Single Nucleotide Polymorphism test: Positive for the following SNPs: P25+ M343+ M269+ M207+ M173+;
Haplogroup R1b is the most common haplogroup in European populations. It is believed to have expanded
throughout Europe as humans re-colonized after the last glacial period ended approximately 10-12
thousand years ago. This lineage is also the haplogroup containing the Atlantic modal haplotype.
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individuals R1b-L11 branch The Adams Surname Y-DNA Project compared
the Y-DNA of 15 families that have an oral history of being related to the US
Presidents John Adams (second
president of the United States) and his son John Quincy Adams (6th president).
All the men tested share the same haplotype that falls into the S6849 (aka
FGC2389) subclade, downstream of R1b-S1200. R1b-U106 branch
(Germanic) Larmuseau et al. (2013) tested
the Y-DNA of three living members of the House of Bourbon, one descending from Louis
XIII of France via King Louis Philippe I, and two from Louis XIV via Philip V
of Spain. They concluded that all three men share the same STR haplotype and
belonged to haplogroup R1b-U106 (Z381* subclade). These results
contradict earlier studies by Laluez-Fo et al. (2010), who had analysed the
DNA from a handkerchief dipped in the presumptive blood of Louis XVI after his
execution, as well as by Charlier et al. (2012), who tested the DNA of
the severed head which alleged…
Normandie, France.Professor Emeritus at the University of Oslo, Per Holck, (T. H.) and Andaine Seguin Orlando by DNA lab Centre for Geogenetics at the University of Copenhagen was Monday in Normandy and opened the graves of two of the Viking leader Rollo of Normandy their descendants..Photo. Vegard Strømsodd/Explico / NTB scanpix POSTED BY: TOR INGAR OESTERUD2. MARCH 2016
Norwegian researchers have finally got to open the tomb of the Viking leader Rollo’s descendants. They will find out whether Rollo was the same Rollo as Rollo from Møre. In that case the British royal family originated from Norway.
A Norwegian-led delegation was in Normandy on Monday and opened the sarcophagus of two of Rollo’s descendants. The aim is to put an end to a centuries-long debate: Was Rollo Danish or Norwegian? – We have been working to get this investigated in about seven years, so to finally get collected material to test DNA was huge historian an…
Date:February 16, 2017Source:Saarland UniversitySummary:Biomarkers are biological attributes that can give doctors or researchers clues about the health status or illnesses of a patient. Scientists are placing great hope in a new type of biomarker, so-called microRNAs. These short ribonucleic acid molecules are notable for their very high level of stability. Researchers have now established that such microRNAs can remain stable even after 5,300 years.
Researchers found short ribonucleic acid molecules (microRNA) even in mummies like Oetzi. Credit: Andreas Keller, Saarland University
They have found the molecules in the well-known glacier mummy "Ötzi." A number of facts have been scientifically proven about the glacier mummy, known as "the Iceman" or "Ötzi," found in the Ötztal Alps (South Tyrol) in 1991. Through imaging techniques, we know about degeneration in his lumbar spine and a fatal arrow wound in his left shoulder. DNA analyses showed that Ötzi was…
Irish DNA originated in Middle East and eastern Europe
Genome analysis shows mass migration of Stone Age farmers from Fertile Crescent and Bronze Age settlers from eastern Europe was foundation of Celtic population
Excavated near Belfast in 1855, the bones of this farmer had lain in a Neolithic tomb chamber for 5,000 years. Her DNA has now been sequenced. Photograph: Daniel Bradley, Trinity College Dublin View more sharing options This article is 1 year old