Information on the Eurasian - Uralic-Yukaghir Metapopulation

The Uralic-Yukaghir Metapopulation (Eurasian - Uralic-Yukaghir) consists of 1,626 haplotypes (at least minimal) which were published in 8 population studies.

Most common haplotypes

Count DYS19 DYS389I DYS389II DYS390 DYS391 DYS392 DYS393 DYS385
241 14 14 30 24 11 14 14 11,13
106 14 12 28 23 10 11 13 14,14
63 14 14 30 24 10 14 14 11,13
46 14 13 29 23 11 14 14 11,13
39 14 12 28 23 10 11 13 14,15
33 14 14 30 23 11 14 14 11,13
30 14 13 29 23 10 14 14 11,13
26 14 13 29 23 10 14 13 12,13
18 13 13 31 23 10 12 13 12,12
18 14 13 29 24 11 14 14 11,13
Count DYS391 DYS389I DYS439 DYS389II DYS438 DYS437 DYS19 DYS392 DYS393 DYS390 DYS385
183 11 14 10 30 10 14 14 14 14 24 11,13
69 10 12 10 28 10 16 14 11 13 23 14,14
52 11 14 11 30 10 14 14 14 14 24 11,13
40 11 13 10 29 10 14 14 14 14 23 11,13
27 10 12 10 28 10 16 14 11 13 23 14,15
26 10 13 10 29 10 14 14 14 13 23 12,13
25 11 14 10 30 10 14 14 14 14 23 11,13
24 10 12 11 28 10 16 14 11 13 23 14,14
24 10 14 10 30 10 14 14 14 14 24 11,13
22 10 13 10 29 10 14 14 14 14 23 11,13
Count DYS456 DYS389I DYS390 DYS389II DYS458 DYS19 DYS385 DYS393 DYS391 DYS439 DYS635 DYS392 YGATAH4 DYS437 DYS438 DYS448
78 14 14 24 30 17 14 11,13 14 11 10 21 14 12 14 10 19
21 14 12 23 28 15 14 14,14 13 10 10 22 11 11 16 10 20
21 14 14 24 30 16 14 11,13 14 11 11 21 14 12 14 10 19
19 14 14 24 30 17 14 11,13 14 11 11 21 14 12 14 10 19
18 14 14 24 30 18 14 11,13 14 11 10 21 14 12 14 10 19
15 14 14 24 30 17 14 11,13 14 11 10 21 14 13 14 10 19
15 14 14 24 30 17 14 11,13 14 11 10 22 14 12 14 10 19
13 14 12 23 28 16 14 14,14 13 10 10 22 11 11 16 10 20
12 14 14 24 30 17 14 11,13 14 11 10 21 14 11 14 10 19
11 14 12 23 28 15 14 14,14 13 10 10 21 11 11 16 10 20
Count DYS576 DYS389I DYS448 DYS389II DYS19 DYS391 DYS481 DYS549 DYS533 DYS438 DYS437 DYS570 DYS635 DYS390 DYS439 DYS392 DYS643 DYS393 DYS458 DYS385 DYS456 YGATAH4
24 18 14 19 30 14 11 20 11 11 10 14 18 21 24 10 14 11 14 17 11,13 14 12
16 18 14 19 30 14 11 20 11 11 10 14 19 21 24 10 14 11 14 17 11,13 14 12
8 18 14 19 30 14 11 20 11 11 10 14 18 21 24 10 14 11 14 17 11,13 14 13
7 18 14 19 30 14 11 20 11 11 10 14 19 21 24 11 14 11 14 16 11,13 14 12
7 19 14 19 30 14 11 20 11 11 10 14 18 21 24 10 14 11 14 17 11,13 14 12
6 18 14 19 30 14 11 20 11 11 10 14 17 21 24 10 14 11 14 17 11,13 14 12
5 17 14 19 30 14 11 20 11 11 10 14 18 21 24 10 14 11 14 17 11,13 14 12
5 18 14 19 30 14 11 20 11 11 10 14 18 22 24 10 14 11 14 17 11,13 14 12
5 19 14 19 30 14 11 20 11 11 10 14 18 21 24 11 14 11 14 17 11,13 14 12
4 16 12 20 28 14 10 25 11 11 10 16 21 22 23 10 11 12 13 15 14,14 14 11

 There are no Y27 haplotypes or all haplotypes are singletons.

