Information on the National Database "Papua New Guinea"

The National Database "Papua New Guinea" consists of 125 haplotypes (at least minimal) and 4 unique population samples.

Most common haplotypes

Count DYS19 DYS389I DYS389II DYS390 DYS391 DYS392 DYS393 DYS385
5 15 13 29 26 11 13 13 13,16
4 16 13 29 25 10 13 13 13,14
3 15 12 28 24 10 13 13 12,16
3 15 13 30 20 9 11 14 13,17
3 16 13 31 24 10 14 13 15,15
2 13 14 31 24 11 14 14 12,12
2 14 13 29 22 10 13 13 12,12
2 14 13 29 22 11 13 13 12,12
2 15 10 28 23 10 14 13 13,14,15
2 15 12 28 22 10 13 14 12,16

 There are no PowerPlex Y haplotypes or all haplotypes are singletons.

 There are no Yfiler haplotypes or all haplotypes are singletons.

 There are no PowerPlex Y23 haplotypes or all haplotypes are singletons.

 There are no Yfiler Plus haplotypes or all haplotypes are singletons.

 There are no Maximal haplotypes or all haplotypes are singletons.

Population samples

Population Sample Minimal PowerPlex Y Yfiler PowerPlex Y23 Yfiler Plus Maximal
Northern Coastal, Papua New Guinea [Melanesian] 25 Haplotypes 0 Haplotypes 0 Haplotypes 0 Haplotypes 0 Haplotypes 0 Haplotypes
Southern Coastal, Papua New Guinea [Roro] 11 Haplotypes 0 Haplotypes 0 Haplotypes 0 Haplotypes 0 Haplotypes 0 Haplotypes
Highland, Papua New Guinea [Eipo] 29 Haplotypes 0 Haplotypes 0 Haplotypes 0 Haplotypes 0 Haplotypes 0 Haplotypes
Trobriand Islands, Papua New Guinea [Trobriands] 60 Haplotypes 0 Haplotypes 0 Haplotypes 0 Haplotypes 0 Haplotypes 0 Haplotypes
(Overall) 125 Haplotypes 0 Haplotypes 0 Haplotypes 0 Haplotypes 0 Haplotypes 0 Haplotypes
* See FAQ/Glossary (http://yhrd.org/pages/faq) for further explanations of abbreviated terms used here