put other.
     
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  13. frenchmoxie

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    I'm maternal group k1c2
     
  14. Slicky

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    U6 for my kiddo.
     
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    D4e1, but I don't have CFS. DO you still want me to participate in the poll? No CFS in my family, either.
    I would love to be in contact with some of my maternal haplogroup relatives, so PM me if you're D4e1 please!
     
  17. JaimeS

    JaimeS Senior Member

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    I'm very interested in this! It's important though to compare to the worldwide averages...

    I think the majority of us here are from Europe, N. America, and Australia, so the H haplogroup would appear to be about at the right percentage...

    I'd be interested in a poll that narrowed it down a bit. I'm H3, which is less common. It's kind of hard to reach significance when there are so many groups and subgroups and not thousands of people, though. ;)

    -J
     
  18. Valentijn

    Valentijn Activity Level: 3

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    Here's the tally from the 54 ME/CFS patients (with PEM) who I have 23andMe data for:
    • D5a - 1
    • H (no subgroup) - 2
    • H1 (no subgroup) - 3
    • H1b - 2
    • H1c - 4
    • H2a - 3
    • H3h - 3
    • H5k - 1
    • H6a - 1
    • H13a - 1
    • H16 - 1
    • H18 - 1
    • H24a - 1
    • HV (no subgroup) - 1
    • I2 (no subgroup) - 1
    • I2a - 1
    • I4a - 2
    • J1b - 1
    • J1c - 5
    • J2a - 2
    • K1a - 1
    • K1b - 1
    • L2c - 1
    • N1b - 2
    • T1a - 1
    • T2b - 4
    • T2C - 1
    • U4a - 2
    • U5a - 2
    • U5b - 1
    • W1e - 1
     
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    I see that Firestormm is now a guest. Does anyone know how he is doing?
     
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    He's still active on twitter.
     
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