 There are no Ymax haplotypes or all haplotypes are singletons.

Discrete-Laplace frequency estimation (Minimal)

Release
R67
Loci included
DYS19, DYS389I, DYS389II*, DYS390, DYS391, DYS392, DYS393
Central haplotypes
11
EM converged
true
EM iterations
20
GLM method
internal_coef
Init method
pam
Threshold frequency
1 in 75,074
Per locus details
DL centers distribution (download PDF)
Table of haplotype centers (click to show/hide)
DYS19 DYS389I DYS389II* DYS390 DYS391 DYS392 DYS393
1 13 13 18 23 10 12 13
2 14 13 16 23 11 14 14
3 14 13 16 23 10 14 13
4 15 13 17 24 10 11 13
5 14 14 16 23 11 14 14
6 14 12 16 22 10 11 13
7 14 12 16 23 10 11 13
8 14 13 16 24 11 13 13
9 14 14 16 24 11 14 14
10 14 14 16 24 10 14 14
11 16 13 17 25 11 11 13

Discrete-Laplace frequency estimation (Y17)

Release
R67
Loci included
DYS19, DYS389I, DYS389II*, DYS390, DYS391, DYS392, DYS393, DYS437, DYS438, DYS439, DYS448, DYS456, DYS458, DYS635, YGATAH4
Central haplotypes
8
EM converged
true
EM iterations
35
GLM method
internal_coef
Init method
pam
Threshold frequency
1 in 13,051,378
Per locus details
DL centers distribution (download PDF)
Table of haplotype centers (click to show/hide)
DYS19 DYS389I DYS389II* DYS390 DYS391 DYS392 DYS393 DYS437 DYS438 DYS439 DYS448 DYS456 DYS458 DYS635 YGATAH4
1 16 13 17 25 10 11 13 14 11 11 20 16 16 23 12
2 15 13 17 25 11 11 13 14 11 10 20 15 15 23 13
3 14 14 16 24 11 14 14 14 10 10 19 14 17 21 12
4 14 13 16 24 11 13 13 15 12 12 19 15 17 23 12
5 14 13 16 23 11 14 14 14 10 10 19 14 17 22 12
6 14 12 16 23 10 11 13 16 10 10 20 14 15 22 11
7 14 12 16 22 10 11 13 16 10 11 20 14 15 21 11
8 13 13 18 23 10 12 13 14 10 10 18 15 16 23 12

