Information on the National Database "Romania"

The National Database "Romania" consists of 1,042 haplotypes (at least minimal) which were published in 7 population studies.

Most common haplotypes

Count DYS19 DYS389I DYS389II DYS390 DYS391 DYS392 DYS393 DYS385
40 15 14 30 22 10 11 12 15,17
37 15 14 30 22 10 11 12 15,16
25 14 14 31 23 10 11 12 13,16
21 16 13 31 24 11 11 13 14,15
18 13 13 30 24 10 11 13 16,18
12 15 13 29 25 10 11 13 11,14
10 14 12 28 22 10 11 13 14,14
10 14 13 29 23 10 13 13 11,14
9 15 13 31 24 11 11 13 14,15
8 13 13 30 24 10 11 13 16,19
Count DYS391 DYS389I DYS439 DYS389II DYS438 DYS437 DYS19 DYS392 DYS393 DYS390 DYS385
37 10 14 11 30 9 14 15 11 12 22 15,16
35 10 14 11 30 9 14 15 11 12 22 15,17
23 10 14 11 31 9 14 14 11 12 23 13,16
7 10 14 11 30 9 14 15 11 12 22 15,18
6 10 12 12 28 10 16 14 11 13 22 14,14
6 10 13 10 30 11 14 17 11 13 25 10,14
5 10 13 10 30 11 14 15 11 13 25 11,14
5 10 13 12 30 10 14 13 11 13 24 16,18
5 10 13 12 31 10 14 13 11 13 24 16,18
5 11 12 11 28 10 15 16 11 14 24 13,13
Count DYS456 DYS389I DYS390 DYS389II DYS458 DYS19 DYS385 DYS393 DYS391 DYS439 DYS635 DYS392 YGATAH4 DYS437 DYS438 DYS448
29 15 14 22 30 18 15 15,17 12 10 11 20 11 12 14 9 19
20 15 14 23 31 17 14 13,16 12 10 11 21 11 10 14 9 20
6 14 12 22 28 15 14 14,14 13 10 12 22 11 11 16 10 20
6 15 14 22 30 18 15 15,18 12 10 11 20 11 12 14 9 19
4 15 13 23 30 17 14 14,17 12 10 11 21 11 11 15 9 19
4 16 13 25 32 15 17 11,13 13 11 11 23 11 12 14 11 22
3 15 13 24 31 17 16 14,15 13 11 13 23 11 11 15 10 20
3 16 13 24 29 17 14 11,14 13 11 12 23 13 12 15 12 19
2 13 12 24 28 16 15 13,16 12 10 12 21 11 11 16 9 19
2 14 12 23 29 15 15 13,15 13 10 11 22 11 11 16 10 20

 There are no Y23 haplotypes or all haplotypes are singletons.

 There are no Y27 haplotypes or all haplotypes are singletons.

 There are no Ymax haplotypes or all haplotypes are singletons.

Population studies

  • Egyed B., Füredi S. and Padar Z. (2006), 'Population genetic study in two Transylvanian populations using forensically informative autosomal and Y-chromosomal STR markers.', Forensic Sci Int 164(2-3):257-65 [PubMed] [DOI]
  • Barbarii LE., Rolf B. and Dermengiu D. (2003), 'Y-chromosomal STR haplotypes in a Romanian population sample.', Int J Legal Med 117(5):312-5 [PubMed] [DOI]
  • Beer Z., Csete K. and Varga T. (2004), 'Y-chromosome STR haplotype in Szekely population.', Forensic Sci Int 139(2-3):155-8 [PubMed] [DOI]
  • Bosch E., Calafell F., González-Neira A., Flaiz C., Mateu E., Scheil HG., Huckenbeck W., Efremovska L., Mikerezi I., Xirotiris N., Grasa C., Schmidt H. and Comas D. (2006), 'Paternal and maternal lineages in the Balkans show a homogeneous landscape over linguistic barriers, except for the isolated Aromuns.', Ann Hum Genet 70(Pt 4):459-87 [PubMed] [DOI]
  • Stanciu F., Cuţăr V., Pîrlea S., Stoian V., Stoian IM., Sevastre O. and Popescu OR. (2010), 'Population data for Y-chromosome haplotypes defined by 17 STRs in South-East Romania.', Leg Med (Tokyo) 12(5):259-64 [PubMed] [DOI]
  • Bembea M., Patocs A., Kozma K., Jurca C. and Skrypnyk C. (2011), 'Y-chromosome STR haplotype diversity in three ethnically isolated population from North-Western Romania.', Forensic Sci Int Genet 5(3):e99-100 [PubMed] [DOI]
  • Martínez-Cruz B., Mendizabal I., Harmant C., Pablo D., Ioana M., Angelicheva D., Kouvatsi A., Makukh H., Netea MG., Pamjav H., Zalán A., Tournev I., Marushiakova E., Popov V., Bertranpetit J., Kalaydjieva L., Quintana-Murci L., Comas D. and Genographic-Consortium (2016), 'Origins, admixture and founder lineages in European Roma', Eur J Hum Genet 24(6):937-43 [DOI]
* See FAQ/Glossary (http://yhrd.org/pages/faq) for further explanations of abbreviated terms used here