Information on the National Database "Peru"

The National Database "Peru" consists of 775 haplotypes (at least minimal) which were published in 5 population studies and were additionally submitted via personal communication (3 submissions) .

Most common haplotypes

Count DYS19 DYS389I DYS389II DYS390 DYS391 DYS392 DYS393 DYS385
17 14 13 29 24 11 13 13 11,14
14 13 14 31 23 10 16 14 15,19
12 13 14 31 23 10 16 14 15,18
10 13 13 29 23 10 14 13 14,16
9 13 13 29 23 10 14 13 14,17
9 13 13 30 24 10 14 13 14,14
9 13 14 31 25 11 14 13 14,17
9 14 13 29 23 11 14 13 14,17
9 14 13 30 24 10 14 13 16,17
7 14 13 31 23 10 14 13 14,17
Count DYS391 DYS389I DYS439 DYS389II DYS438 DYS437 DYS19 DYS392 DYS393 DYS390 DYS385
12 11 13 12 29 12 15 14 13 13 24 11,14
9 10 14 13 31 11 14 13 16 14 23 15,19
9 11 13 12 29 9 14 14 14 13 23 14,17
8 10 13 12 29 11 14 13 14 13 23 14,17
8 10 13 13 30 11 14 14 14 13 24 16,17
8 10 14 13 31 11 14 13 16 14 23 15,18
8 11 14 12 31 11 14 13 14 13 25 14,17
6 10 13 12 29 12 14 13 14 13 23 14,16
5 10 13 12 30 12 14 13 14 13 25 14,16
5 10 13 13 30 11 14 13 14 13 24 14,14
Count DYS456 DYS389I DYS390 DYS389II DYS458 DYS19 DYS385 DYS393 DYS391 DYS439 DYS635 DYS392 YGATAH4 DYS437 DYS438 DYS448
9 16 13 23 29 15 14 14,17 13 11 12 22 14 12 14 9 20
7 14 14 25 31 15 13 14,17 13 11 12 22 14 12 14 11 20
6 15 13 24 29 15 14 11,14 13 11 12 23 13 12 15 12 19
6 15 13 24 30 15 14 16,17 13 10 13 22 14 12 14 11 20
6 16 13 23 29 15 13 14,17 13 10 12 22 14 12 14 11 20
5 15 13 25 30 16 13 14,16 13 10 12 22 14 12 14 12 19
5 15 14 23 31 16 13 14,18 13 10 12 22 14 12 14 11 20
4 15 13 23 31 18 14 14,17 13 10 11 22 14 11 14 11 20
4 15 14 23 31 16 13 15,18 14 10 13 22 16 12 14 11 20
4 15 14 23 31 16 13 15,19 14 10 13 22 16 12 14 11 20
Count DYS576 DYS389I DYS448 DYS389II DYS19 DYS391 DYS481 DYS549 DYS533 DYS438 DYS437 DYS570 DYS635 DYS390 DYS439 DYS392 DYS643 DYS393 DYS458 DYS385 DYS456 YGATAH4
7 18 13 20 29 14 11 24 13 11 9 14 17 22 23 12 14 10 13 15 14,17 16 12
5 17 13 20 30 14 10 25 13 12 11 14 19 22 24 13 14 10 13 15 16,17 15 12
4 18 13 19 29 14 11 22 13 14 12 15 17 23 24 12 13 10 13 15 11,14 15 12
3 16 13 19 30 15 10 22 14 12 9 14 18 21 23 11 13 10 13 18 14,15 15 11
3 17 13 20 29 13 10 21 12 12 10 14 18 21 23 12 11 13 13 15 16,16 17 11
3 18 13 19 30 13 10 23 12 11 12 14 19 22 25 12 14 10 13 16 14,16 15 12
3 18 14 20 30 14 10 22 13 10 9 15 15 24 23 13 11 10 12 16 14,18 16 10
3 19 13 20 29 14 10 23 13 11 12 15 17 23 25 13 13 10 13 19 12,14 15 12
3 20 13 20 30 15 10 25 12 13 11 14 17 22 23 12 14 10 13 18 15,18 16 11
2 15 13 21 29 15 10 21 12 9 10 16 18 20 22 11 11 13 14 17 14,14 15 12
Count DYS576 DYS389I DYS635 DYS389II DYS627 DYS460 DYS458 DYS19 YGATAH4 DYS448 DYS391 DYS456 DYS390 DYS438 DYS392 DYS518 DYS570 DYS437 DYS385 DYS449 DYS393 DYS439 DYS481 DYF387S1 DYS533
6 19 14 22 31 20 10 15 13 12 20 11 14 25 11 14 38 18 14 14,17 30 13 12 23 36,36 11
3 17 13 22 31 19 11 16 13 12 20 10 16 23 12 14 38 16 14 14,17 27 13 11 24 37,39 12
3 19 14 22 31 21 10 16 13 12 20 10 15 23 11 14 39 18 14 14,18 31 13 12 24 36,37 11
2 15 14 22 31 22 10 16 13 12 19 10 15 23 10 14 37 17 14 13,17 27 15 13 24 34,38 14
2 15 14 22 31 22 10 17 13 11 19 11 17 23 10 14 37 17 14 13,17 28 14 12 25 34,35,39 12
2 15 14 22 31 22 10 17 13 11 19 11 17 23 10 14 37 17 14 13,17 28 14 12 25 34,36,39 12
2 19 13 24 29 21 10 15 14 10 20 10 15 23 10 15 39 14 16 17,18 30 12 11 24 37,39 12
2 19 14 22 31 21 11 16 13 12 20 10 15 23 11 14 39 18 14 14,18 31 13 12 24 36,37 11

 There are no Ymax haplotypes or all haplotypes are singletons.

Population studies

  • Iannacone GC., Tito RY., Lopez PW., Medina ME. and Lizarraga B. (2005), 'Y-chromosomal haplotypes for the PowerPlex Y for twelve STRs in a Peruvian population sample.', J Forensic Sci 50(1):239-42 [PubMed]
  • Roewer L., Nothnagel M., Gusmão L., Gomes V., González M., Corach D., Sala A., Alechine E., Palha T., Santos N., Ribeiro-Dos-Santos A., Geppert M., Willuweit S., Nagy M., Zweynert S., Baeta M., Núñez C., Martínez-Jarreta B., González-Andrade F., De F., Silva D., Builes JJ., Turbón D., Parra L., Arroyo-Pardo E., Toscanini U., Borjas L., Barletta C., Ewart E., Santos S. and Krawczak M. (2013), 'Continent-wide decoupling of Y-chromosomal genetic variation from language and geography in native South Americans.', PLoS Genet 9(4):e1003460 [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]
  • Guevara EK., Palo JU., Guillén S. and Sajantila A. (2016), 'MtDNA and Y-chromosomal diversity in the Chachapoya, a population from the northeast Peruvian Andes-Amazon divide', Am J Hum Biol. 28(6):857-67 [DOI]
  • Neyra-Rivera CD., Arenas T., Ramos D., Reinoso V., Rey C. and Budowle B. (2021), 'Population data of 27 Y-chromosome STRS in Aymara population from Peru', Australian Journal of Forensic Sciences Epub ahead of print:In press [DOI]

Personal communications

YA005058, YA005583, YA005891
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