* Please note that DYS389I was substracted from DYS389II

Population studies

  • Purps J., Siegert S., Willuweit S., Nagy M., Alves C., Salazar R., Angustia SM., Santos LH., Anslinger K., Bayer B., Ayub Q., Wei W., Xue Y., Tyler-Smith C., Bafalluy MB., Martínez-Jarreta B., Egyed B., Balitzki B., Tschumi S., Ballard D., Court DS., Barrantes X., Bäßler G., Wiest T., Berger B., Niederstätter H., Parson W., Davis C., Budowle B., Burri H., Borer U., Koller C., Carvalho EF., Domingues PM., Chamoun WT., Coble MD., Hill CR., Corach D., Caputo M., D'Amato ME., Davison S., Decorte R., Larmuseau MH., Ottoni C., Rickards O., Lu D., Jiang C., Dobosz T., Jonkisz A., Frank WE., Furac I., Gehrig C., Castella V., Grskovic B., Haas C., Wobst J., Hadzic G., Drobnic K., Honda K., Hou Y., Zhou D., Li Y., Hu S., Chen S., Immel UD., Lessig R., Jakovski Z., Ilievska T., Klann AE., García CC., Knijff D., Kraaijenbrink T., Kondili A., Miniati P., Vouropoulou M., Kovacevic L., Marjanovic D., Lindner I., Mansour I., Al-Azem M., Andari AE., Marino M., Furfuro S., Locarno L., Martín P., Luque GM., Alonso A., Miranda LS., Moreira H., Mizuno N., Iwashima Y., Neto RS., Nogueira TL., Silva R., Nastainczyk-Wulf M., Edelmann J., Kohl M., Nie S., Wang X., Cheng B., Núñez C., Pancorbo MM., Olofsson JK., Morling N., Onofri V., Tagliabracci A., Pamjav H., Volgyi A., Barany G., Pawlowski R., Maciejewska A., Pelotti S., Pepinski W., Abreu-Glowacka M., Phillips C., Cárdenas J., Rey-Gonzalez D., Salas A., Brisighelli F., Capelli C., Toscanini U., Piccinini A., Piglionica M., Baldassarra SL., Ploski R., Konarzewska M., Jastrzebska E., Robino C., Sajantila A., Palo JU., Guevara E., Salvador J., Ungria MC., Rodriguez JJ., Schmidt U., Schlauderer N., Saukko P., Schneider PM., Sirker M., Shin KJ., Oh YN., Skitsa I., Ampati A., Smith TG., Calvit LS., Stenzl V., Capal T., Tillmar A., Nilsson H., Turrina S., Leo D., Verzeletti A., Cortellini V., Wetton JH., Gwynne GM., Jobling MA., Whittle MR., Sumita DR., Wolańska-Nowak P., Yong RY., Krawczak M., Nothnagel M. and Roewer L. (2014), 'A global analysis of Y-chromosomal haplotype diversity for 23 STR loci.', Forensic Sci Int Genet 12:12-23 [PubMed] [DOI]
  • Xu H., Wang CC., Shrestha R., Wang LX., Zhang M., He Y., Kidd JR., Kidd KK., Jin L. and Li H. (2015), 'Inferring population structure and demographic history using Y‐STR data from worldwide populations', Mol Genet Genomics 290(1):141-50 [DOI]
  • Holmlund G., Nilsson H., Karlsson A. and Lindblom B. (2006), 'Y-chromosome STR haplotypes in Sweden.', Forensic Sci Int 160(1):66-79 [PubMed] [DOI]
  • Pakendorf B., Novgorodov IN., Osakovskij VL., Danilova AP., Protod'jakonov AP. and Stoneking M. (2006), 'Investigating the effects of prehistoric migrations in Siberia: genetic variation and the origins of Yakuts.', Hum Genet 120(3):334-53 [PubMed] [DOI]
  • Lessig R. and Edelmann J. (2001), 'Population data of Y-chromosomal STRs in Lithuanian, Latvian and Estonian males.', Forensic Sci Int 120(3):223-5 [PubMed]
  • Pimenoff VN., Comas D., Palo JU., Vershubsky G., Kozlov A. and Sajantila A. (2008), 'Northwest Siberian Khanty and Mansi in the junction of West and East Eurasian gene pools as revealed by uniparental markers.', Eur J Hum Genet 16(10):1254-64 [PubMed] [DOI]
  • Dudás E., Vágó-Zalán A., Vándor A., Saypasheva A., Pomozi P. and Pamjav H. (2019), 'Genetic history of Bashkirian Mari and Southern Mansi ethnic groups in the Ural region', Molecular Genetics and Genomics 294(4):919-30 [DOI]
  • Fehér T., Németh E., Vándor A., Kornienko IV., Csáji LK. and Pamjav H. (2015), 'Y-SNP L1034: limited genetic link between Mansi and Hungarian-speaking populations.', Mol Genet Genomics 290(1):377-86 [PubMed] [DOI]
* See FAQ/Glossary (http://yhrd.org/pages/faq) for further explanations of abbreviated terms used here