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Post from CAUCASIAN to 05.07.2010 22:07:00

I made deep clade test :
J2a* - Cluster 1c, Svanian
J2a*--User ID 3UJ75
L24- L25- L26- L27- M172+ M289- M340- M410+ M67- M92- P279-

Post from iGENEA to 29.06.2010 09:06:22

The * usually indicates that somebody belongs to this haplogroup and has been tested negative for all known subgroups of it.

All members of J2a who have not yet been tested for the subgroups are called J2a without *

Roman C. Scholz

Post from CAUCASIAN to 25.06.2010 11:06:57

what is the meaning of this symbol --*
like i know people of j2a* group entered in Caucasus 11,200 years ago it was the first group and after them entered R1B nad R1A groups.

Post from iGENEA to 25.06.2010 08:06:38

Hi Caucasian,

J2a most likely originated in northern mesopotamia and spread from there to europe and even to India. Therefore it can be found within many tribes of the middle east and surrounding regions.
Your origins analysis shows from which of these regions your ancestors came.

Roman C. Scholz

Post from CAUCASIAN to 23.06.2010 14:06:36

I recieved this results:
L24- L25- L26- L27- M172+ M289- M340- M410+ M67- M92- P279-

i have j2a*
what u can say about j2a*?

Post from iGENEA to 22.06.2010 09:06:04

We alwas try to investigate where haplogroups originated, how old they are and where they can be found today, but i guess we have to wait for further studies about J-M68 to tell more about this group.

Roman C. Scholz

Post from K. A. Cherian to 22.06.2010 06:06:14

Hi Roman C. Scholz,
Semino also briefly mentions about J-M68:
But it is still not clear what the ethnic/ancestral origins of the J-M68 cases are, and any genetic connections between the J-M68 cases reported so far.
Look forward to receiving any reliable further information in this regard.

Post from iGENEA to 18.06.2010 08:06:26

Hi K. A. Cherian

this very rare group is mentioned here:

and also in this study:

If i find further information i will post it here.

Roman C. Scholz

Post from K.A. Cherian to 17.06.2010 08:06:18

Hi Roman C. Scholz,
Thanks for the reply regarding J-M68 (J2a4c).
Regarding the cases you mentioned that were found in Iraq, India and Central Asia, how/where can I find more information about these J-M68 cases? What are their ethnic/ancestral origins?

Post from iGENEA to 16.06.2010 15:06:04

Hi K. A. Cherian

J-M68 is also called J2a4c and is a subgroup of J2.
It has been found in Iraq, India and Central Asia there i guess it is a eastern branch of J2a4, but both of these haplogroups are very rare and we do not know much about them yet.

Roman C. Scholz

Post from K. A. Cherian to 15.06.2010 07:06:26

I would appreciate your expert views on the origins of J2 M68 haplogroup.

Post from CAUCASIAN to 02.02.2010 00:02:06

i know that our ancestors of chechens,ingushs and my people was Hurrians

Post from iGENEA to 27.01.2010 07:01:02

Dear Caucasian,

the haplogroup J2 is about 18.000 years old and probably originated in northern Mesopotamia.
Therefore it is common in that area but also in the Caucasus, Southern and Southeast Europe and with a lower freuqncy in Northern Africa and Western Asia.
It was brought to Europe by neolithic and later migrations from the Middle/Near East.

Members of that group can join this project:

There you can also find further informations.

Roman C. Scholz

Post from CAUCASIAN to 25.01.2010 17:01:42

Can anybody explain meaning of J2*?